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Talent Insights Assessment
Complementary Talent Insights Assessment Report

“We see the world not as it is, but as we are.” – Stephen Covey


REDUCE THE PAIN OF A “BAD HIRE”

What is your “Cost of a Bad Hire?” Working 40 hours a week at the average salary of $20 an hour for three months will have a minimum cost of over $10,000 in salary alone.

Research from company managers indicates that 80% of employees who are fired or quit their job within 90 days, could do the job but lacked the necessary soft skills such as Behaviors, Motivators and Competencies necessary to be a “Superior Performer”.

 

 TTI Atlanta Will Provide at “No Cost” the Assessment for Your Next Candidate

Using just one science such as DISC Behaviors to assist in making your hiring decision increases the likelihood of the candidate being successful to about 60%, using two sciences such as Behaviors & Motivators together can increase your success rate up to 80%, and by using three sciences like Behaviors, Motivators and Competencies, the likelihood of making a “Successful Hire” increases up to 93%.

"Matching Talent to Fit the Job for Over 30 Years"

 

  • How job candidates and employees will do their job when left alone to do so.
  • Why job candidates and employees want to do the job.
  • What motivates job candidates and employees to do their job.
  • What competencies job candidates and employees bring to the job.
  • How job candidates match up against the company's "Superior Performers".

 

Increase your chances of “Hiring Successfully” using TTI Atlanta’s highly validated, time tested assessments in order to achieve employee engagement, maximum productivity, job satisfaction, improved retention and superior employee performance.

 

Behaviors-Motivators-Competencies-Acumen-Emotional Intelligence

IF THE JOB COULD TALK

IF THE JOB COULD TALK....

 

If a job could talk, it would explain precisely what was necessary to determine and achieve superior performance. We all know that jobs can't talk, but If they did we would certainly hear the real story. We could ask the job to tell us about the:

                  

  • Behaviors Required to Perform at Peak Levels.
  • Motivators That Drive a Person to Take Action
  • Competencies Vital for the Job
  • Personal Attributes Required to Drive Success
  • Knowledge and Experience Necessary
  • Rewards Expected for Superior Performance

  

HOW WE SOLVE THE PROBLEM

We must get the truth from an unbiased source TTI calls "Subject Matter Experts" who are or have been superior performers at the job. But even asking people about a job presents a challenge. But before we can learn the true meaning of superior performance for any particular job, the experts must remove their natural biases. Bias is an unfair preference or dislike that can create a blind spot which acts like a set of blinders making only one thing visible and get in the way of truly understanding the job requirements to be successful.

 

Over the years we have learned that it is difficult, if not impossible, for subject matter experts to completely ignore their own biases. We also know that once subject matter experts do slice through their biases using TTI’s patented job benchmarking process they are able to hear the job talk and can then identify key accountabilities, behaviors, motivators and competencies required for the job. Only after the natural biases of individuals are removed can a true definition of superior performance for a given job be identified.

 

THE SOLUTION

Removing biases can be the most formidable challenge in defining superior performance. In fact, we know that it is impossible to strip away the biases without an impartial facilitator. A subject matter expert can spur a group into an unbiased, fair discussion and act as a catalyst for developing a clear understanding of what superior performance looks like. In short, an expert facilitator will help other subject matter experts hear the job talking.

 

THE RESULTS

The process leads to an understanding of the behaviors, motivators, personal attributes, knowledge and hard skills required of each key accountability needed for the job in question. Using this process will allow a company to compare all current and new employees to the Job Benchmark results and provide a personal developmental plan for each employee



Top Performers
Culture of Top Performance

DISC is the “Universal Language of Observable Human Behavior”.  Scientific research has proven that in terms of how people act universally we all have similar behaviors. By watching the behavioral actions  people exhibit every day we can increase our understanding of other’s natural and adapted behavior styles. By doing so we can learn how to listen, communicate, and work with each other more effectively in our every day lives 

 

Motivators are often referred to as Attitudes, the “WHY” that drives your life, actions and decisions.  It is your way of looking at life; what you value positively or judge negatively which in turn creates a need   causing a person to act using their behavior to achieve satisfaction.

 

 How do Attitudes, Beliefs and/or Motivators” develop? They are a combination of both genetics and your environment. They develop through stages in your life and are related to stimuli such as conflict, stress, pain and also through experiencing pleasure, satisfaction and joy.

By understanding your own Motivators and then recognizing the driving forces in other’s lives will help identify and resolve the three types ofconflict:

You/Me – Me/Me – Me/Job
    

Do You Recognize Our Customers?

TTI SUCCESS INSIGHTS REPORT SERIES

The Success Insights DISC assessment reports are based on William Marston’s research and reveal one’s strengths, limitations, one’s actual behavior and tendencies toward certain behavior in a social or work environment. DISC dimensions fall into four categories. 

 

TTI  TALENT INSIGHTS REPORT SERIES

The Talent Insights set of reports was created using only an individual’s Behaviors and Personal Motivators and highly recommended for use in organizations that would want to benchmark hourly positions.      

 

TTI TRI-METRIX ACI REPORT SERIES

The TriMetrix ACI Report is designed to increase the understanding of an individual’s talents by providing insight to three distinct areas: Behaviors, Motivators and Acumen. Understanding the strengths and weaknesses in each of the three areas will lead to personal and professional development and a higher level of job satisfaction.

 

TTI TRI-METRIX DNA REPORT SERIES

The TriMetrix DNA assessment reports combine three sciences consisting of Behaviors, Motivators and Competencies which examine the behaviors individuals bring to the job, the motivators that drive them, and the ability to demonstrate the competencies required by the job.

 

TTI TRI-METRIX EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE (EQ)

Our emotions are the source and foundation of everything else. Neuropsychiatrists, through virtual reality and body mapping, have shown that the initial reaction to a stimulus is not the firing of brain cells but that of “endorphins” being released, and as a result, emotions.

 

TTI TRI-METRIX  HD REPORT SERIES

Ensure that you hire, develop and retain the best possible talent. Based on a unique, 55-factor analysis, TriMetrix HD examines the Behaviors individuals bring to the job, the Motivators that drive them, whether they possess the Acumen to do the job and their potential to provide the Competencies required by the job.

 

PERSONAL TALENT SKILLS INVENTORY FLYER AND REPORT SERIES

The Personal Talent Skills Inventory (PTSI) is based on the science of Axiology from the original work of Dr. Robert S. Hartman.  Axiology is a mathematical accurate science that objectively identifies how one’s mind analyzes and interprets our experiences which identifies how we are most likely to act in any given situation and how we make judgments.  The PTSI measures a person in six core dimensions.

 

EXCELLENCE FOR LEARNING & FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS DISC ASSESSMENT REPORTS

Since 1970 progress in “Education Has Flat Lined.” in the United States.  Quality education is no accident; it is the combined effort of administrators, teachers, parents and students. Research has confirmed that graduates from today’s high schools and colleges lack the necessary “Soft Skills” such as creativity, critical thinking, team building and communication skills.  To prepare students to enter today’s workforce and be successful our education system needs to integrate “Soft Skills” as well as “Hard Skills” into their curriculums.

Established in 1985 TTI Atlanta has assisted companies nationwide Select, Develop and Retain the organization’s most valuable resource, their "Employees".

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