Performance Management and the Core Values Index

June 21, 2012 | Jenni Proctor
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Each person has a core value. Our core values comprise our basic personal value systems and define how we make decisions as well as our behavioural patterns. It helps individuals understand their inner self and what influence their personalities. By assessing one’s core values, managers will be able to understand employee behaviours. Unlike other assessment tools, the CVI goes beyond personality evaluation and is capable of exposing ones motivational drivers, communication techniques, learning pattern and weaknesses.

The CVI is an outstanding assessment tool which can help managers and decision makers in predicting a worker’s potential for excellent performance. It is a simple assessment tool which is used by many companies in performance management to help employees achieve self awareness.

The CVI is a great performance management tool which is ideal for employment pre-screening and performance appraisal of employees. The assessment requires just ten minutes to complete, and provides an accurate picture of the core motivational drivers of a person. Results are obtained quickly online.  Taking time to fully understand these results with a trained CVI coach will empower you to use your core strengths, build on them and further develop the less dominant areas of your core value system.

This simple assessment tool has been evaluated over many years and is proven reliable and accurate. It has a reliability repeat score of 94 percent. This makes the CVI a unique assessment tool. Unlike commonly used personality tests, the CVI can reveal one’s unadapted nature.

Companies and individuals who have used the Core Values Index as part of their performance management have greatly benefited and have dramatically increased company revenue, improved employee retention and have created highly productive workers.

To learn more about how your company can benefit from the Core Values Index, contact Clarity Career Management.

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