We know that people are the differentiating factor in an organization. In North American, 60%+ of employees are not engaged in the workplace. How can we use data and objective decision-making to improve performance, productivity, engagement and drive results? Too frequently, we are making business decisions on “gut emotions” and failing to recognize the value of big data in the most important area of our business – our people. Grounded in science, Dave will illustrate the significance in helping CEOs and company leaders champion their greatest asset – their people – and identify, attract, retain and leverage high potential talent.
Getting the right people in the right roles and keeping them engaged is the key to generating capacity in today’s business environment. Businesses compete as much on the strength of their intellectual capital as on that of their financial capital. By using data-driven tools and an objective decision-making process to select people with the natural abilities to succeed, we foster a workplace of employee engagement.
Imagine an extra day of productivity from your employees each week. This presentation ties into improving organizational effectiveness by recognizing individual motivating drives and maximizing efficiency, productivity and job satisfaction by providing employees with customized management strategies. By understanding how your greatest asset works, leaders can communicate the value in attracting, onboarding, developing, recognizing, and coaching the right people for the right roles. Ultimately, knowledge of data-driven human capital processes allow leaders to unlock engagement levels, build high-functioning teams, mange change effectively, and influence productivity, driving for sales performance.
We know that a poor hiring decision costs a company 1x base salary. Given that many companies plan to hire approximately 800 people in 2014, this is a significant area for potential “mishires.” It has become increasingly valuable to attract high performers, leverage talent, and develop leaders. Dave will illustrate the value in “taking the lead” and staying well ahead of competition. To “take the lead” means becoming a more objective leader who is able to lead vs. manage, coach effectively, build strong teams, illustrate “people-smart communication,” resolve and leverage conflict, and empower their organizations. There are countless studies that demonstrate the value of learning to use big data to solve your most complex people challenges.
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