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Employees are a company’s most valuable resource. One of the most difficult tasks when when leading an organization is finding the right people for the open positions now and developing them for the future needs of the organization. If it isn’t a skill issue, then maybe it’s a personality issue, maybe a combination of both. No matter what the issue is, the bottom line is you don’t have time for it.
For an organization to scale greater heights, it is vital to optimize strengths of employees by nurturing their true potential. Employees who are developed perform his/her job better and even build greater confidence. The investment in employee development creates a culture where they feel empowered and engaged. Confident employees understand their jobs, meaning, the product or service they represent translates into greater customer confidence which increases sales, referrals and the bottom line.
is based on a research-validated model that helps all levels of the organization improve their communication and so much more. It’s an assessment that is application-focused and is individualized to leaders, managers, contributors and salespeople.
This unique training program helps professionals and their organizations discover what it takes to build a truly cohesive and effective team. Patrick Lencioni’s Five Dysfunctions of a Team is used to help participants learn, as a team, how they score on the key components of the team model: Trust, Conflict, Commitment, Accountability, and Results.
The most accurate and extensive business profile predictors on the planet. It provides accurate results for hiring, succession planning, individual self-knowledge, and teamwork. This tool is a combination of three assessments meant for an in-depth view of a person to understand what drives, motivates and inspires that employee.
An EQ tool that measures emotional intelligence of an individual and how it can impact other staff members and the workplace.
There are 73% of people in the work force who are either disengaged or actively disengaged. And 80% of employees don’t trust their manager. This lack of employee engagement costs companies over 350 Billion Dollars a year in lost productivity and profits. AIM’S performance-oriented, employee centric solutions assist in achieving the best results in succession planning, individual self discovery, and team-building.
Measuring anything that you do is imperative in order to make sure that your investment (time, money and efforts) is getting used in the workplace. If you don’t measure the behavioral changes which affect your profit, than you shouldn’t be doing anything at all.