Anne was approached by a large not-for-profit (NPO) organisation to help with recruitment. However, it became apparent that the current cultural climate of the business, might not be best suited for the focus the company needed to implement to maximise its fundraising. She decided to go back to basics, and build up an accurate picture of the company as it stood, before examining how best to go about recruitment.

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Established in 1976, Fundação Dom Cabral (FDC) is a world-class Brazilian business school that develops strategic-thinking skills of executives, entrepreneurs and public-sector managers. The main objective was to generate a transformation in the participants, demonstrating how insight and self-awareness can not only influence a person’s actions and interactions, but also their career paths in the long term.

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The mentor and coach proposed implementing Facet5 TeamScape, using the workshop to build understanding, trust and tolerance within the team

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We use Facet5 in recruitment at GARD. For us it is important to have the professional expertise required in addition to a user friendly tool for the human resources department.

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A story from our network on how building understanding leads to team success.

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CASE STUDIES
September 2015

Facet5: Integrating into the Selection Process

When DSS Smith Packaging, one of Greenhill’s clients, wanted help in selecting a new sales manager, Eva worked with the sales director using Facet5 to facilitate the process. Using the personality questionnaire, Eva sorted through the applicants’ profiles and put forward a shortlist to the sales director, based on the most suitable behavioural traits for the sales environment....read more



OUR THINKING
January 2015

5 Steps to Integrating a New Leader

Integrating new leaders can be a costly, stressful, and uncertain experience. Organization productivity often declines during a leadership transition. Reduce the period of adjustment for new leaders with this five-step transition model.