Judging Employee and Candidate Potential

Matching Employees to Requisite Roles for Engagement and Productivity

Managers get work done through others.  Hence, a manager’s ability to match employees to roles will make or break his team’s ability to deliver.

Research shows 35% of employees have current potential either above or below that called for by their current role.  This issue is a major contributor to performance problems and team dysfunction.

This training course is designed to help managers place employees in roles in which they have the greatest likelihood of engagement and productivity.

This interactive half or full day training is designed to teach managers how to effectively interview a candidate to gain insight into his problem solving capability relative to the open role.

Additionally, this course will teach managers how to assess whether they are tapping the full potential of their current employees.

Proven, Reliable, Valid – Unique

The training course is based upon a total-systems model for managerial leadership and organization design, Requisite Organization.  The model, developed by Elliott Jaques, is backed by over 50 years’ research.

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What People are Saying

PeopleFit introduced us to the concepts of Requisite Organization and helped us apply them to our chaotic situation. I’ve seen the difference they make. We are working normal hours now, and my emails are down from several hundred to 75 per day. My department is no longer a roadblock. We are resolving 90% of customer complaints within our 30 day goal and we are delivering customer surveys in a matter of weeks when it used to take months. The quality of my hiring decisions is better. I’ve hired four people in the last year and they have all been stellar performers, and people are staying longer than two weeks! These concepts inform all my processes now. When I make changes, when I create new roles, when I hire, these concepts are always on my mind.
Marcy Matlosz, Global Director of Quality and Regulatory Affairs, Mallinckrodt Baker, Inc.