Remote Workforce Analytics

Predictive Analytics for selecting, developing, leading and engaging talent

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Whether remote work is new to your organization or you’ve been doing it successfully for years, your employees likely have experienced both the benefits and the challenges of getting things done away from the office. Important questions to ask when implementing a remote workforce and teams:

  • How can the capacity to work remotely be measured and understood?
  • How can leaders adjust their management style to help employees succeed in a remote environment?
  • How can data and talent analytics assist in making better decisions for your organization?

Harrison Assessments has developed Remote Work Behavioral Competencies to help organizations maximize performance and meet the challenges of working and communicating in a remote environment. Using this unique behavioral competencies framework, there are two new competencies for:

  • Remote Productivity
  • Remote Communication

There are two versions of the competencies:

Remote Leaders who manage remote workers– Leaders of remote workers and teams can gain insights into their own management style and potential adjustments that will benefit direct reports and team members and positively impact organizational performance. (Click the image thumbnail for a larger view.)
Remote Workers — Employees working remotely can compare their own behavioral tendencies to those that are most likely to produce positive outcomes. (Click the image thumbnail for a larger view.)

Remote Workforce Analytics

While many people enjoy working remotely and do so successfully, many challenges can make it quite difficult for others such as:

  • Lack of self-discipline
  • Lack of clarity in deliverables
  • Lack of structure
  • Lack of social contact and potential feelings of isolation
  • Overwork/stress from not being able to switch off working
  • Difficulty prioritizing tasks
  • Managing interruptions from family, children, pets
  • Adapting to new technology and associated outages or lack of access to other resources
  • Managing physical and mental health

Predictive Behavioral Analysis for Selection, Development & Engagement in Remote Work Environments

To effectively identify potential development and training needs, The Remote Work Analysis Reports target three distinct areas:

  • Remote Work Behavioral Competencies (RBCs) identify specific traits needed for effective remote productivity and communication.
  • Behavioral Success Analysis (BSA) identifies an individual’s fit with the job which is the primary foundation for successful working whether remotely or in the normal work environment. Essential, desirable and traits to be avoided or derailers are revealed to show specific potential traits of improvement.
  • Engagement & Retention Analysis (Engagement) assesses the individual’s level of engagement also foundational for successful working whether remotely or in the normal work environment. Employee engagement expectations, motivations, and fulfillment gaps are revealed in 8 categories of work with detailed recommendations on coaching/mentoring.
Sample Overview for Remote Work Analysis:(Click the image thumbnail for a larger view.)
Sample Overview for Remote Leadership Analysis:(Click the image thumbnail for a larger view.)

For sample reports and additional information contact Sheryl Dawson, CEO Dawson Consulting Group, a Harrison Assessments Solution Partner for 18 years.

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