Are you building your company’s talent bench, or are you training the street?
AT AVAIL, WE DELIVER PROGRAMS TO BUILD
(TEAM OR INDIVIDUAL) COMPETENCY-BUILDING
WITH OUR THREE-PHASE APPROACH:
Self discovery process. We take our clients through an assessment process, using
the Hogan series of assessments.
The Hogan assessments measures reputation — how you are viewed by others:
Hogan Personality Inventory
Your normal, “Bright Side” personality, qualities that describe how we relate to others when we are at our best.
Hogan Development Survey
The “Dark Side” of personality, qualities that emerge in time of increased strain and can disrupt relationships, damage reputations, and derail peoples’ chances of success.
Motive, Values, Preferences Inventory
Personality from the inside, the core goals, values, drivers and interests.
Comprehensive multi-rater feedback tool designed to help individuals gain a better understanding of how they are perceived
Participants create a development plan listing career goals and leadership traits to develop based on the Awareness phase.
Depending on the client expectations, development plans can be prepared to develop the individual in their current role, their future role and/or both their current and future.
During this phase the participant will work with a Coach. Additional course work can also be included as part of this phase—Avail will work with you to tailor a program that fits your organization.
This phase may take one of a number of approaches. We customize the Action Phase to be sure you get the outcomes you are looking for.
Examples could include:
Participants take what they’ve learned
from the Awareness & Acceleration phase and are given a meaningful strategic project to dissect, research and make their recommendation to Sr. Leadership,
Participants take on an interim role
to “test” their new skills..
Individuals may be promoted to a higher level position.
Business and the world are changing fast. You want your company to set pace or lead, and Avail wants to help you get there. How? Through your people.
Organizations may have defined their successors for their top level of leaders (C-suite) but have not gone deeper into their company. It’s now more important than ever to develop “General Managers”, those in your organization who have the leadership abilities for where your business will be tomorrow.