At Winsborough, understanding personality is part and parcel of what we do. We rely on a deep appraisal of a leadership candidate’s unique qualities — in terms of skills, talents, and personality traits — to help managers and executives build dynamic, results-oriented teams.
Hogan assessments are remarkably reliable, accurate personality measurement tools for predicting success in the workplace. At Winsborough, we use Hogan tools to help our clients target and select the right talent, develop critical skills in existing team members, and accentuate and reinforce the qualities that are part of great leadership.
We would like to wish a wonderful New Year to all current and future partners of Winsborough. As we celebrate the close of what was a very eventful 2017 and look ahead to 2018, we’re excited for the future of leadership across industries in New Zealand.
Teams are the foundation of successful modern businesses. And the ways in which those teams are assembled, structured, and managed can lead to either continued frustration, or reaching greater heights.
International thought leader Dave Winsborough is headed back to New Zealand after spending the last two years in New York City as Vice President of Innovation at Hogan International.
We’re delighted to announce that our founder, Dave Winsborough, is heading back to New Zealand to promote the release of his new book “Fusion: the psychology of teams”.
Our Future Trends event returned for a second time in August after a successful first year in 2016. Exploring the theme of talent we took the opportunity to engage with a range of inspiring guest speakers and delegates.
Last month the Future Trends conference saw successful events held in both Auckland and Wellington.
Our recent Future Trends conferences in both Auckland and Wellington saw a raft of great ideas shared on our theme of talent.
Nothing your business does is more important than identifying and developing talented people. Getting the right people into leadership roles is essential to success so understandably, competition for talent is fierce.
However, many businesses continue to use flawed systems to find and place high-potential individuals. Few people are good at understanding their own or other peoples’ talents, and yet most companies rely simply on intuition when deciding key roles. To effectively tap into and develop potential within your workforce, you need smarter tools.