Collecting and effectively analyzing various data points about your workforce leads to increased quality and value of decisions and actions.
Our Career Fitness Profiler from TalentLogiQs and the university of Antwerp is a complete and evidence-based tool that will provide you with several insightful indicators about where your employees stand in their career today: What motivates them? How ready they are to take their career into their own hands? What career pitfalls may arise? What is their current energy level to perform and move their career forward?
Individual or group reports can be generated on all or selected indicators. They will boost your HR analytics for better decisions regarding career development, coaching, internal mobility, succession planning, and/or health and wellbeing processes. They will guide actions that will impact both the success of employees and the organization.
This scientifically validated questionnaire developed by the University of Antwerp measures three scientifically validated models:
1/ Career Values: What drives people in their careers, what motivates them? This model uses 12 subjective career motivators, categorized based on the most influential contemporary motivation theory. They will highlight the conditions to make future career moves a success.
2/ Career Attitudes: The attitudes that individuals require to take control of their own career. This involves adaptability, goal orientation, self-initiation, and mobility. They are important predictors of personal career success and enhanced wellbeing.
3/ Energy-stress balance: To what extent does existing work put pressure on your employees? Long-term “over stretching” or “under stretching” of individual capacities are recipes for burnout or motivational challenges.
The Energy-Stress balance provides a snapshot of the current career energy and identifies areas where adjusting pace up or downward will sustain long term performance and energy.
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