The Why Behind Your Behavior & Actions
What is it that motivates you to take action? What is the source of your desire to become involved in certain activities—or to avoid them? Why do you behave in the manner you do? The answers lie deep within your unique set of personal interests, attitudes and values. These powerful motivating forces largely affect why you behave, and identifying them is important to understanding what makes you effective, satisfied and personally successful.
In 1928, Eduard Spranger wrote a book entitled “Types ofMen.” He identified six major attitudes or world-views. These attitudes are a type of window through which we view the world and seek fulfillment in our lives. If we are participating in a discussion, activity or career that is in alignment with our attitudes, we will value the experience. Conversely, if it is in conflict with our dominant attitudes, we will be indifferent or negative toward the experience, which can cause stress.
The Six Attitudes
The Personal Interests, Attitudes and Values™ assessment measures your responses in each of the six attitudes. The computerized report shows each of the six attitudes compared to a recently validated national average. You are provided with information on the WHY of your actions which, with application, can positively impact your life.
“Valuing” Your Life & Others
Once you are aware of the dominant attitudes contributing passion and purpose to your life, you will be able to clarify what drives your actions, as well as what causes conflict. For example, if you are currently questioning whether you are in the right career, knowing your attitudes will help you decide. In addition, applying an understanding of attitudes to your relationships with others will
Results & Benefits
The knowledge you gain from the Personal Interests, Attitudes and Values report will help you take control of your decisions, your life’s direction and your appreciation of others. You will: