More Efficient and Successful Talent Selection
Searching for the ideal candidate is a lengthy and challenging process—hiring someone that possesses the job skills, interpersonal competencies, and aligns with the organization’s culture demands extensive recruitment and organizational resources and often results in a high margin of error. Technical abilities and industry experience are important factors to consider, but won’t optimize the hiring process to maximize employee retention.
High-performing employees need passion to feel satisfied and motivated, technical skills to accomplish tasks, and a high degree of self and others awareness to navigate interpersonal dynamics. These critical factors are underpinned by unique sets of behavioral traits inherent to the individual. There is no “right profile” that guarantees success, and stereotypes can be misleading.
35% of executives are concerned about ineffective hiring decisions.
Some challenges your company may face include:
The Birkman Method Helps You:
Top Talent and Hiring Solutions
Our Birkman Signature report helps you discover a candidate’s influential drivers of performance such as unique behaviors, preferences, and blind spots and enables you to create a more streamlined interview process. This report will:
- Show the traits most expressed by a potential candidate
- Provide insight into work styles and environment preferences
- Help you understand the projects and initiatives a candidate will likely prioritize
Understanding these insights ahead of time can help make more informed hiring decisions and select motivated employees.
Birkman Mindset can be a helpful tool in the hiring process as it provides macro-level data to spark more thoughtful interview questions and deeper analysis. This data provides insight into an individual’s perspectives and inclinations towards strategy, decision-making, risk, and image management. Benefits of this report include:
- Understanding how an executive will approach complex problem solving
- Providing insight into how leaders approach decision-making
- Uncovering how an individual will approach organizational strategy
Download the Free Case Study on how Birkman helps with retention.