By knowing where the strengths are in your organisation you can leverage them to bring maximum benefit to your culture, productivity and mission. We can identify individual strengths and talents as well as explore specific work teams to describe how they function in the broader organisational structure.
There is some information that is just worth knowing. There is no judgment made on whether it is positive or negative, it just is what it is. But you need to know about it. If you are serious about knowing your people, knowing how they work together and looking for ways to support a collaborative and harmonious workplace it is worth taking the time to find this stuff out.
How do you help people to reach their potential? How do you create a business and culture that brings the best out of the people who work there? You need to know what drives them. Where do they draw their energy from? What activates them? How do you fill their cup?
We know that we don’t live in the land of rainbows and unicorns. We understand that by engaging with a remote worker, or by moving some of your business to a remote delivery model, you are taking a risk. It is a different way of doing things. It is moving into the future of work. For some businesses it is a terrifying move away from generations of ‘how we do things’. But what we know about fear is that it is more often about the lack of control and the sense of uncertainty. We feel afraid of what it might bring. We feel uncertain about how things might turn out.
That is where having a thorough assessment process can help. By learning more about the individuals you are selecting or choosing to put into remote positions, you can mitigate some of that risk. We don’t shy away from highlighting the things you need to be aware of - the individual behaviours and characteristics that can cause issues if they are not monitored and managed. But that is a decision for you to make. By giving you the information, we can help you manage some of the fear and uncertainty that comes with remote work.
By giving you information and knowledge, you can take control of an uncertain situation by actively making informed decisions around the people you engage with. Around who you decide to promote. Around those people you chose to lead your organisation.