Is your team a happy one?
Do you know which members of your team might be looking for work right now? Would it help you if you did?
We work with companies who want to engage, develop, and retain their staff. Because losing and replacing them is an expensive, stressful, and time-consuming experience.
We provide individual management reports for placed candidates, based on their behavioural assessments.
We use the Motivational Maps tool to measure how motivated a particular person is, and which areas of motivation need attention.
Recruiters don't usually encourage their clients to keep hold of their staff. So why do we?
We do this because we prefer our clients to have stable, happy teams. If you manage your people well, word gets around. Your business is likely to become more successful as a result, and it will become easier to attract the best people to work for you. Which, in turn, helps us.
It's a virtuous circle.
How not to lose staff
Think about this:
These figures (Gallup) indicate that most people are not motivated in their current role. Does this apply to your business? Do you even know?
The Motivational Maps tool helps you identify who is happy and who is not - and you will then be able to formulate a plan for improving individual and team morale.
The end result of improving motivation and morale is lower staff turnover (and cost) and higher productivity (and profits). We've seen it happen and we know it works. This is why we do it for all our placed candidates after they have been in place for a few months.
If recruiting staff is important, then so is keeping them! Most companies do not have a proactive review system in place and are surprised when a key member of staff hands in their notice. Think how much difference it would make to your business if you knew exactly how motivated each of your team members was. That's what the Motivational Maps tool can do.
We generally use Motivational Maps after the successful candidate has been in place for a few months, to see how they are really getting on. It's also very useful as a management tool for your existing staff. We use it here at Blues Point a lot!
The Motivational Maps tool automatically analyses responses and generates clear and easy to understand reports that reveal each person's key motivators, and their level of motivation. Each report provides actionable advice on how to increase motivation where it matters.
95% of Maps users said their Motivational Map® accurately described their personal motivators, and 97% found the information in their personalised report useful.
In only about 15 minutes on-line the individual can complete the diagnostic and receive a full 15 page report on what motivates them and how motivated they are. The report is not only practical but also extremely revealing: most individuals have little idea about what truly motivates them.
The Motivational Map report contains at least 9 reward strategy ideas to help to motivate individuals further. This tool unlocks for them, and for others if they choose to share, the key to high performance. It is ideal for individual, career and leadership development.
The more motivation we have, the more energy; so this tool not only boosts our self-esteem but increases our capability to perform at a higher level.
Use this for:
- Coaching and managing staff
- Performance appraisals and rewarding individuals
- Recruitment and retention of staff
Benefits and Outcomes:
- Enhanced self-awareness, to increased motivation and performance
- Improved engagement and productivity
- Better career and recruitment choices and selections
Click here for an example report.
Contact us for a free trial (for qualifying hiring managers).
Testimonials – motivational assessments
We’ve been using Blues Point’s behavioural and motivational assessments for a few months now, and already I notice the difference. We have a more structured … Read More
Blues Point are very good at understanding our business, our projects, our vacancy requirements, and our culture. I have been consistently impressed with their professionalism, … Read More