Thanks to Management Drives, we can train teams from the entire organization top-down and bottom-up and ensure that various cultures ( teams, divisions, departments)are better understood and supported.

We also use this model to accompany change. We take both the hard and the soft side of change as a starting point. There is room for both technical specialists and people managers.


Management Drives assesses the drivers that you use every day to obtain results and the order in which they are important to you. They each have a different color.

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As individuals, but also as a group, we attach more or less importance to each of these drivers. They are assigned a weight, which can differ

  • individually for every employee,
  • at team level,
  • within the organization, around the team.


Creating awareness

  • of your personal view on things and how they are viewed by the team and the organization
  • on how you and your environment talk about situations and exchange ideas
  • on how people try to maintain harmony and consensus

Creating movement

  • Making sure that you see things move every day – within the organization, the team and among the employees.
  • Go for results.


Once we have created awareness and have set the right things in motion, we consolidate the structures that work and  anchor a culture of tackling and persevering. Thus,  we allow the organization to continuously contribute to society inside and outside its walls.


Before we train people and groups, we determine their profiles. This is done both individually and for a team:

  • Logic: what drives you when you are just working, without special pressure? Which culture prevails? For some, 2 or 3 drives are very strongly present, others have a profile with 4, 5 or 6 drives in a specific order, that can differ from one individual to another.
  • Rejection: What do you dislike in your normal logic of motivation?
  • What gives you energy and what drains your energy?
  • Mindset: Does the order of your motives change under pressure, and therefore also your behavior?

Find out more

2a29713Contact Veerle Van Dyck: +32 477 23 19 64,


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