Total Engagement Exercise
This exercise is designed to give you practical experience in using the Four Quadrants Matrix to differentiate your employees and to make plans for managing them in the future. Use the Four Quadrants Matrix above as a framework to assess your direct reports in your current workplace. If you have no direct reports, use a group of individuals with whom you are familiar. Create a Talent Engagement Chart, like the sample chart below, with a row for each employee. Include an introduction and a conclusion Include 4 to 6 employees from your workplace in your chart List and clearly define the core values you will use to assess your employees Use first names only and change the names if you wish For each individual, create a row in the chart Your task is to select one Quadrant for each employee and to indicate the placement that you chose in the Type column. Think carefully about the core values of your company and use them to assess these employees. Describe the companys core values in your Introduction. Then write a Rationale statement of 4 to 6 paragraphs, explaining why you positioned each person in the selected quadrant, assessing their work and describing how well they align with the core values. Also indicate your plans for managing each employee in the future. In writing your Rationale, use the sample statement on the next page as a guide. Finally, in your Conclusion, sum up the benefits of using the Talent Engagement tool. Talent Engagement Chart (sample) Employee Type Katelyn Type 1: High Values, High Performance Jacquelyn Type 1: High Values, High Performance Shannon Type 3: Low Performance, High Values Sabrina Type 3: Low Performance, High Values Cherie Type 4: High Performance, Low Values Glenn Type 2: Low Values, Low Performance
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