We all know the Golden Rule of treating others as one would wish to be treated. It is a maxim that is found in many religions and cultures, and dates at least to the early Confucian times. But what if that is the kiss of death when it comes to managing your people? With the rise of people analytics and human-centered design to create more engaging and personalized workplace experiences, with the way “traditional’ work is moving towards project-type work, with the notion of diversity and “culture add” (as opposed to “culture fit”), the understanding of personality types and human behavior is a critical element to only attract the right talent to your organization, but also to build a place where employees are stimulated, engaged and catered to. Mia Hanson is the President of BreakFree Strategies LLC. As a Marketing and Management Professional, she helps businesses maximize their most important asset, their people. By utilizing the Predictive Index® (PI), a scientifically validated behavioral assessment, she helps clients attract, retain and develop top talent.
Today with Mia we talk about: - Why managing people the way we would want to be managed is not the best way. - How to leverage behavioral data to drive the candidate experience and customize the interview process. - How managers can leverage employee behavior data used for managing and coaching. Note: you can follow Mia on LinkedIn, and BreakFree Strategies on LinkedIn.
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