Employee performance in IT, HR, and R&D isn’t as easily measured as in other departments, such as sales or production, in which quotas are used. Unless quality and progress of work criteria are clearly defined, measuring employee performance can become vulnerable to personal biases, false impressions, and subjective opinions. This white paper highlights why successful implementation of relevant employee performance metrics is crucial to a company’s success.
Want to hire right, the first time and every time? Our latest hiring blook tells you how.
We’ve compiled a wide variety of pragmatic blog articles and tips guaranteed to help you find, develop and retain superstar employees. The blook delves into common and effective hiring trends, as well as how assessments can impact your organization.
With so much pressure to operate at peak performance in today’s corporate environment, corporate assessments are being used more and more to avoid hiring the wrong candidates. Corporate assessments help evaluate a candidate’s likely success in a particular job. They determine how well a person’s skills and abilities will fit a given position.
But some companies are getting sidetracked. They’re letting technological innovation get in the way of creating precise, accurate, reliable and valid assessments. The push for more innovative applications is pushing the science into the background.
Why is this such a cause for concern? What’s the best approach for companies wanting to use the most successful assessment tools?
Dr. Kurt Hulett’s white paper provides an in-depth discussion on technology and its impact on corporate assessments. The document covers topics including market dynamics, the confluence of large and small companies, the four primary approaches large companies use to innovate, criteria for successful assessment companies, how to ensure technology does not compromise product innovation, and much more.
Dr. Kurt Hulett compares and contrasts the ProfileXT® with the normative version of SHL’s OPQ32n Occupational Personality Questionnaire, the most widely used of SHL’s assessments. Hulett takes a look at the two products from the vantage points of validity, reliability, cost, and data generated.
Leadership guru John Maxwell famously said that “everything rises and falls on leadership.” No other factor has the potential to sink or soar your business this year than the level of leadership taught, caught, and displayed by you and your C-suite team.
Our Leadership Blook is a collection of the most timely and relevant articles on leadership that have appeared on our Profiles blog in the past year. Reading the Blook guarantees that you will learn something you can use daily in your business to elevate yourself or your other leaders, something that will cause your business to rise to the next level. The Leadership Blook features articles from Joie de Vivre Hotels founder and CEO Chip Conley, and Winick Enterprises CEO and thought leader Peter Winick.
We know sales people are extremely busy out there selling everyday.. but do you need a competitive advantage over the rest this year? Check out our new Sales Blook! No, that’s not a typo… Sales Blook. This collection of articles from our blog includes the hottest sales topics from the past year, and plenty of tips on how to develop your sales skills and start “making bank” for your organization! Read the stories of how Apple implements a fail-proof training guide, how America’s Most Productive Companies deliver stellar customer service, and refresh yourself on the sales management and leadership skills necessary to be successful in today’s world!
Aberdeen's Human Capital Management (HCM) research looks at the key strategies, technologies, and capabilities deployed by Best-in-Class HR and talent management practitioners, and the positive impact of those activities on business performance.
Transitioning from one job to another can be stressful enough, but transitioning to a new career can seem overwhelming. Learn how to overcome the difficulties surrounding self-employment and work through the transition.
To ensure that trainees apply new skills on the job, managers and trainers must enforce these learned skills before, during, and after training. Learn how to prepare, conduct, and maintain a staff training and development program.
The leadership and management training offered by the military creates a great opportunity for many soldiers to consider self-employment. Learn how to overcome the difficulties surrounding self-employment and work through the transition.