Gauging the attitudes and the motivation of a person is not easy. Some are totally unaware of these factors and consequently do not know. Others do not want to share themselves or are incapable of doing so. Radar works around these problems. It allows us in a simple way to map out someone’s attitudes and motivation. Lying is not possible and socially desired answers are excluded.

Radar can be used in an interview but there is also the electronic version (Radar – iWAM) that allows a large group to be assessed in a short time. It gives an extended profile of someone’s attitudes, work and motivation strategies. This instrument can be used for individuals, as well as teams. Even a whole organisation can be analysed. Because the results can be compared one can see the major similarities and differences between individuals, between a leader and his team, between an employee and the business culture, or even between companies.

One cannot of course simply define persons. Each person is unique. This is what the test must reflect. Radar is able to classify people with its 48 cognitive patterns into 16 groups. In addition, each of the 48 parameters is displayed on a representative scale. Radar is therefore able to give precise information about a person.

Radar specifically examines the following aspects:

1) Motivation parameters

  1. Principles and values
  2. Action level
  3. Action direction
  4. Evaluation references
  5. Task behaviour
  6. Need for change

2) Work Organisation parameters

  1. Observation field
  2. Ways of communicating
  3. Reaction to stress
  4. Type of working environment
  5. Type of work assignment
  6. Interest filters

3) Parameters of management, time, stress and self-conviction

  1. Work approach
  2. Time orientation
  3. Motivation style McClelland
  4. Attitude towards rules and regulations