Using Data for Recruiting, Development, and Performance Improvement

Attracting and developing human capital is more critical than ever in today’s high demand, low supply talent market. With the help of data assessments, hiring managers can feel confident that they are making the best decisions about who they are bringing onto their teams. In this episode of The Forward Thinking podcast, host Stephanie Barton, VP of Marketing and Communications at FCCS sits down with a panel of experts to explore the ways that hiring managers can use data to improve employee hiring, development and performance. Valuable hiring advice comes from FCCS Consultants, Jay Lux, Vice President of Leadership & Organizational Development; Angie Coleman, Organizational Development Consultant; and Beth Oliphant, Talent Assessment Manager. Together they discuss a variety of hiring topics, from the power of utilizing data assessments, the danger of relying on intuition alone, and best practices for employing both qualitative and quantitative data when making hiring decisions that will benefit the individual, the team, and the organization on a whole.

“Data driven selection and development tools are really critical to the success of a business.” — Jay Lux

Insights Include:

  • Data is a Key Element of Hiring and Employee Succession 
  • An Overview of the Data-Driven Hiring Process
  • What's Wrong with Relying on Intuition?
  • Using Data Allows for a Good Fit Without a Biased Decision
  • Risks Associated with using Data Assessments
  • Best Practices when Utilizing Data Assessment Results

Read the full Show Notes.

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