The Benefits of Leaders Asking Powerful Questions

Match Associate Skills and Talents to the Role

A successful company is one that celebrates its associates. Get your team members’ strengths right. Match those with the needs of your organization and you can consider yourself a winner.

People are coming from so many different perspectives in the business world and have so many different backgrounds that it’s very important to get to know who they really are, what they’re good at and what they’re really comfortable with. “PCI’s main focus is to get to know the associates that we deal with everyday whether that’s family and their interests outside of work, we really want to know what makes everybody tick,” Jeff Hecker, PCI Associate says. Understanding their main motivation helps you, as a manager, get the right fit between job requirements and the person who’s most capable of accomplishing them.

At PCI, we’re looking for the right natural environment for success and if it takes somebody switching positions into an entirely different department, we’ll do that. When you come to work and you’re comfortable with what you’re doing, it shows. It actually resounds off of all the clients that we deal with, with your co-workers, supervisors, you’re just at ease with what you’re doing and it’s natural. It’s so easy to come to work when we know we’re so perfectly fit for our jobs. The more comfortable you are at your job, the better your results will be and the more determined you’ll become to perform even better.

Now, if a manager gets this equation right, they have all the chances in the world to  put together a powerful team. Imagine a company in which most associates excel at what they are doing. This is perfectly possible. How? Just match associates’ skills to the job requirements!

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