Chartered Management Institute – Spotting the game-changers to drive your business forward

Chief Psychologist, Dr. John Mervyn-Smith, talks about The GC Index and says that “employers will benefit from gaining an empirical assessment of just how their staff work and what makes them tick. For the last three decades, talent development has focused largely upon identifying those individuals who have the potential to make hierarchical progress,” he said. “By definition this approach has been elitist and exclusive, which leaves organisations and individuals missing out”.

The GC Index defines talent as the contribution that an individual can make to a team and organisation, regardless of hierarchical position. It is inclusive regardless of demographic. Moreover, while it focuses upon an individual’s inclinations and strengths, it also provides practical insights into development.”

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