Wingfinder provides actionable insight that brings value to recruitment and development.
Red Bull Wingfinder evolves the strengths-based approach of positive psychology by providing individuals with a balanced view that focuses not only on top strengths, but also on overused strengths and potential blind spots, according to four key areas of professional success.
Connections measures how you manage relationships and how you manage yourself.
Creativity measures how you adapt, create alternatives and seek out novel information or experiences.
Thinking looks at your ability to reason abstractly and solve complex problems.
Drive measures your motivation, ambition and self-discipline towards pursing goals and handling setbacks.
Developed using user centric design, Wingfinder provides two separate, individualised reports:
The Feedback Report talks to the individual and offers personalised coaching advice to help the recipient leverage their strengths and manage their weaknesses. The report describes real-world, practical steps users can take to drive career success and includes embedded video content with coaching advice from world-class athletes who share the same strengths as the Wingfinder user.
The Talent Passport talks about the individual in a one-page report summarising the users' strengths. The Passport is designed to be included alongside a CV. Typically, CVs give potential employers an overview of what the applicant has done, while Wingfinder gives insight into how they have gone about it and how they are most likely to achieve future success.
With Wingfinder included at the beginning of the selection process, you can instantly see which applicants are more likely to be successful. Ideal for smaller companies, recruiters can use a web-based portal to view each applicant's overall Wingfinder score and report. For larger organisations, Wingfinder is already integrated with 16 major applicant tracking systems; custom integrations are also possible. This offers a simple, fast and compliant solution in line with standards required by organisations both local and global.
When Wingfinder is used during the recruitment process, potential risks can be identified in advance of the hiring decision. This insight can be used to create stronger, individualized onboarding and tailor-made development plans from day one leading to an enhanced overall employee experience.
As Wingfinder is free of charge, its placement at the beginning of the selection funnel is easily justified. This allows all applicants to complete Wingfinder, highlighting individuals that are more likely to be successful as they proceed through your selection funnel. Wingfinder assesses basic requirements, necessary for all companies, in all knowledge-based roles uninfluenced by information shown in a CV which may create unintentional bias.
Elevate candidate experience
Wingfinder provides the opportunity for all candidates to receive valuable feedback and personalised insights through the 19-page Feedback Report. This in turn helps candidates through the rest of the selection process and onboarding with your company or further target their job search. Wingfinder seeks to add value and deliver a positive experience to all applicants, not only those who proceed in the selection process. A highly engaging experience, 93% of all users that start the Wingfinder assessment complete it.
Wingfinder for Development
Wingfinder is used by many organisations globally ranging from the world's largest recruiting companies such as Randstad, to tech startups to your local courrier service. Wingfinder is an important component for many organisations' employee development programs offering personalised and actionable self-insight, adding value throughout action planning and development processes. Universities are also using Wingfinder to assist students in their career guidance.