Building your cultural interview

What kind of culture do you have? If you’re not sure, you’re not alone. Many companies don’t have a defined culture. The Predictive Index’s Design module can help you determine your culture through what we call “Team Types.” Team Types are essentially the ‘average’ of every team member’s behavioral preferences. You can explore them in the…

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Understanding and communicating results

Analyzing objective people data uncovers issues that aren’t obvious, which allows you to quickly and effectively take action. That’s why understanding this data is so vital. But with so much data at once, where do you start? Now that you have the results, break them down by four factors: Magnitude, Relevance, Breadth, and Repetition. Take the…

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Focusing on the four underlying engagement drivers

Before we dive into what employee data to collect and what to do with it, it’s important to understand the four engagement drives. According to the 2020 State of Talent Optimization Report, on average, only 22% of senior leaders feel they actually know what’s driving employee disengagement. Many companies try to win their employees over through…

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What is employee engagement

What is employee engagement anyway? At its core, employee engagement is simply the relationship between an employee and the organization they work for. Simple, right? But if you take it a layer deeper, engagement is fueled by fit and satisfaction with one’s job, manager, company culture, and coworkers. Why does that matter? Engaged employees are…

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Understanding your company culture

Before jumping to improving or maintaining your culture, let’s discuss the specific culture types. Cultures can be defined by two major competing value propositions:  Based on those values, an organization will fall within one of the four organizational cultures: So, which culture is right for your organization? To best answer that question, you’ll need to…

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Building career paths

Giving people something to work towards will inspire them to grow. Progressing toward a goal is a strong motivator and opportunities to grow professionally is a top driver for employee engagement. This is why creating career paths for your employees has a direct impact on your business results. Clear career paths can help you motivate employees in…

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Creating team self-awareness

When thinking about high-performing teams, it’s important to first consider how “I,” as an individual, work. Everyone on the team, including team leaders, must have self-awareness of their own behavioral preferences and abilities before they can understand others. Using tools such as the PI Behavioral Assessment™ will allow you to not only understand yourself, but also allow…

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