Hire, Develop, and Lead a Successful Remote Workforce
PSI’s remote worker assessment tools are built on decades of proven science and years of experience working with organizations around the world to build and optimize their remote workforces.
By measuring the competencies most tied to success in a remote work environment, our tools are able to predict performance and provide personalized guidance for hiring, coaching, and employee development throughout the entire talent life cycle.
Take a Closer Look at Our Remote Work Assessment Suite
Hire Top Talent That’s Best Fit For Offsite Success
Make better, more efficient hiring decisions for remote job roles. Our Remote Worker Selection Reports provide insights related to each of the competencies for success, as well as an overall fit recommendation.
- Snapshot of Remote Worker Competency Profile
- Overall Remote Worker Fit Recommendation
- Score for Each Remote Worker Competency
- Optional Competency-Based Interview Guide
Provide Valuable Individualized Employee Development
Help employees build awareness of their strengths and development gaps when it comes to working in a remote environment. Our participant reports and individual development guides are powerful tools for engaging employees and providing actionable recommendations for improvement.
Hire and Develop Strong Remote Managers and Team Leaders
Just as not all employees are naturally a good fit to work away from the office, some managers may need to focus on developing certain skills in order to lead effectively and maintain productivity in a remote environment. Our Remote Manager Assessment Tools are designed to help guide your candidate selection decisions and development initiatives for line managers.
- Remote Manager Selection Reports
- Remote Manager Individual Development Guides
Want to learn more?
Blog: Quickly Adapt To A World Of Remote Work
We’ve gathered our resources for leading remote teams, hiring remote workers, and remote proctored assessment. We hope these will be helpful as you make important decisions regarding the best path forward for your organization in these times of rapid change.
Blog: So, You’re Leading A Remote Team During A Crisis. Ask Yourself These Four Questions
Leading a team is never easy, and becoming a leader under sudden remote circumstances is its own beast.
Blog: 6 Tips And Tricks To Continue Working Remotely, Successfully
Organizations have to ensure that employees continue to feel heard and feel visible to avoid sliding behind the inevitable remote work curtain. Successful remote work requires consistent effort, so I will share six practical tips that can help remote workers continue to feel visible and effective from afar.
White Paper: Leading Remote Teams – New Trends and Challenges for Managers
Remote work is expected to continue to rise even after the pandemic subsides. With this shift, managers will need to understand how to work remotely themselves as well as how to lead a team with less structure, fewer opportunities to communicate and collaboration enabled by technology.