It’s called succession planning: the process for identifying and developing the people within an organization, with the potential to fill key business and leadership positions in the future. It’s a simple, prudent, practical process; yet only 46 percent of executives have a formal succession plan in place. What’s more, only 25 percent of them said […]
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Insights into the challenges and opportunities more than 3,000 hiring managers are facing in a year unlike any other, and why the time for organizations to rebuild—better than before—is now.
By providing data that helps employers understand their employees, PXT Select™ gives companies the information they need to find confidence, direction, and strength as they make moves towards engagement.
Smart organizations succeed when they realize that strong performance and results come from their people.
Many business leaders struggle to lead and motivate their staff to achieve the results demanded by their shareholders. By becoming more charismatic leaders, your audience can dramatically increase engagement, productivity, profitability, and even the success of their careers.
We’ve all been there. After an extensive and thorough search for a line manager, one candidate stands out. You hired the qualified individual, only to find there’s a disconnect with the new employee. This report discusses ways to prevent underperformance.
Having the right people with the right skills in the right jobs can result in a significant competitive advantage.
Coaching not only changes the culture of an organization, but it increases performance and leads to a significant return on investment. This briefing helps business leaders better understand the importance and value of continuous coaching.
Times of change present many challenges for organizations, particularly for frontline managers. This fact inspired us to identify six keys to unlocking the potential of frontline managers.
In this report we identify four main problems managers experience with difficult employees..
This briefing is designed to help executives understand, recognize, and effectively deal with stress in the workplace.
A less commonly recognized reason of business failure is the costly challenge of managing fraud, theft, and workplace violence.
This report helps you begin the process of learning about employee engagement in your organization. We will describe three levels of engagement: organizational, managerial, and employee, and give you some practical ideas to improve engagement in your organization.
An effective team can accomplish more as a whole than its individual members can accomplish on their own. Read on to learn how to build that effective team!
Strategic workforce planning is a process that ensures your business has the right people in the right jobs at the right time to achieve your expected results. This report explores six steps of strategic workforce planning and offers some advice for achieving results.
Personnel costs are among the largest budget line items. Employee assessments can give organizations and managers consistent, in-depth, and objective information about their people. Read on to learn more!
In order to create a team-building culture you must assess the individual employee, assess the leader, assess the team and create a culture that values engagement.
This Executive Briefing suggests ways to coach early and often in order to prevent potential problems before they happen.
Over the years we have identified eight signs of incompetent managers. Read on to learn what those traits are.
Profiles International found that assessing core personality traits combined with a standardized set of skill measures provides clear indicators of probable success in a customer-facing role.
Why do front-line managers fail, and what can be done to avoid failure? This report elaborates on five critical issues and offers common-sense advice for helping your managers avoid them.
This report provides five key lessons to help optimize the upgrading process. It drills deeper into each lesson to guide you through the talent upgrade process and help you avoid common mistakes.
The state of the economy is unfortunate, but now more than ever you have the opportunity to optimize your organizational talent.
An in-depth look at how 14 different organizations utilized Profiles’ employee assessments and help from their Strategic Business Partner to solve important challenges related to selection, development, and engagement of their workforce and leaders.