Employee Benchmarking

This article applies to users of Business DNA looking to use insights for benchmarking and role alignment.

Common Questions:

How can I use Business DNA Insights to create role benchmarks?

How can I use Business DNA to get align roles to talents on my team?

Solution Overview:

This article addresses how to use DNA Performance Insights to improve your benchmarking and role alignment


Talents and Roles are the Foundation for building a Strong Culture:

Business DNA provides powerful behavioral insights to identify and predict the strengths, struggles, and work habits for all members of your team. Role alignment, aligning the people in your organization to the available roles is the ultimate way to build a strong culture.

Role Benchmarks: Scalable and Customizable:

Work with a behavioral coach or consultant to benchmark applicants against over 1,000 benchmarks available in the Business DNA Subscriptions or the Business DNA API to determine their behavioral fit to a role and your organization.  We work with you to model your top performers in a role and look for key behaviors that are critical for success. We then define a benchmark for new hires and good interview questions to help you hone in on the best candidates for that work.

You don’t need to rely on a busy hiring manager’s gut feeling to get the right people. Let us help you use a scientifically backed system to identify key behaviors need for your jobs.

Align each employee to their zone:

When people are “in the zone,” they tend to do their best work. With Business DNA, you can craft a role that aligns your team and corporate objectives with the way each person is naturally wired to work. This results in higher productivity, engagement, and satisfaction for both employees and the company.

Avoiding Burn Out:

When people try to work outside their natural talents, they get burned out. Flexing one’s style is possible and necessary to manage differences with others and be a true team player, but flexing to do the core behaviors required of one’s job is a recipe for frustration, disengagement, low productivity, and burnout. By aligning roles to talents, the best managers get the most from their people in a way that feels supportive and respectful and leaves employees engaged and with a sense of accomplishment.


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