TMA Talent Assessment reports on 22 drives, 53 competencies and 44 talents. TMA Talent Assessment is positive, non-judgmental and offers all insights into talents and best career opportunities.
What are my talents? What are my personal skills and competencies? What can I learn easily? Through TMA Talent Assessment, employees get a lot of information about themselves and all that information is written in a positive manner. With TMA Talent Information, employees can easily discuss their personal development: In what areas is it going well and what can be improved? What are the perspectives for personal development? Aligning work with people’s talents gets a lot easier with TMA Talent Assessment.
Employees can use the talent information to plan their work: what is good and what is better to avoid. The talent assessment can be deployed in teams to divide work among the team members better based on talents.
With TMA Talent Assessment, managers have the major advantage of learning more about their employees. Use this talent information in a dialogue with individual employees or your whole team. The following questions can be easily responded with the information from TMA Talent Assessment:
- What are the best development perspectives for this employee?
- What work and what role can be best performed by a certain person in the team and what should better be avoided?
- How can I coach an employee to bring his skills to a higher level?
- How can I control my team based on their needs? What should better be avoided?
- What are the solution strategies that can be successfully applied in the team and what solutions are inefficient?
- How can I make sure that people in the team understand each other and cooperate better?
Human Resource Departments can use the TMA Talent Information to support individual and team management. For instance, HR can see what the main behavioral preferences of a team are. On this basis, HR can take more accurate measures to ensure that the team is moving in the right direction. HR can also search for the staff to perform certain functions, roles and/or projects based on people’s talents.
The idea of searching people based only on their knowledge and skills is becoming less relevant in today’s fast-paced world. It is also necessary to find talented and motivated people. “TMA Matching” enables HR to see to what extent one’s talents correspond to your competency profile.
Finally, HR can monitor a relation between the tasks and the talents of team members. If this difference is too large, take action!
Coaches have to deal with many types of questions coming from their candidates. It is always important to know which drives the candidates have and what their talents are. TMA talent information provides valuable knowledge for every coach to start a talent-based “coaching” program.