What the measurement result looks like
At the top of the graph is a sonar diagram (green sonar image) with the four most prominent elements of the thinking style and the three most prominent Graves motivators.
At the top of the page, on the right-hand side, above the sonar chart, are the personal criteria and their contrasts. This means what the respondent considers important.
Graves’ motivators are shown below the personal criteria (coloured circles on the top right). They are ranked from least influential to most influential.
The bottom half of the page with the diagram (bar graph) shows the results of the mindset parameters . MindSonar® analyses the 13 most relevant metaprogrammes, which can be divided into three main categories (1) motivational metaprogrammes, (2) time metaprogrammes and (3) activity metaprogrammes.
Below the thinking style lines is a graph showing the response times. Red lines indicate extremely long response times and green lines indicate relatively shorter response times than average.