FRONT END ANALYSIS
Often times what appears to be an obvious remedy to address performance issues turns out to be ‘band-aid’ treatment. To ensure you implement the right resources, with the right people at the right time, conduct a front end analysis to systematically analyze performance gaps, identify the true nature of the gap, and implement suitable performance solutions to achieve your desired results.
With this information you will be able to identify the right performance solutions (e.g. systems, processes and training) to support employees as they work towards achieving desired results.
By completing a front-end analysis you will be able to answer the following questions:
What gaps exist between required behaviours and current performance of the employees?
How are work environment factors either enabling employees to perform as needed or disabling them from doing so?
What organizational strategies/actions are required to change current performance to achieve the business goals?
We at Lewco Consulting believe mentoring is the key to not only satisfied, fulfilled, loyal, and committed employees but there are significant benefits to the company and organization who integrates mentoring into their culture. It’s not for every company – only for those organizations that want to attract, keep and empower their employees to become highly productive, motivated and successful contributors.Mentoring, when well designed, properly implemented and adequately resourced can:
Lewco works with clients to develop customized mentoring programs that are strategically aligned and built to survive!
Attract and retain talented employees
Develop people- both mentor and mentee
Facilitate career planning and progression
Reduce "silo mentality"
Increase the return on your investment in learning and development and reduce turnover costs
Cost effectively developing the talent, teamwork, and leadership necessary to survive and prosper in the future
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