You can’t afford to make a bad hiring decision
The value of assessments
Assessments should be a standard practice as a pre-hiring tool to reveal the strengths of potential candidates. Do their strengths best fit your job requirements?
For existing employees, assessments can reveal areas that may need improvement and to aid in developing a learning path.
Salespeople play a critical role in the success of a company. Candidates may go through a series of successful interviews; you hire them, and then discover they lack the motivation and initiative to generate business. A costly mistake.
Top reasons to use pre-employment assessments
- Identify the ideal salespeople for your company
- Simplify the recruiting process so it is faster and more accurate
- Know the most important information about candidates prior to the interview
- Understand the problems each candidate will encounter in the field before you make them an offer
- Accurately predict ramp-up time for your sales candidates
- Confidently make good hiring decisions
- Know that your selected candidates will sell versus can sell
Extended DISC assessment
Identify your communication style
A web-based tool to help individuals and organizations identify, understand, and promote successful behaviors. The DISC profile allows you to better understand yourself and to find the most successful way to communicate with prospects, clients, and internal team members.
Devine Inventory assessment
Pre-hire & existing employees
A customizable, scalable web-based tool for the analysis of individuals and teams. It gives business owners and managers a great advantage in hiring and retaining the best people, and in getting peak performance from individuals.
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