Using the insights from PI we’ve been able to motivate and retain our employees over the long term.
Melissa Kelly, Managing Director
Retaining talented, motivated people is vital to the success of any company. Often, the primary distinguishing characteristic of an industry leader is the quality and motivation of people across the organisation. In addition, the cost of turnover is enormous, not only in terms of out-of-pocket expenses related to severance, recruitment and selection, but also in lost opportunity and productivity.
PI® can help to improve employee retention by improving the fit between individuals and jobs at the point of selection, by providing more rewarding work experiences, and by developing managers to lead and motivate people more effectively.
Every contact between employee and management has the power to motivate or de-motivate. Now with the help of Predictive Index® (PI), you can get an in-depth understanding of each individual’s motivational factors. Managers will get accurate, reliable information they need about drives, behaviours, and operating styles, as well as the tools needed to achieve positive, productive changes in workplace behaviour. The result is a measurable increase in employee morale and retention.
When people are naturally suited for the demands of their jobs, they are happier and stay longer. Before you can successfully match a person to a job, you have to know what the job requires. That is why the PRO® (Performance Requirement Options) worksheet was developed. The PRO gives you a “road map” for the behaviors and drives necessary for top quality performance in each position.
The PRO and the Predictive Index (PI) work together. The PRO helps you recognise the specific behaviors that lead to effective performance in a particular job. Then, comparing individuals’ PI’s with job needs, highlights the fits and gaps, enabling better-informed selection, training, coaching, and performance management. Good job fit contributes to increased employee loyalty and retention.