Driving Forces Assessment
It’s a self-reflecting assessment that reveals our attitudes and driving forces, which can provide a basis for uncovering and better understanding our values.
The driving Force assessments are often used in conjunction with DISC assessments. The Combination Assessment is a combination of the DISC MD (which shows your behavioural style) and the Driving Forces assessments (which shows your inner motivation). The report shows DISC MD and Driving Forces separately, as well as what the combination of Behaviour and Motivation means for your personality.
The Driving Forces assessment is based on Dr. Spranger’s philosophy. According to Spranger, a person’s choice of any particular action is driven by his or her two strongest attitudes. Ensize has expanded on Eduard Spranger’s ideas about attitudes: Specifically, Ensize has divided one of the attitudes into two and adapted their names and content to more contemporary formats.
Specific area of use:
— For personal development and employee’s development.
— Support for selection processes.
— A basis for the design of individual reward systems.
— For feedback, it may be valuable to identify the strongest and the weakest of the driving forces.
— Includes 6 questions per motivational category, a total of 42 questions.
— Consists of a ranking (ordinal) scale where the individual ranks their four strongest driving forces.
— The assessment is self-evaluating.
— Describes the 7 driving forces and what is characteristic of each driving force.
— A highly accurate report that describes the intensity of a person’s driving forces measured from 0% to 100%.
— The Driving Forces graph gives a graphical overview of the personal values for the 7 driving forces.