Applications of the iWAM:

Individuals / Teams / Organizations

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Individuals:

> CAREER DEVELOPMENTReveal what types of tasks, responsibilities, and work environment is preferred, and what work approach and work rules attitudes are most dominant for an individual to help design their career path or career changes, and increase their chance for success.

MOTIVATION AND THE "CLOCK" - The “iWAM Clock” reveals how long people are likely to be engaged in a role before boredom or burn-out sets in. It helps individuals formulate strategies for their careers by clarifying the areas of interest to pursue and their need for changes.

PEOPLE MANAGEMENT/SUPERVISING - Identify patterns that are valuable and those that might need improvement in a supervisory/management role. Learn how to coach and manage different individuals effectively – One size does not fit all!

COACHING – The iWAM reports provide guidance not only on what to coach, but also on how to coach for maximum effectiveness. The iWAM Paired Comparison Report helps understand differences between two people and provides a way to resolve conflicts for better performance.

 

Teams:

NEW TEAM FORMATION: DESIGN AND TEAM BUILDING – Identify and design a team and its leader's motivational patterns composition; for faster and more effective team building process provide them feedback at individual and team levels, compare team leader to team members.

TEAM DEVELOPMENT AND TEAM PERFORMANCE - Reveal key motivational factors and attitudes in the team, and coach team leader for more effective leadership of given team. Increase performance of team capitalizing on similarities and diversity present in the team.

 

Organizations: 

EFFICIENT RECRUITING – Using motivational language of high performers triggers key motivational patterns and attracts more high-potential candidates for a role or that match the culture of the organization: saving time, saving money, delivering better results. The iWAM “Model of Excellence”, a profile of motivational patterns of high-performers helps you identify which applicants are more likely to to become high-performers so that you can interview them first. You can also evaluate the fit between a person’s motivations and attitude at work, and an organization’s culture or a role’s requirements.

LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT - Identify key patterns of leadership and its organizational implications. Understand what makes leadership successful and unique to an organization, and use it as input for succession planning.

SUCCESSION PLANNING - iWAM information is a useful input to identify who has good potentials and to identify what makes current successful leaders unique so you can embottle their success and look for similar motivations in their successors.

ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE, CHANGE, AND COMMUNICATION – The iWAM identifies cultural communication patterns to help identify language that will have the greatest impact in organizational communication. Discover dominant attitudes in an organization to help design and implement organizational changes, integration, or internal communication strategies.

EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT and TURNOVER MANAGEMENT – Revealing key motivational patterns helps you keep your high performers engaged and lower performers become high-performers. iWAM helps reduce voluntary and involuntary turnover through understanding what drives performance, engagement, and job satisfaction.

SALES AND MARKETING - Reveal key patterns that makes sales professionals successful as well as how your marketing can be more effective.

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT: PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT – Reveal what triggers peak performance and what gets in the way. Coach for maximum performance by getting a unique and clear insight to what drives people at work and how likely they are to be high performers in a role. Reveal what to train and how to train for maximum effectiveness and efficiency.

 

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