OnRole and OnRole for Health Care measures behaviors associated with:
Leadership, Communication, Decision-Making, and Execution
When evaluating talent, many assess style and personality. Though style and personality are important, they are not reliable predictors of behavior.
In fact, research indicates that people often unknowingly abandon their typical style when under stress. Additionally, because all styles can be found in successful professionals, there is no base-line measurement to compare between styles.
OnRole provides a reliable and systematic approach to identifying and measuring the four core professional dimensions throughout the organization:
Leadership is about influence in an organization. The key to fostering strong leadership is encouraging individual employees to practice behaviors that extend positive influence.
Organization charts and fancy titles count for next to nothing.
Ineffective communication is the single greatest source of dysfunction within organizations. Productive relationships are characterized by clear, effective communication, both with internal and external stakeholders. It is a critical competency and responsibility of every employee.
The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.
Every decision has a ripple effect that influences outcomes on individual as well as organizational levels. Therefore, it’s critical that each employee is equipped with the tools to analyze their decisions and ensure they align to the organization’s goals.
The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity.
Organizational success depends on an individual’s ability to consistently initiate and perform in the context of their own job duties, strategic plans, departmental operational initiatives, customer satisfaction programs, and overall development strategies.
However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the results.