I believe that the right talent in the right roles is the engine of high-perfoming companies. So too, does our latest client The Chemistry Group.
One of the books that has most influenced me is called “From Good To Great” by Jim Collins, in which he studied the traits of high performing companies. Chapter Three is titled, “Who… Then What”. The basic premise of this is that “good-to-great leaders” begin transformation by finding the right people, then figuring what to do with them. In other words, the right talent in the right roles is the engine of high-perfoming companies, over and above anything else. It’s something I absolutely believe in.
So too, does our latest client The Chemistry Group. It believes that everyone should have the opportunity to be brilliant at work. And it has the behavioural and data scientists, and technology to help match people to roles by predicting their performance with stunning accuracy.
They liked us, too. Roger Philby, CEO at The Chemistry Group, commented, “Fanclub really impressed us as an agency that shares both our business values and ambition to help everyone thrive at work. Fanclub was able to demonstrate its expertise with a clear strategy to convey a compelling narrative and build our position as a trusted talent strategy partner to today’s top business leaders”.
Good chemistry, you might say. Onwards to great work, then.