Pick your situation:
- You are a business owner and you are hiring an employee or employees
- You have an important project and you need to assemble the best team and you’re not sure how to do that
- You are an HR professional, and the people you are hiring are not working out, and you need to know why
These are a few we’ve thought of, and we are pretty sure there are more ways you’ll discover where you can and should use DISC to understand someone’s style and how the person will fit with your business.
The use of analytics like the KITE DISCtest24/7 has grown in recent years as the world recovers from economic turmoil. Why? Because the cost to make a mistake is just too high. Misfits cost us money. We need a tool that will help us spot a misfit BEFORE we hire them or add them to a team.
I am working with a client who made a mistake in hiring a few months ago. My client thought the new hire was a good match for the business. He had sales experience in a number of industries. My client had a gut feeling the new hire was a good fit and spent many hours training the new hire in the product and introducing the new hire to existing clients. In other words, setting the new hire up for success.
My client was super surprised when complaints about the new hire started rolling in rather than orders for the products. Another shocker was when the new hire failed to show up at appointments. A little over 90 days from hiring, the new hire was out the door. That amounted to thousands of dollars in payroll, the value of my client’s time, stressed out co-workers, and other expenses. It was a disappointment for my client!
Needless to say, we are going to use analytics and the KITE DISCtest24/7 to understand the top three applicants as my client takes steps to replace the misfit.
The complexity that is an integral part of humanity can be understood when we use readily available tools. We’ve all had to work with a misfit at some point in our lives. When we avoid the misfit situation, we are all happier and our business runs more smoothly. Isn’t peace of mind worth it to you?