Experiencing a drop in productivity and profits?
Identifying behavioural working strengths is key
Knowing what behavioural strengths a job requires is the key to successful people management. The closer the behavioural match between a job profile and an individual, the more, efficient, satisfied and productive the person is likely to be. And by defining the ideal behavioural requirements of your roles, you'll be in a powerful position to review your managers in their present posts.
Opportunities may well exist for positive job re-alignment to improve productivity, staff wellbeing and profits.
With the CMI reporting that, on average, a poorly supervised employee wastes time equivalent to £900 per year, use of behavioural analysis to improve management effectiveness could prove a very worthwhile investment.
Patrick has guided me in the application of profiling tools, the interpretation of their results and the development of strategies for making staff more effective