The Meta-Programs correspondence in HR tools

This is a table of correspondence of the meta-programs.

This is the fundament for my dissertation papers for obtaining a master’s degree in career consulting and managerial communication and human resources. It is also the only correspondence table available ANYWHERE online on metaprograms. You are looking at a specialized evaluation.

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Theoretical original source

The metaprogram

(Hall & Bodenhamer)

LAB Profile

(Shelle Rose Charvet)

Extended

LAB Profile

(Marcus Victor Grant)

Identity Compass (H. Arne Maus)

IWAM

(Patrick Merlevede)

The Motivation Profile

(Jay Arthur)

1

Scope (Ed Klima)

Scale / Chunk Size

Working Scope

Information Size

Information Size

Task Orientation

Focus

2

Jung 1922: Sensing VS Intuition; Florence Kasai, 1990

Epistemological

Information Type

Thinking Style

Work Approach

3

Equivalence range R.W Gardner 1953

Relationship Sort

Decision Factors

Decision Factors

Comparison

Relationship Sorting

Response to Change

4

Equivalence range R.W Gardner 1953

Relationship Sort

Reaction

5

Jung 1922: Judgmental VS Perceptive

Frame of Reference

Motivation Source

Motivation Source /

Frame of Reference

Reference

Evaluation Reference

Motivation Program 2: Internal-External

6

Jung 1922: feeling VS Thinking

Movie Position

Stress response

Distress responses

7

Alfred Korzybski

Convincer Representation

Convincer Channel

Convincer Channel

Convincer Channel

Input representation

8

Building a complex equivalence as a function of Frequency, tempo, duration(NLP)

Convincer Demonstration:

Convincer Strategy

Convincer Strategy

Convincer Strategy

Interpretation Process

9

Pleasure Principle (Freud)

Direction Sort

Motivation Direction

Motivation Direction

Direction

Action Direction

Motivation Program 1: Toward-Away From

10

Transactional ana­ly­sis (Berne 1962, 1972)

Operational Style

Motivation Reason

Motivation Reason

Planning Style

Task Attitude

Motivation Program 1: Options- Procedures

11

Transactional ana­ly­sis (Berne 1962, 1972)

Modus Operandi

Motivation Reason

Modal Operator

12

Separates by Person, Place, Time, Action, and Activity (DOTAR 1980)

Preference Sort

Primary Interest

Interest Filters

Personal Priorities

13

Blake & Mouton

Preference Sort

Working Organization

Work organization

Work Orientation

14

Jung 1922 Extroversion VS introversion

Affiliation and Management Sort

Working Style

Working Style

Working Style

Work Environment Type

15

Individualism VS collectivism: Talcott Parsons 1951

Management

Work Assignment Type

16

Universalism – particularism Talcott Parsons 1951

Affiliation and Management Sort

Rule Structure

Rules Structure

Norming

17

Jung 1922 Extroversion VS introversion ;

Universalism – particularism Talcott Parsons 1951

Affiliation and Management Sort

Management Style

18

Jung 1922 Extroversion VS introversion

Attention

Attention Direction

Primary Attention

Communication Sort

19

Proaction-Reaction, Bales 1950

Somatic response Style

Energy Level

Level of Activity

Action Level

Motivation Program 4: Active-Passive

20

Abraham Maslow

Value Sort

Criteria

Surface Criteria

Value Sort

Criteria

Core criteria

Value Sort

Criteria

Threshold values rank 1

Value Sort

Criteria

Threshold values rank 2

Prime Concerns

Prime Concerns Rank 1

Prime Concerns Rank 2

21

Alfred Korzybski

Representational

Sensory Channel

Communication Style

22

Mc Clelland 1953 Motivational Types (power, affiliation, achievement)

Hierarchical Dominant Sort

Motives

McClelland’s Motivational Types: Hierarchical Criteria

23

Kluckhohn & Strodtbeck, 1961

Time Zones

Time Orientation

Temporal Processing

Time Lines

24

Quality of Life

Style of Experience

Initiation Style

Initiation Style

25

Jung 1922: feeling VS Thinking

Information Kind

Information Type

26

William James

Time Experience

Time line

Timeline clarity

Timeline level

Timeline shape: straight/broken

Bibliography:

Grant, Marcus Victor- Filtering distinctions, metaprograms and metatypes, The Metaprograms Experts Group, Published Privately (Restricted access to a community of 30+ experts worldwide), January 2008

Engel, Gregory; Arthur, Jay – The Motivation Profile Guidebook, Lifestar, Denver, Colorado, USA, 2000

Charvet, Shelle Rose – Words That Change Minds, second Edition, Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, Dubuque, Iowa, USA,1997

Charvet, Shelle Rose – Understanding and Triggering Motivation, The Lab Profile. Audiobook Companion to book “Words that Change Minds.”, 1995

Gambardella, Pascal, MetaProgram references and Rosetta Stone, in Perceptual Genius Training, Washington, USA, 2008

Hall, Michael L, Ph.D.; Bodenhamer, Bobby G., D.Min;  Figuring Out People. Reading people using Meta-Programs, second edition, Crown House Publishing, Ltd, Bancyfelin, Carmarthen, Wales, UK, August 2005.
Merlevede, Patrick – Categories within iWAM, 2000 retrieved at13th of June 2011 from http://jobeq.com/categories.php

Howard, Christopher – NLP & Leadership Master Practitioner Audio training, California, 2003

Merlevede, Patrick – Putting NLP Metaprograms Research in context: Studying the scientific validity of NLP, 2000, retrieved at13th of June 2011 from http://www.jobeq.com/articles/NLP_Research.htm

Szekely, Andy – Declanşatorii motivaţiei. LAB Profile, training manual, Editura AS, Bucureşti, 2006

Woodsmall, Wyatt Lee – Metaprograms, Next Step Press, Vienna, Virginia, USA, 1988

Marcus Victor Grant

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