Deep Motivations, Not Competencies, Drive Leadership Performance
The Empowered Buisness
JULY 14, 2015
Orientation toward innovation and creativity. For example, A successful CFO is likely to have such MAPs (Motivation and Attitudinal patterns) as — strong motivation toward procedures over options; a preference for solving problems over focus on goals; and a high past time orientation that drives focus on traditions, past experience and benchmarks. Power. In the context of MAPs assessment, the Power pattern reflects to what extent a leader wants to be in charge.