CEB Identifies Anatomy of the New High Performer
Employees Who Are Immune to Change, Willing to Collaborate and Able to Apply
Sound Judgment Thrive, but They Are Scarce in Today's Volatile Work
ARLINGTON, Va., Dec. 20, 2012
ARLINGTON, Va., Dec. 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- CEB (NYSE: CEB), the leading
member-based advisory company, has released its annual Executive Guidance,
which identifies the critical competencies employees must embody to thrive as
high performers in today's volatile work environment. These employees are
immune to paralyzing complexities of change, willing to collaborate with a
broad range of individuals and able to apply sound judgment in an increasingly
knowledge-based role. CEB found that high performers are scarce in the
current workforce and most employees lack the ideal mix of skills and
competencies to achieve their employers' desired outcomes.
"Employees today have more ambiguous objectives and are working with larger
groups of stakeholders, making both flexibility and the ability to collaborate
'must-have' competencies for companies seeking higher levels of performance,"
said Conrad Schmidt, global research officer, CEB. "Important business
decisions are also being made lower in the organization, putting an even
higher premium on good judgment. Building the next generation of
high-performers will require organizations to cultivate these skills within
their employee base and to be keenly aware of the dramatic shifts occurring in
today's work environment."
CEB analyzed the drivers and performance of more than 20,000 employees across
more than 40 organizations globally and identified 10 competencies that, when
exhibited together, set high performers apart from their co-workers:
1.Ability to Prioritize
2.Works well in teams
4.Effective Problem Solving
7.Ability to Influence
8.Effective Decision Making
To learn more about the new high performer and how to help your team thrive in
today's work environment, download CEB's Executive Guidance 2013 or visit us.
CEB is the leading member-based advisory company. By combining the best
practices of thousands of member companies with our advanced research
methodologies and human capital analytics, we equip senior leaders and their
teams with insight and actionable solutions to transform operations. This
distinctive approach, pioneered by CEB, enables executives to harness peer
perspectives and tap into breakthrough innovation and improvement without
costly consulting or reinvention. The CEB member network includes more than
16,000 executives and the majority of top companies globally. For more
information, visit www.executiveboard.com.
Contact: Shannon Eckhart, CEB, +1-571-303-4508, firstname.lastname@example.org
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