Is your organization utilizing its talent to its fullest potential? If not, begin tapping into your richest resources. They are called “human resources” for a reason! Leverage the resources you have by using a process for prospecting within your departments.
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Uncover your hidden gems
According to an ASTD research study, most organizations focus on talent management for senior executives and high potentials, but this narrow focus thwarts efforts to improve talent. In order to upgrade talent company-wide, employees in all positions should be audited and considered.
Low Cost + High Potential = Mother Lode!
Diamonds in the Rough
Assessment instruments are extremely effective for helping you sift through the tons of application debris to find that two-carat diamond. They will help you identify who has the DNA and the desire to be a future leader in the organization and who does not. You will have better insight into an employee’s long-term value to the company while giving him the chance to develop the skills and experience he needs in order to shine. Do what it takes to give your employees great opportunities and build loyalty in the process.
Utilize Your Human Resources
- Uncover those who have hidden potential
- The ProfileXT®
job matching feature allows you to find people within your organization who have the aptitude for specific jobs. By knowing your people, you can begin developing them for more challenging positions.
- Help them realize their potential
- The ProfileXT®
also has a succession planning report that notes all of the jobs in the organization in which the individual might excel. If you hire, train, and develop with a succession plan in mind, you are more likely to groom the employee to become exactly what your organization needs.
- Build enthusiasm and loyalty for the long haul
- When your employees know that you would like to develop them, they have more incentive to take pride in both their work and their employer.