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Assessments

We provide a proprietary and validated assessment on 28 attributes of great communication using sight, sound, and language understanding

candidate selection

Candidate Selection

Looking for a competitive advantage? Our ability to measure soft skills unlocks a new and definitive way for you to select the best candidates.

performance prediction

Performance Prediction

From pro sports player analytics to sales hiring teams, we can help you identify the attributes of top performers, so you invest in the right people.  

people analytics

People Analytics

Talent analytics can dramatically improve the way you identify, attract, develop, and retain talent. Using communication skills as an input improves your data and helps you make better decisions.

organizational benchmarking

Comparative Benchmarking

Leverage the world's largest dataset of individual communicators, we can help you benchmark, analyze, and improve your organization's strengths, skill gaps, and opportunities. 

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Recent Thought Leadership

4 Truths About Employee Training and Retention

With the tight job market and the high cost of recruiting and training new hires, employers should be looking for every advantage available to keep employees engaged and productive. So what's holding them back?

 

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The Most Important Skill to Build into a Talent Pipeline

Study after study shows that, while communication is the most important skill to look for in a new hire, it's also among the most difficult to find. How can organizations ensure their benches are stacked with skilled communicators?

 

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3 Ways Behavioral Analytics Will Transform L&D

When it comes to improving communication skills across the company, L&D leaders are desperately seeking efficient, cost-effective solutions that can drive personalized improvement for the entire team.

 

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“Everything measured, improves.” —Peter Drucker