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Talent Management-Getting the Right People on the Bus


Posted by Stephen, Sheryl at Tuesday, 11/23/2010 11:40 am
 
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Today, business success is measured in TALENT – the RIGHT talent for the RIGHT job. Lack of individual job performance effects team effectiveness and the organization as a whole. The keys to utilizing talent to its full potential lie in understanding it and effective methods to measure it. Unique to the Attribute Index is its ability to assess an individual’s cognitive structure (i.e. how their mind perceives themselves and the world around them). Unlike any other instrument, the Attribute Index has a direct relationship with mathematics and is the basis for its ability to accurately measure the core dimensions of how we think. The results generated from the individuals’ responses to the Attribute Index accurately describe their potential for workplace performance.

Unlike many other instruments intended for a clinical setting but adapted to a business one, the Attribute Index was designed, from the beginning, exclusively for use in a business environment. When combined with an assessment of Behavioral Traits and Values, the Attribute Index presents a complete picture of individual talent.

The following is a review of the specific components that are measured and the capacities for each component:

CRITICAL SUCCESS ATTRIBUTES:
 Attitude Toward Honesty
 Attitude Toward Others
 Meeting Standards
 Job Ethic
 Personal Commitment
 Respect for Property
 Results Orientation

GETTING RESULTS:
 Accountability for Others
 Attention to Detail
 Consistency and Reliability
 Personal Commitment
 Project and Goal Focus
 Results Orientation

INTERPERSONAL SKILLS:
 Attitude Toward Others
 Freedom From Prejudices
 Realistic Expectations
 Surrendering Control

MAKING DECISIONS:
 Conceptual Thinking
 Concrete Organization
 Following Directions
 Intuitive Decision Making
 Theoretical Problem Solving
 Using Common Sense

SELF MANAGEMENT:
 Handling Stress
 Personal Accountability
 Self Assessment
 Self Confidence
 Internal Self Control
 Self Discipline and Sense of Duty

WORK ETHIC:
 Attitude Toward Honesty
 Balanced Decision Making
 Job Ethic
 Meeting Standards
 Respect for Policies
 Respect for Property

CLARITY AND FOCUS:
 Internal Clarity and Focus
 External Clarity and Focus

GENERAL EMPLOYMENT-DIMENSIONAL BALANCE:
 Intrinsic Dimension (How do you value others?)
 Extrinsic Dimension (How practically do you see the world?)
 Systemic Dimension (How do you value systems and order?)

POSITIONAL SELF-ANALYSIS:
 Capacity Maximizers
 Capacity Minimizers

Call usat 623-587-7644 for more information on how your organization can identify your current talent resources as well as your future talent needs.


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