Retain

According to a study by WorldatWork, “Retention of key talent – those employees who are the strongest performers, have high potential or are in critical jobs – is even more important during economic recoveries when organizations compete aggressively for market share and talent.” As the leader of your organization, what are you doing to identify, define and manage key talent so you will be able to retain these individuals?

Making sure your employees know what is expected of them, the opportunity to develop their skills and the ability to promote from within, are key tactics to retain your top performers. Hiring great performers is just a start to creating a strong work force. Next, you have to keep them. 

Following are some of the components that can be incorporated into your Leadership Development programs:

DISC Behavioral Styles

4 behavioral styles
By far the most popular and comprehensive of our DISC profiles, the Staff profile can be used for an employee’s leadership development. It provides valuable and in-depth information about one’s behavioral characteristics, value to the organization, ideal environment, perceptions when under stress, and adaptations to be more successful. It reveals how the individual prefers to be managed, motivated, and communicated with.

Working from Home
Working from Home

Everyone has their own style and tendencies. When working virtually, we need to become more aware of our strengths and weaknesses and how to manage them. We don't have our peers, leaders and other influencers around us to help point out when we need course-correction. Time and priority management is key. The tips below are based on your survey responses and offer insight into how you might manage yourself when working virtually.

12 Driving Forces®

A person’s performance can be directly related to what motivates them in the workplace. This Driving Forces/Workplace Motivators profile helps individuals understand how their prioritized motivators affect choices and provide purpose and direction in their lives. When combined with the behavioral assessment, the picture of the individual is complete – both HOW he or she will behave and WHY – the motivational drivers behind his or her actions.

Workplace Motivators®

6 motivators
A person’s performance can be directly related to what motivates them in the workplace. This Driving Forces/Workplace Motivators profile helps individuals understand how their prioritized motivators affect choices and provide purpose and direction in their lives. When combined with the behavioral assessment, the picture of the individual is complete – both HOW he or she will behave and WHY – the motivational drivers behind his or her actions.

TTI Emotional Quotient™

5 key emotional intelligence factors
The EQ assessment accurately measures one’s ability to sense, understand, and effectively apply the power of emotional well-being to facilitate high levels of collaboration and productivity. Research shows that people who possess higher levels of emotional intelligence (EQ) are more successful and assured leaders. EQ is used for hiring, developing leaders, engaging teams, coaching, and succession planning.

DNA Talent

25 soft skill competencies
The TTI Success Insights DNA profile assists you in hiring, managing and career development by understanding 25 soft skill competencies. It identifies competencies already developed and those that may need further development.

360 Degree Feedback

Grow your leaders with reliable 360-degree feedback built on 40 year of specialized 360 assessment expertise. Truscore’s reliable and valid 360-degree feedback assessments. From senior leadership to up-and-coming individual contributors, we’ve got you covered.

Leadership Competencies – covering the primary responsibilities of leadership today

Management Competencies – covering the manager’s role, from front-line to senior

Individual Contributor Competencies – covering everything from high-potential leaders to technical professionals

Stress Quotient® (Individual)

7 indicators of individual and leadership stress

The TTI Success Insights Stress Quotient profile measures seven index factors. This diagnostic tool identifies root causes of stress that when resolved will improve the overall health, productivity, and morale of individuals, teams, departments, and organizations. The root causes identify conversations about how the organization can improve employee engagement, performance, and productivity. Individuals may complete the questionnaire individually and receive a personal report or they can complete it anonymously and the information will be combined into a group analysis report. 

Our coaching helps identify and develop high potential employees. Using our assessments, we will identify individual strengths and development opportunities. Each participant will receive a custom Coaching Journey. Our coaches will work to motivate, empower and develop individuals to perform at their highest level.