Knowing and understanding your own drives is critical to your personal development. Understanding others' drives provides leads for improving your team and organization. Drives determine what and why people do what they do.
For team leaders and managers who want to apply drives to their teams. A program with examples of common situations within teams and how drives play a role there. Complete with tools for the manager to manage with drives.
For anyone who wants to learn more about drives - what are drives, what can you do with them and what do yours look like. Drives affect everything you do together and with others. Learn what your own drives are and their impact in different situations.
Drives are not a goal in themselves, drives are a vehicle to get something done; such as more effective collaboration, a better match or more results. By using drives, you can create an approach tailored to the person or group, which will get things done faster and thus get more out of them. By communicating your message in matching drive colors, it is better understood and the click is greater.