BETTER USE OF TALENT
Do you want to gain more insight into the motivations and dynamics within your team? Do you want to know the innate talents of your employees? Is there a need for more connection and better collaboration? Do you want a tool to stimulate and monitor the development of your people? Do you want better team performance? We can help. In a practical, thorough way and with powerful tooling.
DRIVEN BY INSIGHT
Sustainable organizational development requires talented, driven and committed employees. Creating better performing teams starts with insight in the motivations and competencies of people and the mutual dynamics in the team. This creates understanding and connection. From there, we help teams to develop their qualities and better divide the roles and responsibilities to make better use of everyone’s talents.
THE ODC-TALENT SCAN
ODC stands for Odin Development Compass. The ODC is a measuring instrument for mapping someone’s unconscious motives. The ODC is unique because it matches consciously developed competences with unconscious motives. Thanks to the ODC talent scan you can get a clear picture of strenghts and unused talents. And that’s necessary, because on average people appear to not use 35% of their talent.MORE ON THE ODC TALENT SCAN
WORKSHOP TALENT INSIGHT
With the ODC, personal or joint feedback and a half-day team workshop, we give teams a powerful boost in their development and collaboration. Employees are working on their development in a fun and accessible way. And they gain insight into each other’s talents and pitfalls and what they need to achieve better results together. Want to know more? Contact us through the button below or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.ASK FOR A FREE INTAKE
15 min online assessment
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workshop talent insight
“The workshop is organized in a way that everyone feels free to talk, feels understood and doesn’t judge. The aim is to let a group of colleagues share in their experience, and to learn from each other’s potential with both theory and exercises. It is not common to achieve this degree of genuine openness and trust within a group of colleagues! ” Giovanna – workshop participant