Recognize what your personal motives are …
… and gain insight into your actions
The world and with it organizations around you are changing rapidly. That requires adaptability. How do you stay sharp, up-to-date and involved? Employers and work demand a lot from you in our current 24-hour economy. You have to be decisive, accessible and flexible.
Why did you actually choose a certain profession? What tasks do you do now and how do you feel about this? Based on which views do you make your choices? Through which glasses do you look at your tasks, at your collaborations and working environment? What drives you deeply?
A moment may come in a phase of your career that you no longer have this sharpness. The umpteenth reorganization, merger or change of the umpteenth supervisor can be a reason to take a closer look at your personal motives.
An individual Profile Dynamics® Assessment (PDA) puts you back on course
A PDA gives you insight into your personal motives and shows how they affect your team and organization. Above all, it gives you practical tools to consciously get started and choose work and an organization that gives you energy.
PDA provides insight into the underlying value systems (or motives) that people use and that largely determine their thinking and behavior. With this, the PDA offers the possibility to make use of the knowledge of your own and other drivers in practice. In short, the PD profile is a key to success to better align the organization and the people who work there and to improve the working atmosphere.