Behavior & Motivator Assessments

The most successful people have a good understanding of themselves and can adapt to their environment.

- Bill J. Bonnstetter

Elevate takes the guesswork out of running your business with the power of science! We use advanced assessment technology to give you a thorough look into why your employees behave the way they do and what motivates them to behave that way! Discover what makes your employees tick with a complete core value & behavioral assessment on each of your employees so you have the tools you need to create a more cohesive working experience for everyone!

Your people are your most valuable resource.

Invest in them! 

Not only are assessments affordable, but their findings are invaluable.

Elevate BDG uses advanced assessment technology to effectively "map" an individual based on their behavioral profile to give you a better understanding of employees. With the use of two powerful assessments, we will help you to understand why your employees make decisions that they make, how they communicate, how they perceive the world, and what they are capable of doing. It's time to take a deeper look into each member of your team to create a cohesive, productive, & motivating culture for all! Each assessment is paired with a 60-minute debrief, with a trained DISC and Motivators professional who will analyze your results and provide you with valuable insight that will help your employees communicate better and work more efficiently as a team.

There is a better way to maximize talent within your business.


Gain insight into your employee’s ideal work environment

Gain an understanding of what an individual brings to the job

Discover your employees preferred method of communication

Reveal the specific talents and behaviors an individual brings to the job

Identify an individuals natural and adapted style of dealing with problems, people, paces and procedures

Help employees communicate clearly with other employees or with clients

TWO powerful assessments, ONE dynamic result.


DISC is an extremely valuable tool, but it’s not the only tool you need to understand human dynamics. When we only use a single-dimensional assessment, we only have one perspective to understand people. By combining the DISC profile with the Motivators assessment, we can suddenly understand WHY a person moves into action and HOW they will attempt to satisfy these motivators. With this combined information, we can start to understand why two people with the same motivators will go about something in a very different manner. For example, a person with a strong "Social" motivator with a high "D" behavioral style will likely want to help others but will do so in a direct and forceful way, while a person with the same strong "Social" motivator and a high "S" behavioral style will likely help others by being patient, supportive and sharing. With a multi-science approach, we have a more complete understanding of an individual and we can develop plans to help them be more effective - personally and professionally.

DISC is the universal language of observable behavior that measures a person’s action preferences, revealing how an individual will behave.


What is DISC? DISC explains “how” we prefer to act and communicate. DISC is built around four unique behavioral styles (Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Compliance) and creates a “behavioral makeup” unique to every individual. This behavioral assessment explains how the unique qualities of each individual impact the way we approach people, tasks and the entirety of our daily lives. It explains HOW a person does WHAT they do. To fully understand DISC, it’s important to understand how the four individual components work together to create the whole. While a typical person may have one or two dominant characteristics, it’s the combination of the four components of DISC that defines a person’s behavior. Learn more about DISC in this downloadable e-book.

The most powerful motivation comes from within — from our core values which can all be traced back to half a dozen primary "motivators".


What is the Motivators profile? A motivator (or value) is a cluster of beliefs with a similar underlying pattern or idea that we believe to be fundamentally important. Our primary motivators help determine what gives us joy, happiness, energy and purpose — at work and in life. Our strongest motivators provide us with a continuous source of motivation to seek out their fulfillment. They are also the source of dissatisfaction when they are violated or ignored. When it comes to business partnerships, just as it does with dating and falling in love, people can overcome basic behavioral (DISC) differences, but values are the thing that will make or break a relationship.

 

The Elevate difference. 

Not all assessments are created equal. Using assessments that are not backed by research and validation can negatively impact you or be plain inaccurate. Many of the major sellers of DISC around the world only offer one product — DISC. This approach is limiting. It is critical to examine multiple angles and dimensions of human performance to understand what motivates their behaviors. While many quizzes and tests in the marketplace measure personality and can be more whimsical in nature, quality assessment providers go deeper by unveiling who we are as people and how others perceive us. Elevate’s assessment technology provided by TTI Success Insights was selected among the Training Industry Top 20 Assessment & Evaluation Companies for 2018 & 2019 and is designed to help you actually understand the unique working styles and personalities of your team members to ensure their productivity. 

 


DISC or Myers-Briggs...What is the difference?

The DISC model is compatible or similar with the MBTI profile, as they both emphasize psychological or personality type, or that core (superior) drive which is most predictive of our actions in a variety of situations over time, and those other types of directed energy which are less so (inferior) to us. Both use a four behavioral dimension of our self apart from our value systems. However, DISC is more of a behavioral model assessing how a person behaves and is observable behavior, while the MBTI is more directly related to personality types.  Learn More about the difference between the two here!