Values

A Different Approach to Talent Management

People Matter

Like a drop of water in a pond, one organization can make an impact on an entire industry by consistently executing strategies that rest on a solid belief system. At NobleVision Human Capital, we seek to create the strongest possible synergy between client talent needs and candidate career objectives. Our approach to talent acquisition is more like the dance of every healthy relationship in life…asking probing questions to identify needs; listening for cues unspoken; seeking solutions; and exhibiting compassion and attention to the individuals involved whether on the client or the candidate side of the equation.

By incorporating this belief system in everyday practices, we believe our approach to assisting with the people side of your business will provide bottom-line benefits to your organization as a result of:

  • Improved employee satisfaction
  • Improved employee retention
  • Higher employee engagement
  • Improved workplace environment
  • Reduced labor in new hiring selection
  • Better quality new hires

Values-Based Strategy

Values play a crucial role in shaping a positive and productive work environment. They serve as guiding principles that influence decision-making, behavior, and interactions among employees. 

Eric R. Decker | Central Indiana Soaring | Reading A Purpose Driven Life by Rick Warren

Putting our Values Into Practice

1. There's No Substitute for Ethics in Life or in Business

In a world driven by competition and ambition, the statement emphasizes the irreplaceable importance of ethical principles both in personal life and within the realm of business. It underscores the notion that success and prosperity should be pursued with integrity, transparency, and a commitment to doing what is morally right.

2. There Is No Substitute for Hard Work

In a world that constantly seeks shortcuts and quick fixes, this statement stresses the undeniable significance of hard work as the primary path to success and personal growth. It underlines the idea that genuine achievements and accomplishments stem from sustained effort and commitment, rather than relying on easy solutions or luck.

3. Individuals are a Company's Most Important Asset

Each employee brings unique skills, expertise, and creativity that drive innovation and productivity, which ultimately shapes the company’s success. The dedication and commitment of each team member play a vital role in creating a positive work culture and building long-lasting customer relationships.

4. Listening is More Important Than Talking

Developing good listening skills is critically important to creating a valuable and productive work environment.  It enables team members to more deeply understand others’ perspectives, needs, and concerns.  By allowing others to express themselves, we can build stronger relationships, make better-informed decisions, and create a more inclusive and collaborative environment.  You will be surprised how productivity and customer satisfaction will improved by developing this one simple skill across your organization.

5. Relationships are the Foundation of Business

Creating an environment where managers and employees are motivated to build strong personal and business relationships is crucial for a company’s bottom line, because it leads to higher employee engagement, improved job satisfaction, and reduced turnover, resulting in cost savings associated with recruitment and training. Additionally, these relationships facilitate better collaboration, problem-solving, and the sharing of valuable insights, ultimately driving increased productivity and profitability for the organization.

6. Serving Others Provides the Greatest Satisfaction

Fostering a business culture centered around serving others not only strengthens relationships with customers, partners, and employees but also aligns the organization with a purpose-driven mission that can lead to higher customer loyalty and trust. This focus on service often results in improved brand reputation, increased customer retention, and enhanced employee satisfaction, ultimately driving sustainable business growth and success.

7. People Are More Important Than Dollars

People are more important than revenue to the organization because it is the collective talent, dedication, and creativity of individuals that generate revenue in the first place. Prioritizing people’s well-being, development, and engagement not only leads to higher revenue but also builds a strong foundation for long-term success and sustainability.  Most business leaders approach this in reverse by holding onto a belief that revenue must come first before any attention is focused on the needs and well being of the employees.