The Core Values Index is the only assessment that characterizes and measures the innate unchanging nature of an individual. The accompanying T. Protocols and the revolutionary new Pre-Selection Science put the power of this assessment directly to work, connecting the innate nature of people with the tasks required by their job.
One of the most challenging issues facing business owners or managers is the right selection and commissioning of people. Effective hiring practices and methodologies, while being extremely critical to the success of any business, have continued to be an elusive “Holy Grail” of management. That was true for me, until I discovered the Core Values Index and the new Science of Pre-Selection that it powers.
The resulting T.Protocols prescribe how to put the CVI to work. These technologies, plus the new Pre-Selection Science, put the objective screening of incoming candidates at the very beginning of the hiring process for the first time. The result for companies that choose to adopt these technologies is higher profitability than has been previously thought possible.
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Finding the right business is all about compatibility and leveraging your skills. A business that is right for one person is not necessarily a good fit for you. It only takes 15 minutes to complete.
This is NOT a personality test, BUT something more about your business Skills, Core Values and finding your inner Capabilties
"Correlations between personality and success fall in the .03 to .15 range, which is close to zero."
Frederick Morgerson et al, Personnel Psychology (2007)
We use an integrated, science based approach featuring patent-pending methodologies, thus offering greater insight into who you are as a business builder.
Managers use employee assessments and surveys to allow them to scope job requirements, evaluate how potential employees fit jobs, and identify changes that will keep employees engaged. By better understanding the people they employ, companies can solve many of their most critical and expensive problems. With reliable information to make human resource decisions, employers can successfully fit people to jobs in which they will excel, become better managers, improve service, build more effective teams and ultimately, retain their best employees.
One of the greatest challenges faced by managers is the strategic personal development of their employees in order to ensure effective use of their talent. To properly manage this important resource, they must identify their challenges and implement employee development and training. Employee development will help managers effectively manage, motivate and empower employees resulting in higher rates of employee retention. By using employee assessments, managers are better able to take stock of an employee's interests and aptitudes and help them apply these talents where most appropriate.
In an article in the Harvard Business Review (1999), "Job Sculpting: The Art of Retaining Your Best People", career experts Timothy Butler and James Waldroop found that by using the technique of matching people to jobs that resonate with the activities that make them truly happy, employee turnover decreased dramatically and productivity increased exponentially. By identifying the characteristics that match people with the work they do, you can effectively identify the key components that will motivate individual employees.