Recently Aspirin Business were engaged by The Full Potential Group (FPG) in High Wycombe to accredit 9 of their coaches in the Motivational Map tool – including the Managing Director – with a view to using it with their clients across the UK.
Motivational Maps are a tool that identifies core motivators within individuals & teams and determines whether they are being met and are a significant aid in helping, organisations with Career Management, Recruitment and Selection, Talent and Performance Management.
The Accreditation Workshop involved the FPG team learning how to read Individual & Team maps and to give feedback as to how the results can be used to raise motivation levels and thus help improve performance
With hundreds of practitioners across the globe helping individuals & businesses to really understand what motivates their employees & teams, Aspirin Business are one of only five Senior Practitioners in the world, licensed to train & accredit individuals to use the Motivational Map diagnostic within their companies.
Sue Brade-Waring, MD of Aspirin Business observed
“Time after time, I’ve seen & experienced the difference Motivational Maps make in helping individuals and teams understand themselves and each other better. We’re delighted the Maps have been adopted so wholeheartedly by the Full Potential Group because together, we can help more people and more businesses through this transformational tool.”
Motivational Maps were created by Dorset’s James Sale who’s recently published book ‘Mapping Motivation’ features an Aspirin Business case study. Additionally Aspirin have accredited 24 Motivational Map Practitioners as either Internal Motivation Champions or Licensed Practitioners of coaching organisations, recognising the importance of effectively motivating individuals & teams
Carole Gaskill, MD of Full Potential Group was full of praise for the Aspirin accreditation. She said
“Thanks very much for an amazing day – everyone got loads of value. We came away buzzing and excited about making a difference using the maps. You made the learning very clear, easy to understand and apply.”