In practically every company in the US, 20 percent of employees are still doing 80 percent of the work. So often, the other 80 percent get looked at as underperforming, when really they are just in the wrong position.
We have a hiring system that reveals the kind of position a person is designed for based on their core unchanging nature, and then matches them to a position within a company where they will be a top performer.
We are revolutionizing the way companies handle their greatest assets: optimizing the talent they have, and positioning them to only hire the right people. We are demonstrating the effect of having a top performer in every seat, but more importantly we are empowering people to be top performers.
Our story has laid the groundwork for our work with clients. Our company looks very different today than it has in the past. It didn’t happen in a day, but systematically and over time.
What emerged was the intangible success of the hiring system: A team of top performers understanding each other so intimately that we are able to anticipate each other’s reactions to daily challenges. So, if you hear us get excited about the possibilities for your company, it is because after 30 years in business, we are convinced that your people are your greatest asset. Finding the right people, and empowering them in positions they are designed for, has transformed us individually and as a whole.
There is a list of tangible successes at The Resource, but the smiles are our favorite.
I daydream about helping families of refugees have a home and start a new life.
My playlist has some twang to keep me grounded with my farm boy roots.
My first job was washing airplanes at the local airport to pay for flying lessons. #girlpilots
VP of Staffing
My first job was as a golf cart jockey. I met Michael Jordan there and loaned him 50 cents to buy a soda.
Director of HR & Coaching
At 95, I’ll be in Mexico, with a margarita and my hubby.
I daydream about a mid-life crisis tattoo, any ideas?
VP of Support Services
I wanted to be a cyclist when I grew up, but then realized I wouldn’t be able to eat whatever I wanted.
Director of Professional Recruiting
When I am 95, I am gonna be a professional shark tooth collector.
My first job was as a flight attendant. Did you know a hot paper towel in a foam cup to a baby's ear relieves pressure? ;)