Uncovering What Makes Us Tick
We think most people would agree that people can be, at times, difficult to understand, know, manage, and relate to. Why are some of us, especially when it comes to our employment, so mysterious? For example, why would an employee be unhappy in a job that he is qualified for if he earns over $400,000 a year? Another example to consider, why would an employee be preparing her resume after just 2 months in her ‘dream’ job?
In both of these examples, the people brought the right knowledge, skills and abilities to do the job, but something was missing! They did not match the true demands of the job and no matter how much money they were paid or how great a job, they wanted out!
Natural Wiring and Employment Motivations
Solving the mystery of people is really solving the mystery of their natural wiring. How a person is wired at birth and develops during his or her early childhood plays a dominant role in their behavior as adults. Of course, we will never completely understand another person, but by knowing some key characteristics related to their natural wiring, we can certainly comprehend and appreciate what makes them tick.
For employers, knowing a job candidate’s wiring profile before making the job offer can mean the difference between success or failure in the job. Natural wiring tells us the environment in which someone best thrives. Knowing an employee’s communication preferences, most productive work style, thinking processes, and how they are engaged in decision making enables employers to custom fit a candidate to a job that suits their wiring — and naturally motivates them to succeed.
Adding insight and consistency to hiring and promotion decisions
To learn more about how the AcuMax Index® can help your organization to create a highly-effective and successful hiring process, we invite you to Contact Us or call us today at 844-228-6291.
The AcuMax Index is the only assessment that measures and reports on human wiring — helping managers and executives at all levels to hire with confidence and effectively build high-performance teams.