Teaching Takes Talent
Science-based Solutions for Education
That students are our future is a cliché we’ve always taken for granted. But what does the future look like in a time when educational institutions are struggling? Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, more than one-third of U.S. adult learners tabled or cancelled their educational plans. Meanwhile, tuition discounts have spiked, and enrollment has plummeted. These issues — plus educator shortages, demands for better diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts, and the impending retirement exodus of facilities staff — mean educational organizations have a lot of talent problems to fix. The good news, though, is that solutions exist, and they’re based in science.
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The number of U.S. teachers who leave the profession annually for reasons other than retirement
The number of people in the U.S. who dropped out of higher ed in the past two decades
How We Can Help
Retain Educators and Students
With student enrollment and graduation rates on the decline and more than 35% of higher-ed leaders saying their institutions don’t retain their best talent, educational organizations would be wise to consider new solutions to retain both their educators and their students. Using personality assessment, we can help you cut turnover by as much as 60%.
Improve Diversity and Inclusion
A survey of 15,000 surgical faculty in the U.S. found that 77% of full professors and department chairs are white, and less than 25% are women. Incorporating personality into your talent strategies can help your organization build and retain a diverse workforce and create lasting cultural change so employees are included and heard.
Learn to Use Soft Skills in Selection
Whether your organization is struggling with the shortage of candidates for skilled-trade or other staff positions or the shortage of educators, a smaller talent pool means a more challenging selection process. Do you know how to identify people with the right soft skills for the work you need them to do? We can teach you.