Talent Management, Job Matching, Development, & Succession Planning
The Caliper Profile is a scientific instrument for in-depth personality assessment and job matching, and it is the foundation of our work.
The Caliper Profile has been validated by nearly a half-century of research
and measures over twenty-five personality traits that relate to job performance. Our consultants analyze those traits in a variety of combinations to advise you on: hiring someone new; improving employee performance; building more effective teams; and working
to take your company to the next level.
It can be taken online or in paper format, and it provides clear, objective information on an individual’s strengths, limitations, motivations and potential. Since it was first developed, the Profile Assessment Test has undergone continuous refinement, and ranks today as one of the most advanced tools for matching personality to job performance.
The Caliper Profile is part of a process of gathering information about an individual’s natural strengths, motivators, and potential to succeed in a particular role. Other factors to be considered in any important personnel decision include: impressions conveyed in interviews, a review of past performance, and referrals from former supervisors. Your Caliper consultant will work with you to help you determine appropriate direction and how to best serve your hiring and development needs.
A Master Certified Partner on the Caliper Profile™, Tom helps organizations put into practice this Good to Great principles... "get the right people on the bus and in the right seats."
Caliper has helped more than 28,000 companies around the world get clear about selecting the right people, developing the best talent and creating the organizational culture they need to succeed.
According to The Huffington Post article How Much Does Employee Turnover Really Cost?, "Eleven research papers published over a 15-year period, determined that the average economic cost to a company of turning over a highly skilled job is 213% of the cost of one year’s compensation for that role." (2017, para. 17).
For a manager making $100,000 the cost of turning over that skilled employee could be as high as $ 213,000. Assume you have ten employees with a $ 1,000,000 payroll. The cost of turning over these ten employees could be as high as $ 2,130,000! Partner with LEAD Consulting solutions to optimize your ROI on human capital.
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