For years helping business owners in the Fitness Industry attain top talent and keep them, it became apparent that one of, if not the most, important factors for having a successful staff comes down to identifying the right type of person for a specific role.
What this means is that through several steps of self-awareness, establishing solid boundaries, and understanding personal core values, an employer can then give shape to the individual(s) they want on their team and for each specific function, they will serve. This occurs through many modalities, but the most significant, after the key player’s attributes are identified, is deploying a behavioral and occupational assessment for all current staff and for all incoming staff to ascertain the position in which they are currently in or want to be in actually fits with their skills, talents, and desires.
Thus, when that is identified and you put people in a position that they truly utilize their special talents (which usually can’t be found on a resume) they shine because they love what they do and will do it with more zeal than if placed in a position that doesn’t give them the same intrinsic value. If you’d like to begin a conversation send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. (serious inquiries only)