To answer this question, I’ve identified four attributes that mark the most successful talent tools.
A talent tool should be able to foretell how well someone is going to perform in a particular job. It will highlight not only who they are but also how they will fit.
No one is the perfect fit for a job. A good talent tool should flag the gaps in a hire’s sills and abilities. It will lay out actionable steps to take somebody from where they are to where they need to be.
How do we take this concept — predicting skills and identifying improvement actions — and make it repeatable? A tool should allow you to analyze many workers in many jobs.
We know every single company is different. And we know every single job is different: A marketing coordinator will look completely different than a vice president of sales. A good talent tool will be customizable to positions and to companies.
We at PeopleBest have built our platform on these four attributes. To make sure our tool drives results that are predictable, actionable, repeatable, and customizable, we’ve created an assessment that analyzes 29 traits on a scale from one to 10. We didn’t stop there. We’ve developed profiles that are highly specific and unique to a particular job, so we can predict success with an exactness that is unbeatable.
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