What makes people successful? Why do some people fail, and others succeed? Is it possible to predict when and where it will happen? These questions sparked 20 years of research that produced a revolutionary new perspective on the traditional world of assessments and team building.
Every role and team in every organization has a unique `fingerprint’ of what makes it successful. Focusing on skills and personality alone will not guarantee that you can effectively determine this success. We welcome you to join us for a discussion on how behavioral benchmarking provides a fresh approach to positive employee outcomes. As part of the discussion, Rich Berger, Senior Director of HRIS at Citrix, will also show how behavioral benchmarking has provided unique insights into real world challenges of team management in his organization.
Hosted by the International Association for Human Resource Information Management (IHRIM), the world’s leading clearinghouse for the HRIM (Human Resource Information Management) industry.
Richard Berger, SPHR, HRIP, Senior Director, Global HRIS, Citrix, Inc.
Adrian Wood, VP Business Development, ShadowmatchUSA
October 10, 2012 (12 p.m. — 1 p.m. EDT)
Registration Ends Monday, October 9, 2012
Behavioral Benchmarking enables organizations to use powerful behavior-based insights to significantly improve their team building initiatives, employee development, and re-deployment. Personality assessments and typical workforce management tools deliver very little information that organizations can use to effectively. Behavioral Benchmarking, alternatively, provides deep insights into actual candidate behaviors—illuminating how individuals and teams actually achieve success, how and why they work together effectively or not, why some individuals and teams excel in their performance, and where opportunities for improvement lie.
We invite you to learn about the new developments in behavioral benchmarking that are providing organizations with key insight into improving their teams, and increasing their Return On Employment.
This education program has been approved for 1 HRIP Recertification Credit Hour. For more information about IHRIM’s webinars, visit http://bit.ly/IHRIM-Webinars.