Monthly Archives: October 2011

Pre-employment Screening: Taking a Proactive Approach to Assessments

This week will conclude the series on assessments. We must take a close look at ourselves and ask, “To what extent are we properly aligned with your company’s values?”  This will offer clarity about our vision and our motivation. Often … Continue reading

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There is no “I” in Team!

One of my favorite assessments is the coaching report for leaders. This assessment only takes about 25 minutes, but it can reveal a lot about attitudes, behavior and competencies in five key areas: self-management, organizational capability, problem solving, team building … Continue reading

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Cultural Assessments: Revealing the Real Deal

Cultural assessments reveal the real deal about a workplace environment and how the people working there feel about being there each and every day. If an assessment is going to be done, it is best done by an outside party … Continue reading

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