All organisations talk about Motivation but in practice focus heavily on ability and competence.

A person's ability to do the job is only part of the above equation - non-optimised performance is often an issue of motivation not ability.

The Work Interests Schedule (WIS) is a deceptively simple, yet effective tool which measures motivation. Use it anywhere where it is important to put the right people into the right roles.

Download a sample WIS profile

  • Devised by John Hunt (Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School)
  • Significant data from over 60 countries
  • Comparative data bank of over 50,000 people
  • Used globally for: talent management, career counselling, selection and recruitment, model and launch for leadership and management development initiatives, job design, planning reward systems
  • Adaptable to all levels from CEO to process workers

The major challenge of the 21st century will be how to release the brainpower of their organisations.

Warren Bennis