There are many sections of the Word Survey Report which can be generated all at once or at different stages of the talent management cycle. It is helpful to know which sections are most relevant when you are at each stage.
In the hiring phase, the following sections of the Word Survey Report are most relevant:
Includes the candidate’s personality profile type and graph.
Includes the potential assets and developmental considerations of the candidate.
Includes how the candidate will perform with respect to motivating and team building, decision making and problem solving, and leading change. This section also includes developmental considerations associated with the candidate’s leadership style.
This section is relevant if you are considering the candidate for a leadership position.
Includes how the candidate will perform with respect to prospecting, presentation, and closing within the sales process.
This section is relevant if you are considering the candidate for a sales position.
Includes behaviour-based interview questions surrounding the candidate’s profile, other important characteristics, as well as questions surrounding situational adjustments or transition profiles if applicable.
Assessment of Job Fit
Compares the candidate to a selected job profile and provides behaviour-based interview questions to probe further into strengths and gaps.
Post-hire, the following sections of the Word Survey Report are most relevant:
Includes high-level information regarding managing the employee.
Includes information regarding what motivates individuals who possess each trait.
Strategies for Coaching and Developing
Provides a list of Do’s and Don’ts when working with the employee.
Developmental Learning Style
Includes information on how the employee prefers to learn.
Includes Attributes, Developmental areas and Managing Guidelines with respect to how the employee will work in a team setting.