Aligning an employee’s talent with his or her job


Louis Efron’s article titled, “When Managing Talent, Don’t Let Michael Jordan’s Failure Become Your Failure,” states….

Despite the obvious importance of aligning an employee’s talent with his or her job, a 2012 Gallup study indicated that only 50% of U.S. workers use their strengths throughout their day. More important, there are at least hundreds of thousands of employees at large organizations who each could be more effective in a different position at the same company. Maximizing the strengths and talents of your workforce to increase employee engagement and productivity, reduce attrition, and ultimately improve business results is a basic management and human resource goal.

Great article from Forbes and nice mention on how Predictive Index can help in talent management: http://onforb.es/11h8BkK

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