Enhance your leadership by understanding drives


More and more organisations seem to struggle with getting into action. The ‘drive’ is lacking. The ‘spirit’ is missing. Work is carried out with less and less inspiration.

The employees are aware of the goals, but do not take them to heart. The methods available to change this no longer lead to the desired result. Actions are taken, but with little direction. Sensitive leaders are aware of this and seek out new ways to reach people.

Hard and soft factors

In the Management Drives philosophy, the domain of leadership is simultaneously hard and soft. Studies show that 80% of the success of teams and organisations is determined by ‘soft’ factors. Management Drives makes these factors measurable. Modern management literature often talks about emotional intelligence and its importance, but without providing a concrete solution. The Management Drives method renders the deeper-lying factors of an individual’s behaviour transparent in a unique way. The results are presented in a manner that allows for management based on the fi ndings. In a seemingly simple way, people are able to recognise mutual differences and are given tools to bridge those differences. Ultimately, the entire organisation begins to speak a clear new language, in which the individuals confront one another regarding matters that were previously under- or undiscussed.

The new leadership

In our vision, lasting change is only possible when it takes place based on the strengths of individuals. This means revealing the inside since, after all, this is what ultimately determines our behaviour. By providing people with insight into their own drives and behaviour and those of others, we can position people in their strengths. The insights we provide usually form the foundation for the development of personal effectiveness and the performance of teams and organisations. This is what new leadership is all about: leading an organisation based on the strengths of its people. Management Drives shows you what drives people and where they derive their energy. Have people do what gives them energy. This is not only good for the individual, but also for the organisation.

Management Drives, mastering leadership

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