The TTI Success Insights Suite is a robust and versatile toolkit for trainers, coaches and consultants. This versatility means the assessments are deployed in a number of personal and professional applications. Below are some explanations of the common uses for the TTI SI suite of assessments.
If a job could talk, it would tell us exactly what sort of person it required for superior performance. Because jobs can’t talk, we've had to find other ways to work out what's important. The hard skills for a job are fairly easy to determine: things like level of education, experience and technical skills.
Workforce transition is about helping people to move to the next stage in their career, which can include the transfer of an employee to another job within the same organisation (re-deployment), or helping former employees transition to new jobs elsewhere (outplacement).
Recruitment is arguably the most important business function of all. In our global knowledge economy, the only true source of competitive advantage lies in recruiting the best talent. As popular management author Jim Collins notes, “Leaders of companies that go from good to great start not with ‘where’ but with ‘who’.
An induction program is a critical component of engaging and retaining great people within an organisation. As part of welcoming new employees, companies will typically include safety training, company information, marketplace information, and technical skills training; however, they can often overlook a critical element: relationships.
Organisations are constantly undergoing change. Whether the change is small and concerns re-working daily processes and procedures, or whether the change involves re-structuring different teams and departments, or even merging together entire companies, change is a necessary and vital part of long-term organisational success.
Employee engagement concerns the degree of emotional commitment that an employee has to their job and the organisation as a whole. Engaged employees "go the extra mile” for their company, their colleagues and their customers, while disengaged employees do the bare minimum.