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Benefits turn into emotions and, in turn, these lead to action.
The presentation focuses on how the most prominent criteria a person makes his/her decision to buy a car actually reflects a lot about his/her personality profile.

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New profiling approach for employees

  1. 1. NEW PROFILING APPROACH NEW PROFILING APPROACH for Employees - Ali Anani, PhD -
  2. 2. I humbly dedicate this presentation to Geno Rothe For he contributed so many constructive comments that were of great benefit to me and the readers of my presentations.
  3. 3. Emotions lead to actions Emotions lead to actions
  4. 4. Turn benefits into emotions Turn benefits into emotions
  5. 5. So, benefits Emotions Actions
  6. 6. What emotions drive employees actions? What emotions drive employees actions?
  7. 7. Do we have a tangible system to reveal the emotions of employees that trigger their actions? Do we have a tangible system to reveal the emotions of employees that trigger their actions?
  8. 8. Yes, we do It is how they select their cars
  9. 9. People who buy cars with leather seats drive for luxury, to give one example People who buy cars with leather seats drive for luxury, to give one example
  10. 10. What are the emotional attributes of cars that employees prefer and steer their actions? What are the emotional attributes of cars that employees prefer and steer their actions?
  11. 11. Could this mirror their profiles? Let us explore Could this mirror their profiles? Let us explore
  12. 12. It is fun to drive my car I care to have fun at work
  13. 13. I like my car because it is showy and I may brag about it Employee cares more for material side of work with low attention to spirituality
  14. 14. Rear camera on my car reduces dark spots Employee tends to reduce risk before acting. Employee most likely is transparent
  15. 15. My car is reliable on the road Employee might be trustful. Remember Trust = Reliability * credibility
  16. 16. My car is energy-efficient and doesn’t cause much to fill with fuel Employee may be caring for efficiency at work
  17. 17. My car is great in adverse weather Employee is willing to work under adverse conditions
  18. 18. My car is roomy and spacious for the family Employee cares for other employees and their comfort
  19. 19. My car makes me feel twenty years younger Employee cares to feel his company is not ageing
  20. 20. I like the sporty driving dynamics of my car Employee cares for the flow of work and information
  21. 21. I like the sharp looks of my car The employee might have eagle - like personality
  22. 22. I like the new features of my car The employee might be showy and/or lover of change
  23. 23. My car received good ratings from experts and reviewers A practical employee and cares to consult with other employees
  24. 24. My car has a great reselling value The employee cares for the long interests of his company
  25. 25. I love my old car. I have memories driving it for years. Employee unlikely to change jobs frequently
  26. 26. Do people who get inflated by the fact they have showy cars care to have interest in showy work?
  27. 27. We drive cars that are filled with our passion and these lead to our actions
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Benefits turn into emotions and, in turn, these lead to action. The presentation focuses on how the most prominent criteria a person makes his/her decision to buy a car actually reflects a lot about his/her personality profile.

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