With the Caliper’s Advisor Competency Report for Franchisee, you will gain a concise and accurate picture of a candidate’s strengths, limitations and overall potential for the job.
The product includes:
- An elaborate report that helps with both selection and development
- A detailed analysis of the individual’s strengths and possible development areas
- Descriptions of potential competencies and representative behaviours in easy to understand terms
- A phone consultation with a consultant to explain the report’s results and its implications (accreditation in Caliper also available to allow in-house interpretation and debriefing)
- Behavioural-based interview questions to ask candidates based on assessment results in recruitment reports
- Managing for Success suggestions, which include coaching recommendations and tips for working with the individual
- A Function-Fit index and/or Caliper Consultant’s recommendation can be included
Franchisees operate one or more franchise units licensed from a larger Indian or international organisation. They use the franchisor’s licenses, trademarks, advertising, brand recognition, and proven operating methods to attract clients. In return, the franchisee typically pays the franchisor a recurring fee as well as a percentage of gross sales or profits. Even with access to these tools and frameworks, Franchisees are frequently required to set up their operation and generate business independently.
Examples of Franchisee Positions in India are:
Food Services Franchisee, Automotive Franchisee, Home Services Franchisee.
COMPETENCY AREAS MEASURED BY THIS REPORT:
Business Acumen – Franchisees make well-grounded business decisions based on a deep understanding of the company’s business models, strategic goals, and relevant policies, as well as best practices and current technologies in their own discipline or functional area within India.
Leadership Communication – They generate a shared commitment to the organisation, build morale, and encourage ownership of mission, goals, and values among employees.
Driving Results – Franchisees motivate individuals to achieve and exceed goals by establishing responsibilities, clarifying performance expectations, driving employees to meet high standards and measures, monitoring and commenting on performance, and providing timely and constructive feedback.
Influence and Persuasion – They can effectively persuade, convince, influence, or impress others to get them to support a specific agenda, make a specific type of impression, or take a specific course of action.
Strategic Thinking – Franchisees develop and sustain a common understanding of a long-term vision that describes how the organisation needs to operate in the present time and in the future.
Relationship Building – They develop active long-term professional relationships with employees based on trust: trust that they will always work toward the best interest of those involved and that they are able to get positive results.
Negotiating – Franchisees recognise key bargaining points for all parties involved and work effectively toward mutually beneficial solutions.