Hiring can be tricky. You have to evaluate experience, intelligence, communication and presentation skills, and intangibles like Ambition & Drive - the #1 predictor of sales success.
Stop basing your hiring decisions on subjective interviews that, frankly, most hiring managers don't prepare for or conduct well.
Start using competency-based assessments to scientifically measure traits like assertiveness, decisiveness, initiative, and goal orientation that predict performance in critical sales competencies like Ambition & Drive, Prospecting, Qualifying, and Problem Solving.
Objective, data-based assessments will provide deeper, richer perspective on each candidate and their capabilities. You'll no longer have to rely solely on subjective interviews to gauge a candidate's strengths and weaknesses.
You'll save time and money while gaining confidence in your hiring decisions. And you'll be able to build the high performance sales organization you want and your company needs.
Competency-based assessments are effective and predictive talent management instruments.
Leaders in search of top quality candidates use competency assessments in three important ways:
Why Sales Leaders Can’t Afford NOT To Use Pre-Hire Assessments
As a sales leader you’re under pressure to grow and grow fast.
But attracting top candidates is time consuming. Competition is fierce. Worse, compensation is through the roof. And in-house or retained search adds cost to every hire.
That’s what’s so frustrating about poor hiring decisions. Each bad decision costs thousands of dollars in lost opportunity, wages and training. And if you don’t find the right people, with the right capabilities, fast, it will cost you critical momentum, or worse...
So, how can you mitigate that cost and risk?
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During this webinar you'll learn:
Read 9 Reasons Why You Need Employee Assessments to learn how they create efficiency, support employee development, and bolster engagement by the modern workforce.
In a competitive and complicated labor market, managers are struggling to find the talent they need. At the same time, employees are seeking roles that enable them to learn and grow, feel empowered, and embrace a company mission. These factors are driving significant changes in workplace culture.
Organizations that are able to tap into this newly engaged, passionate workforce stand to gain market share and success for years to come.