The 7 aspirational profiles for Talents Managers

Discover the 7 aspirational profiles expected by the Talents Managers (TM)

The Regenerative Model© provides information that is crucial for identifying the company’s aspirations and, on significantly, those of the Talents. So you will be better able to align candidates or employees to be in phase with your Objectives.

You are just one step away from receiving the keys that will bring better commitment from your personnel and free up their full potential.

Challenger

The key attitudes of your ideal candidate:

  • They can handle key internal projects.
  • They work efficiently with a focus on sustainable results.
  • They are direct in their communications.

Your ideal candidate should:

  • Be open to exploring new territories / segments / markets / clients.
  • Be constantly striving for improvements (internal or external).
  • Be very motivated.

Creative Non-Conformist

The key attitudes of your ideal candidate:

  • They are comfortable in a very competitive environment.
  • They propose innovative ideas, while respecting the reality that frames your business.

Your ideal candidate should:

  • Be seeking out new trends and exploiting them rapidly.
  • Show assertiveness and be able to spread new ideas throughout the organisation.
  • Be stimulated by the dynamics of the market and suggest non-conforming ideas.

Freedom Seeker

The key attitudes of your ideal candidate:

  • Their results count more than the time they put in to achieve them.
  • They are comfortable with informal communication.
  • They can manage the objectives they have been set on their own.

Your ideal candidate should:

  • Be able to work totally autonomously and motivate themselves.
  • Have a great aptitude in terms of time and project management.
  • Be open-minded and capable of taking initiatives.

Harmonizer

The key attitudes of your ideal candidate:

  • They care about and work towards the balance and success of the team.
  • They share their ideas and feelings with their colleagues.
  • They consider internal and external communication to be equally important.

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  • Respect internal procedures and ensure that others do too.
  • Be able to adapt and make compromises so as to accommodate everyone’s points of view.
  • Be confident enough to pro-actively contact new people.

Long-term Contributor

The key attitudes of your ideal candidate:

  • They handle the business with expertise.
  • They subscribe to the company’s long-term vision.
  • Have a mature approach to work.

Your ideal candidate should:

  • Have patience and respect internal regulations.
  • Be persuasive.
  • Be able to work by project and work closely with colleagues to reach the objectives.

Socially Responsible

The key attitudes of your ideal candidate:

  • They consider social values (trust, sharing, ethics).
  • They promote a culture based around people.
  • They act as an ambassador for the company towards all the people with whom they are in contact.

Your ideal candidate should:

  • Demonstrate unshakable patience and willpower.
  • Respect the fragile balance between being disruptive and respecting the existing structure.
  • Have good leadership skills.

Success Achiever

The key attitudes of your ideal candidate:

  • They enjoy a competitive environment with strong leadership.
  • They look for regular progress and recognition.
  • They suggest disruptive solutions to reach the objectives.

Your ideal candidate should:

  • Be able to manage stress and show that they have the situation in hand.
  • Be a good listener while being able to take decisions when it’s necessary.
  • Have a competitive spirit.