Adaptability is a key benefit of Facet5; it is just as useful in a corporate setting as for personal development, as Danish Facet5 practitioner John Langford has discovered in his years of using it.

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We were approached by a well-known retail client who operates in Greece and in the Balkans. The HR team was keen to use a personality profiling tool to help them identify the dominant personality traits of the participants and examine any potential gaps between their natural preferences and their demonstrated behaviours in order to help them formulate the most effective training plan for the team ongoing.

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A fast growing, global business was suffering from a substantial cost associated with recruiting the wrong people to sales roles. As a large and highly successful business working in an enormously competitive market, pressure on the sales team is always intense. Why did they choose Facet5? Facet5's Audition has the unique ability to match a person’s personality to a job role allowing an organisation to explore learned behaviours at the interview stage.

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Toyota Motors Poland engaged HR High Touch to help with ongoing recruitment projects. They needed a versatile tool to help with recruitment, talent development and team building. We worked with them on a Graduate Development Program, helping to recruit a group of students high in potential and right for the company.

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The executive team of one of Canada’s largest logistics organizations was functioning well enough to be reasonably efficient, but despite multiple weekly team meetings and the C-Suite members having known each other for many years, numerous critical business and operational issues weren’t being addressed. The C-Suite thought they were operating at optimal capacity with complete transparency but even ‘optimized’ teams have room for improvement.

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CASE STUDIES
August 2013

Developing Collaborative Work Practices

An international wholesale bank had a number of internal leadership development consultants, whose role was to develop the capability of the top 50-100 leaders....read more



OUR THINKING
February 2015

Do Opposites Really Attract?

We say “opposites attract”, but is it really true? What about “birds of a feather flock together”? Well, according to the results of our personality profiling survey, opposites do attract – well, most of the time.