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Chrm Message From: troger Total Posts: 21 Join Date: 03/10/2006
Rank: Executive Post Date: 10/01/2017 05:36:01 Points: 105 Location: United States
Do you have a matrix or grid to evaluate the strength and areas of improvement of workforce? 

Chrm Message From: priyanka Total Posts: 86 Join Date: 03/10/2006  
Rank: Manager Post Date: 10/01/2017 05:41:34 Points: 430 Location: United States


If I understand your question correctly, then suggest you opt for SWOT analysis. 

S = Strengths (internal)

W = Weaknesses (internal)

O = Opportunities (external)

T = Threats (external)

This process captures information about your internal strengths and weaknesses as well as external opportunities and threats. Key to completing your SWOT analysis is to treat your career as a business and yourself as a competitive product. 

What would a personal SWOT assessment look like? 


I'm very creative. I often impress clients with a new perspective on their brands.
I communicate well with my clients and team.
I have the ability to ask key questions to find just the right marketing angle.
I'm completely committed to the success of a client's brand.


I have a strong, compulsive need to do things quickly and remove them from my "to do" list, and sometimes the quality of my work suffers as a result.
This same need to get things done also causes me stress when I have too many tasks.
I get nervous when presenting ideas to clients, and this fear of public speaking often takes the passion out of my presentations.

Similarly, either you can stop here else define the Opportunities and Threats as well.

Hope this clarifies.


Chrm Message From: Afifa Total Posts: 1 Join Date: 03/10/2006  
Rank: Beginner Post Date: 14/03/2017 10:29:04 Points: 5 Location: United States

 PeopleQlik’s workforce administration solutions allows HR to spend less time on managing employee’s records. Its tracking competences let your HR department to eliminate paper work related with workforce management.

Chrm Message From: Rachel Stinson Total Posts: 11 Join Date: 03/10/2006  
Rank: Executive Post Date: 28/05/2019 07:30:05 Points: 55 Location: United States


Staff evaluation is really important.Here below I am quoting some staff evaluation techniques and methodoligies,these are very helpful in identifying the loop holes in performance of your employees and highlighting their expertise:

 Assesments of employee: These assesments should be done considering real work scenarios to effectively identify the strengths and skill gaps.

Key performance indicators: Set the specific key  indicators to be measured according to your businees type.These are very effective in evaluating which employee is not giving output at which area.And which area is the employee expert in.

360 Degree Reviews: Feedbacks about the performance of an employee from direct reports of employee ,managers and peers ,customers and clients etc. The best part is it also includes the feedback from the employee itself.Employee surveys can be used for the purpose.

Observations:They bring out the real story infront of you.Its very effective

Benchmarking top performers:This will also help to identify the needed skills for additional success of the company




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