Values & Motives Inventory
Understanding a person’s energies and drives helps identify where they are likely to gain most satisfaction and make the biggest contribution at work. VMI is a normative self-report questionnaire which profiles a person’s motivations to determine the amount of energy and effort they are likely to expend in different activities.
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What VMI Measures
VMI scales have been selected not only for their relevance to the workplace.
The 12 scales are grouped into three areas:
- Interpersonal – values which influence an individual’s approach to relationships with others.
- Intrinsic – values relating to personal beliefs and attitudes which guide an individual’s approach to everyday problems.
- Extrinsic – values which influence behaviour in the workplace.
VMI provides a focussed, reliable and comprehensive assessment of personal values and motives. It can be used on its own or as part of an assessment battery for selection, development, guidance or team-building. It is available in paper and pencil format, or online and offline using the GeneSys platform.
VMI reports are produced in a profile and narrative format, written in a style which makes them ideal to give directly to the respondent. GeneSys reports can combine the VMI with the results of others measures to provide a single integrated report covering personality, interests, values and reasoning abilities.