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Mobility, Empoyability &
Workforce Agility

Who will be able to adapt and who won't?

Why TalentLogiQs for Mobility

Are your clients caught off guard by some of their talented employees' career decisions? Do they want to know who is ready for the next step? Do they want to predict the impact of their people decisions on individual mobility? And do they wish their employees were more pro-active about safeguarding their own employability by being more mobile? Do they feel like some of their employees need that extra nudge to take a much needed leap? TalentLogiQs gives you the answers and tools to manage all of these mobility challenges.

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No more
stability

Our tools are backed up by the latest scientific research. Our tools guarantee high predictive validity, so you can make people decisions with a real impact.

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Employability
is key

Employees have become the captains of their own careers. Taking their perspectives into account in your talent management approach will earn your organization long-term relationships with its employees.

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Self management
is a must

Workforce agility is key to adaptability. And employee development is central to this. Our tools offer far more than a diagnosis: they show you how to make development happen.

MOBILITY, EMPLOYABILITY & WORFORCE AGILITY

Our solutions

Find out the solutions for Mobility, Employability & Workforce Agility.

Career Fitness Profiler

Sometimes it is clear to all but the employee that taking a leap is what would be best for both the organization and the employee. (Internal) mobility can be scary. The Career Fitness Profiler is an individual report based on a respondent's answers to an online questionnaire. This instrument measures career values, the degree to which the respondent is actively managing their career, and their current energy levels. The Career Fitness Profiler breaks down what is holding the employee back and how they can overcome limiting beliefs and anxieties. Sometimes people just need that extra little bit of support to take ownership of their career.

Certification training can be provided either in open sessions or in-house.

Career Discovery Traject

It enables dialogue about the link between employability and mobility. The Career Discovery Trajectory clarifies the role of the manager and gives them impactful tools to facilitate mobility. Help shift your organization's talent culture towards greater career satisfaction and self-management by offering the Career Discovery Trajectory to your talent.

The Career Discovery Trajectory is a collective approach that facilitates individuals taking ownership of their careers. An evidence-based tool is integrated in the group approach. The Career Discovery Trajectory helps employees to actively take responsibility for their own careers, with the ability to both ensure their own career satisfaction and safeguard their employability. The Career Discovery Trajectory lays out the rules of the game on the current job market, and fosters dialogue about the connection between employability and mobility. It clarifies the role of the manager, and provides them with effective tools to facilitate mobility. Help shift the talent culture of your clients' organizations, for great career satisfaction and self-management.

"Train the trainer" certification training can be provided either in open sessions or in-house.

Talent Review Profiler

The Talent Review Profiler solution offers a dashboard to consider both individual perspectives and that of the organization when making people decisions. Data is collected through an online questionnaire filled out by employees and their managers. The interpretation of this data is then presented in a clear dashboard. Spare your clients getting blindsided by their talent's career decisions. Get an evidence-based outlook on potential and risks within the talent pool. Clearly identify when to talk to whom, and about what. Make evidence-based and impactful people decisions to secure the future of your clients' organizations.

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Case study
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