A PROVEN METHOD OF MEASURING IMPACT FOR ALL PEOPLE
All too often people are put into roles that they are not best suited to, where their personal energies and capabilities are not aligned with the needs of the job.
Getting the alignment right can be the difference between ‘Good’ and ‘Great’ organisations. It can also be the difference between retaining your best people and losing them.
Organisations have based talent decisions largely on things they can assess – experience, expertise/qualifications and personality. As a result a huge number of individuals, who could have been perfect for a role, have been overlooked because they don’t have the right experience or qualifications.
The GC Index® is the only framework that provides a proven method of measuring impact for all people. It is helping:
- Individuals identify how they can make a game-changing impact
- Leaders remove unconscious bias and create teams that will drive success
- Organisations to drive measurable business outcomes
For the first time ever, organisations have a common language to understand the impact of all their people and so can organise them more effectively.
HOW DO WE DO IT?
The GC Index® has created a common language and framework. This identifies five key ways individuals make their impact.
These individuals see the future. They engage others with a clear direction that brings focus to action.
These are the individuals who generate the ideas and possibilities that have the potential to be transformational
These individuals focus on getting the best from others, individually and collectively, in support of agreed objectives.
These are the individuals who get things done. As leaders they shape strategic plans and deliver tangible outcomes
These individuals create a future to be proud of. They focus on making things better, continual improvement, and the pursuit of excellence.
COMMON LANGUAGE OF IMPACT AND CONTRIBUTION
For the first time ever, organisations have a common language to understand the impact of all their people and so can organise them more effectively to:
- Increase productivity
- Gain competitive advantage
- Drive transformational change