HR Management

PI Behavioral Assessment™; certified in the European Federation of Psychologists

The Predictive Index Behavioral Assessment™ helps clients to decode the core drives of their employees and offers insights into their needs, likely behaviours, motivations and areas of development. This unbiased knowledge helps clients to hire, retain and develop the best people for their business, and drastically improves understanding, communication, and collaboration within teams.

The Predictive Index, Behavioral AssessmentThe PI Behavioural Assessment is firmly rooted in – and supported by – science. As a PI Certified Partner Company, Predictive Advantage are therefore proud to share the exciting news that the Predictive Index Behavioral Assessment™ has recently been certified by third-party reviewers from DNV-GL, providers of assessment and risk management services according to third party standards across a variety of industries. …

Employee Experience – why you should embrace it

Have you ever considered the employee experience at your company? Most companies are well versed in the world of customer experience, because everyone knows that an enjoyable experience for customers means that customers come back for more!

Bearing this in mind, perhaps it’s easy to see why similar principles are being applied to all functions within organisations around the world. The tide has also started to turn in terms of companies putting the customer first and the employee last.

It is now broadly accepted that if you look after your employees, they will look after your customers for you. A positive employee experience is also likely to make your people feel more valued, motivated, and engaged, and they are therefore less likely to leave – another plus point for the overall productivity of your company! …

Manager as Coach Launch

Why do we need ‘Manager as Coach?

An opinion poll conducted by Gallup has found that 87% of employees worldwide are unmotivated, disengaged and under-performing.

In contrast, a highly engaged workforce is said to outperform their peers by 147% in earnings per share. The economic repercussions of having employees who do not feel committed to supporting a company’s goals are staggering.

Employee engagement – or rather the lack of – remains a key issue for employers. Nurturing your employees is a professional obligation, and not just for financial reasons. …

People Management Lessons From The Ski Slope

Whilst recovering from my own first nerve-wrecking ski lesson, I was watching a ski instructor expertly guide his nervous new charges to the bottom of the short gentle slope. This scene made me ponder the question whether there are any similarities with leading – and being part of – a team in a business environment. Are there any people management lessons that we can take away from the ski slope?

Competency and Responsibility

Ski instructors have to be assessed on their own ability and undergo extensive training before they are allowed to start teaching. Huge responsibility rests on their shoulders. Once in charge of a group of skiers, their role is one of patient nurture and control. They must keep their group safe at all times. This can be a daunting task. Skiers who are out of control can be a danger to themselves and others. Sheer drops, rocks and other skiers are never far away and the trusting group has to rely on their instructors