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Leadership Effectiveness

Source: Top Companies for Leaders®. Research Highlights

Great leaders are integral to the success of any organisation. Leadership talent is one of the most critical business needs in the modern workplace and should be at the top of every employer's agenda.

Aon Hewitt can help you build an organisation with strong leadership and high retention through competency-based leadership assessment and development programs including:

  • Engaging Leaders development
  • Manager effectiveness
  • High potential program development
  • Leadership team selection and assessment - Adept-15™

Learn more about our Engaging Leaders concept

We invite leaders to an inspiring program, where:

  • They become more aware of their roles and responsibilities in building an engaged organisational culture
  • They will have a clear picture about their current abilities in engaging others and where they need further development
  • They will feel an inner drive to internalise a new way of thinking and feel the urge to change their leadership behaviours accordingly
  • They will feel supported by each other along the way
  • The will receive practical tips and tools which enables them to confidently implement the key-learnings of the program into their daily operations

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Based on many years of consulting and research, Aon Hewitt has set out to define what it means for a leader to be effective. We rigorously examined more than nine million individual employees' opinions in our Global Research Database, collected from more than 1,000 companies. Aon Hewitt's Top Companies for Leaders® study- first run in 2001- is the most comprehensive, global research piece on leadership in the market allowing us to examine the link between leadership practices and financial results.

In our consulting practice, every day we conduct interviews with leaders of highly engaged teams in almost every part of the world as well as running focus groups with employees in highly engaged teams.

What makes a leader effective?

To learn more on how Aon Best Employers cultivate Engaging Leaders visit: bestemployerseurope.aon.com/en/

Adept-15

Aon Hewitt's Adaptive Employee Personality Test (ADEPT-15) is a scientifically-based assessment designed to accurately uncover 15 unique aspects of an individual's personality to help organizations hire, promote, and develop the very best talent.

ADEPT-15 harnesses Aon Hewitt's deep expertise in providing industry-leading human resources solutions with advanced science-based technology, to deliver a one-of-a-kind tool for assessing current and potential employees. It assesses 15 unique aspects of personality-grouped into six styles-that are critical for successful performance across organisational roles.



Learn more about our ADEPT-15
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With we keep your leaders engaged in their own development.

At Aon Hewitt, we investigated the critical experiences, beliefs and behaviours of leaders across the global to identify what differentiates truly engaging leaders from the good ones. We know that truly engaging leaders are heavily involved in their own development. SpringMe application provides online gamified learning and community management to strongly engage leaders in their own development.


The tool provides

  • Individual tasks
  • Gamified learning
  • Network of peers
  • Circle of trust
  • Constant feedback
  • Competence review
  • 2.0 dialogue
Learn more about our SpingMe application.
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2017 Trends in Global Employee Engagement

Employee engagement is falling. With the rise of populism and rapid increase of disruptive technologies, organisations are being challenged in unprecedented ways. To survive the volatility of 2017, they will need to make tough decisions on how to engage their employees and save their business. Find out how engagement is trending in each region, and why engagement scores are collapsing

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