In today's tight labor market, it is more crucial than ever to hire stronger talent and develop more effectively.
Competency-based assessment tools apply innovative human resource technology, experience and industry-leading predictive models to help organizations reduce costs and achieve strategic goals.
Simplify, identify and hire candidates who best fit in a high-performer profile.
Assist your leaders and employees to achieve their highest potential - create your "Dream Team".
Target high potential employees for development and promotion opportunities.
Discover learning gaps and target individual needs to help new hires get on their feet.
Clarify the team's strengths and opportunities: examine how team members and leaders interact.
Understand why employees voluntarily choose to leave your organization.
In today's job market, the best candidates are able to demonstrate the right behaviors AND competencies to get the job done.
Yet, many employers have relied upon behavioral based interviews and sometimes behavioral assessments. While this is good, the process falls short of helping the employer understands whether the candidate has the right competencies to perform the job duties.
Behavioral assessments typically analyze the drivers that indicate how an individual may respond under circumstances like pressure, change, uncertainty and authority.
Competency based assessments examine an individual's skills and abilities and compares those to the skills and abilities required to succeed in a role.
Assessing both can provide employers with a more complete view of the candidate in terms of what drives them and how well they are suited for a given role.
Be sure to download the assessment comparison chart to evaluate what each assessment is designed to evaluate in a candidate.
If you find yourself wondering how assessments can change the quality of hires for your business, let's schedule some time to talk about it.
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To ensure that any curriculum or program developed has the highest chance for success, early in the analysis phase we benchmark your team, using our field-tested tools (Extended DISC, Devine Inventory) to identify individual sales or management habits and communication styles.
We also use the Sandler Team Assessment tool for identifying and quantifying the gap between the expectations of team members and any level of management. This information provides the vital “roadmap” to construct a training program that is truly focused on the participant’s needs.