So, what's on offer?
It's estimated 10% of the UK population is dyslexic; it's really common.
It's also now covered by the Equalities Act - so employers must now consider reasonable adjustments for their employees.
Typically, this means paying for a test, and implementing the suggestions. (Luckily, these often don't cost much).
If you feel you don't understand dyslexia - you're not alone!
For more help, including our free guidance and example Dyslexia Policy:
You know you need to promote people - but how do you choose the best candidate? Interviews are the most commonly used method - but for better validity, we'd recommend a well-designed Assessment Centre. And what makes it work best? Properly trained assessors. It's all here.
Psychometrics and 360s
To develop, your people first need to understand what they are naturally good at - and where their gaps are. A personality questionnaire - with face to face feedback - is good for understanding self-reported strengths; and sometimes, the down sides of those strengths. A "360" will give honest, anonymised feedback from others.
A conversation can be so powerful. A trained coach will ask questions that can unlock real growth. Sometimes, a dash of mentoring helps too.
If coaching's good, group coaching (Action Learning) is fantastic. It's also very cost effective!
What's the most common cause of disharmony within teams? A lack of understanding of each others' tasks - and strengths. Let us help you put that right.
Bespoke training, using "brain-friendly" methods: