So, what's on offer?
A conversation can be so powerful. A trained coach will ask questions that can unlock real growth. Sometimes, a dash of mentoring helps too.
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.
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:
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.
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: