IBeON Infotech Pvt Ltd has been in the industry for connecting the best Candidates and Professionals with leading organizations around the world for more than 11+ years. We do this by carefully assessing our MNC Partners, Vendors, Clients, & Consultants We have worked to create the perfect match for the clients as well as the candidates it’s tricky to predict a best match, but we strive for again & again. When we find it we find the perfect match. That’s exactly what we’ve been doing at our Company. At the core of our work is the understanding that technology consultants gravitate towards IBeON because it provides a good balance between professional ambitions and personal dreams.
To find the right match, we created an assessment framework that we call the IBeON’s Competence HTD Model. Maybe you’ll recognize parts of yourself in it. If not hopefully it can help you develop your skills & increase your value as an IT professional.
We focus not only on the technical skills you might have, but also on your ability to recognize skills you don’t yet have or how you can best contribute and be a valuable team player Many Candidates are hired because of their experience & technical skills, but what often makes them really stand out is their ability to align, interact, & communicate with their team When a candidate is able to communicate well with their team it increases the effectiveness & efficiency of the projects significantly.
Our studies show that Candidates with a wide range of competencies are more highly valued this is reflected in the tasks they are given, & as a result, the potential rewards they might get when we retain IT professionals, we work to continue growing their skills sets through ongoing development opportunities.
The IBEON’S Competence HTD Model (Hire, Train & Deploy): a three ISP element approach
At IBeON Infotech Pvt Ltd we work with a structured three element model, which we use to evaluate our Candidates. This model has been extremely valuable in identifying the experts that are most likely to be successful at what they do. It can also help guide you to develop your skills as an IT professional.
The three ISP elements are:
- Industry Oriented Training
- Skills and knowledge
- Personality Development
Each element of our model has proven to be an essential element of the cases where we’ve found the perfect match, brief about three ISP elements and how it can help you maximize your potential.
Industry Oriented IT Training
Introduction to IT training uses a structured yet flexible approach to provide a holistic, solid foundation to the successful development of complicated systems.
The Training takes you step by step through the system life cycle, from design to development, production and management. You will learn how the different components of a system interrelate, and how each contributes to a project’s goals and success.
The discipline’s terminology, which can so often confuse the newcomer, is presented in an easily digestible form. Trainers introduce and synthesize key concepts, which are then reinforced with practical exercises to help you measure your learning.
This training encourages the candidates who wants to find out how complex systems can be developed and implemented successfully. It is relevant to anyone in project management, engineering, QA, logistic support, operations, management, maintenance and other work areas.
Skills and knowledge
To be a top performer, you need a high skill level and extensive knowledge about your field of expertise. That may seem obvious – but to stay at the top, you need to continuously seek new knowledge, keep developing your skills and refine your practices.
Trainings and workshops are valuable tools to expand your knowledge and learn new skills, but once again, learning by doing is incredibly powerful. By working on projects that fall outside of your previous experience and comfort zone, you learn to adapt and figure out new ways to solve problems.
Today, there are a wide range of open source projects, both large and small, that present you with an opportunity to practice new skills, acquire knowledge, and create a public record of the time and energy you have invested.
- Insight into their own strengths and weaknesses
- Ability to perform under pressure
- Holistic understanding of all elements of a project, including the non-technical aspects
- Diplomatic authority, i.e. the ability to act with consideration to all involved
- Social capacity, also known as emotional intelligence
- Grit (the level of passion, perseverance and dedication)