Workforce Lifecycle Analytics supports partner organizations in two ways; through individual assessment and through aggregate assessment and listening strategies.
TALENT – First, Workforce Lifecycle Analytics partners with organizations to support them in becoming better and more productive through their workforce.
Workforce Lifecycle Analytics helps match the right person for the right job, ensuring better employee performance through scientifically validated selection methods. Similarly, provide an avenue for employee development to further cultivate the current workforce (from individual contributor to executive). We provide the insight needed to make strategic and data driven talent management decisions through the use of our in-house predictive analysis methodology.
LISTENING – Second, WLA supports organizations to keep their finger on the pulse of their organization through various listening strategies.
We partner with our clients to gather feedback across the workforce lifecycle and various inflection points from entry to exit. We can inform leaders and shine light on various blind spots to make the organization a more fulfilling place to work and in return, more productive.
Workforce Lifecycle Analytics Leadership
As founder of WLA, Brandon leverages his experience in talent and organizational development to help businesses grow. Prior to WLA, Brandon worked for Willis Towers Watson, IBM, Kenexa, and Batrus Hollweg Intl. Brandon has a BA in Psychology from the University of North Texas and an MA in Industrial & Organizational Psychology from the University of Tulsa.
Chris is an entrepreneur, investor and the co-founder of multiple technology start-ups. He has consulted with a wide variety of Fortune 1000 companies, agencies, non-profit and academic institutions. Chris received his BA in Psychology and his Ph.D., I/O Psychology from The University of Tulsa, where he is also faculty.
Katie leverages her expertise in the design, measurement, and analysis of employee assessments and organizational surveys, and regularly facilitates clients’ employee survey action planning and feedback processes. Katie earned her MA and a Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from the University of Tulsa.
Workforce Lifecycle Analytics Values
There are five principal values at the center of all WLA operations. These guide us not only in our everyday operations, but in our overarching goals as a business.