Values Index Assessment: Introduction

The History and Origin of Values Assessments and Its Benefits.

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Values Assessments
The Origins of Values Index Assessment Theory

A Values assessment goes deeper, and takes a peek at what’s on the inside. It seeks to measure what motivates you to act the way that you do. It helps to answer the questions: ‘What lights your fire?’ and ‘What gets you out of bed in the morning... [Learn More]

The Aesthetic Dimension of Value and Motivation

Someone with a high aesthetic value has a keen appreciation for form, balance, and beauty. They want to see it, touch it, and feel it in every aspect of their life. It’s about artistic appreciation rather than artistic expression…. [Learn More]

The Economic Dimension of Value and Motivation

A high economic drive prompts a person to lean toward efficiency and economy. They are interested in what is useful to help them achieve practical gains. Policies and practices geared towards maximizing productivity could be prominent for this type of individual… [Learn More]

The Individualistic Dimension of Value and Motivation

Highly individualistic people can be seen as self-confident, assertive, and innovative. They have a tendency to prioritize their own needs over the collective interests of the crowd so they can express their unique identity… [Learn More]

The Political Dimension of Value and Motivation

Someone possessing a high political value is interested in the mechanism of governance, and that could mean not only governance of a formal political system but also governance of an organization or social group. Basically these are the people who enjoy being in charge, and that can manifest in a variety of ways… [Learn More]

The Altruistic Dimension of Value and Motivation

Someone possessing a high altruistic value is deeply empathetic and committed to the concerns and welfare of others. They often place the needs and desires of others ahead of their own, sometimes to a fault. It’s possible their overly trusting nature can lead to them being taken advantage of or giving others way too much latitude and way too many chances to succeed… [Learn More]

The Regulatory Dimension of Value and Motivation

Someone possessing a high regulatory drive is characterized by a strong adherence to structure, order, and routine. They have an affinity for rules and regulations and strive to maintain discipline, organization, and control in all areas of their lives… [Learn More]

The Theoretical Dimension of Value and Motivation

Someone with a high theoretical drive may have an inclination toward driving for the truth. They could be considered a constant seeker of facts and information so they can gain a deeper understanding of the data at hand… [Learn More]