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Adaptable Employees—Indispensable and How to Identify Before Hiring

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Right Management surveyed over 100 hiring professionals and asked the question, “Is your workforce able to adapt to change and increase their effectiveness on the job?”

31% answered no and only 43% answered somewhat.

Full article here:

If your employees aren’t able to adapt to changing market conditions, it could seriously threaten your company’s existence.

Benjamin Franklin said, “All mankind is divided into three groups: those that are immovable, those that are movable and those that move.”

Hiring an employee who appears to have the flexibility to adjust to workplace and industry changes and then later finding out that they don’t can cost you a bundle.

But how do you find out if someone is truly adaptable in a way that can fortify your company’s competitiveness?

Joseph Johnson of Right Management, in the above-linked article, offers the following advice:
“Identify people who are may be change champions or potential stumbling blocks. Individuals need an objective assessment of their own strengths and weaknesses when confronted with change. A change readiness assessment can be part of the process to identify those employees with the strongest change skill set. Additionally, it provides managers with a common language of performance that allows them to discuss how an individual’s behaviors might affect the group dynamic.”

In addition to a change readiness assessment, it’s wise to assess your employees, and more importantly, your potential hires with a more objective form of personality analysis.

Handwriting analysis is one of the most accurate, objective, and non-discriminatory forms of character assessment. Adaptability is a personality trait that can be thoroughly and accurately outlined through handwriting analysis. Additionally, comprehensive astrology and numerology offers further checks and balances to allow you know just how adaptable that potential hire is before you make a job offer.

Remember, under pressure people’s true personality emerges. The true personality, the subconscious self, is effectively examined through handwriting analysis.

Copyright © 2010 Scott Petullo

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