Attracting and retaining the millennial generation has become an essential factor to any thriving business. It is for this reason that organisations are needing to adapt their management style, revitalise their company culture and modify their expectations in order to be more appealing to their millennials.
Conventional employees are often seen as traditional, ones who like to follow the routine, and avoid work that does not have clear directions. But a Conventional employee is more than that.
An enterprising person is defined by the dictionary as resourceful, bold and initiative — But an Enterprising personality defined by RIASEC model is much more than that.
Holland’s RIASEC model puts forward that personality is key to understand work interests and it divides people into six personality-based groups, one of them being Enterprising.
What do you think of when you hear the words “a Social employee”? Someone who’s always suggesting after-work drinks or chatting with friends and colleagues?
Who cheers you up on a Monday morning, but stresses you out when you need everyone focussed on their work?
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Knowing if a candidate or employee’s dominant profile is Investigative will aid you in determining whether to hire them, their suitability for promotion to a managerial position, or even just which tasks to allocate them when working in a team.
Are your employees Realistic? Think again. We don’t mean if they give you accurate projections or delegate tasks evenly – as important as both of those things are.
No, what we’re talking about is Realistic as defined by John L. Holland in his RIASEC theory of career choices.
The following is a list of the key characteristics:
1. Global Vision