How do you measure energy for impact at individual, team or organisation level?
Organisations are normally pretty good at measuring experience, expertise and personality. However, when it comes to measuring the level of impact an individual might have in a role, this often proves very difficult.
This is where The GC Index ® provides a game changing experience through measuring energy for impact across five proclivities – areas where we as individuals are naturally energised and engaged.
These five proclivities* suggest individual differences in the following ways:
Strategists: Bring energy to making sense of patterns and trends in events and data; looking for causal
Game Changers: Bring energy to new ideas and possibilities; to creative thought
Play Makers: Bring energy to seeking consensus in groups that leads to shared endeavour
Implementers: Bring energy to delivering tangible outcomes
Polishers: Bring energy to improving processes, products, solutions
I have recently become an accredited GCologist with The GC Index® and my company is now an accredited partner >>> The GC Index – summary slide
This is amazing tool that measures the energy for impact across the business cycle. It is now in use in over 2,000 organisations across 50-plus countries. It is unlike anything I have ever used before, and opens up so many possibilities to add value to clients – from recruitment to organisational development, from transformation to M&As, and from diversity & inclusion to welfare.
The GC Index ® enables organisations to create a language and framework that aligns the impact and contribution of all their people to business processes and outcomes.
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The GC Index® is an Organimetric (organisation metric). It measures the real and potential impact
that everyone can make to a role, team and/or organisation.
The GC Index® augments and complements existing HR and Talent data. This enables organisations to
drive better people decisions based upon the impact and contribution their people can actually make.
It enables organisations to:
- Gain unique insight on people impact
- Improve business outcomes
- Create a common language across
- Increase individual performance
- Increase team performance
- Make more informed and accurate
The GC Index® Organimetric provides a common language and framework that identifies five key ways (we call them proclivities) in which people can make an impact to a role, team and/or organisation.
It is a language and framework that delivers a foundation of impactful collaboration throughout an entire organisation across all levels. Truly driving an inclusive workforce and culture.
The GC Index® provides an inclusive framework that shows how everyone’s contribution and impact is valued.
This results in game-changing teams, cultures and powerful productivity enhancements.
The GC Index® is delivering positive impact across multiple sectors across the globe:
- Helping individuals identify how they make their game-changing impact
- Giving leaders the tools to remove unconscious bias and create teams
based on diversity of impact that will drive success
- Reducing the risk of failed hires for organisations
- Giving organisations the tools to drive measurable business outcomes
This tool is a major enabler to the following business processes >>>GC Index Business Areas Supported
The GC Index®. Authors: Dr John Mervyn-Smith, Nathan Ott and Professor
Adrian Furnham with guidance from Nigel Evans
The GC Index® grew out of a practical need by corporations to identify ‘Game Changers’. Those individuals who had the capability to transform corporate/business functioning to some degree; to initiate and drive
This need was the subject of many conversations between senior corporate executives and consultants from the business insight and talent firm eg.1. These conversations led to a series of research projects described below and, with them, the development of The GC Index®, an instrument that was, initially, developed to identify ‘Game Changers’.
The complete framework now describes 5 proclivities- not independent- for making an impact and contribution in the world of work. The GC Index then, measures proclivities not competence.