Reduce Risk and Improve Accuracy
The demands placed on leaders are increasingly dynamic yet leader assessment and development strategies have not kept pace. Many organizations still rely on subjective opinions or a static set of leadership capabilities to evaluate and place leaders in new roles, reducing impact and increasing risk.
Nearly half of all leaders who move into new roles fail to meet their objectives.
Accelerate Leader Performance and Impact
Develop and prepare leaders for changing roles by evaluating leader attributes and experiences in the context of strategic challenges they will face. Leverage agile leadership talent processes to increase diversity, accelerate time to impact and drive performance.
Leverage SHL’s innovative, research-based approaches to create a holistic, person- or context-based view of leader readiness and fit. Proven frameworks, including SHL Leader Edge, accurately assess, benchmark and develop leaders to maximize business impact.
Two-thirds of leaders are not adapting quickly enough to meet their strategic or business goals.
Manage leader talent pipelines dynamically in response to evolving business needs using a proven, scalable approach.
Leverage context-based people insight to match leaders to challenges and increase prediction of leader success with up to 3x more certainty.
Business Results Focus
Maximize speed to impact by leveraging an industry-leading approach that increases role readiness and potential for success.
Make more effective leader placement and succession decisions by leveraging the power of context.
Maximize leader impact on enterprise performance by redefining leadership to encourage network capabilities and behaviors.
Create success profiles to define the context in terms of critical business challenges leaders are likely to face.
Assess leader readiness and fit with a multi-dimensional assessment approach—high touch or low touch.
Accelerate leader performance through tailored leadership development to deliver business impact faster.
Source: SHL and Gartner research.