Business assessments are a powerful tool for tracking the health of your business. As a business owner and entrepreneur, you know how important it is to constantly assess your progress to grow- an assessment can help you do just that. 

If you thought assessments could only be used for lead generation or at the end of a program or offering to get feedback, think again! Agolix by Assessment Generator has the tools to help you focus on specific areas of your business. Track progress, performance, employee morale, and outside perception – all with a business assessment! 

Here are the top 3 ways to dive in with business assessments:

1. Identify Strengths and Weaknesses

Business assessments can help you identify both your strengths and weaknesses and those of your company. Where do you shine? Where could you and your business use some improvement? Through an assessment and the data you receive from it, you can better understand where your organization is excelling and where it is not. Do you want to share those results with senior leadership or even employees? Knowledge is power, and with that information, you can start to make some changes for the better.

Who is this type of assessment fit for? Almost anyone! If you’re a coach, small business owner, or even a solopreneur, you could offer this type of assessment to your employees – or others who work closely with you and your company, such as trusted advisors and partners.

Top 3 Ways to use Business Assessments

2. Develop Strategies for Success

The assessment responses you gather can be used to develop key strategies that will hopefully build on your organization’s strengths and address its weaknesses. Furthermore, you could create an assessment to gather market data. By better understanding your market, your competition, and your direct customer needs, you can more accurately develop strategies to achieve those customer objectives.

If you’re a coach, you can measure progress to set your clients up for success. Also, what better way to generate leads than to show your customers you truly understand them and the current market landscape? Now that’s a strategy we can get behind!

3. Measure and Manage Change

Change is inevitable, but an assessment can help you better prepare and manage it. What area of your business do you need to make a change in first? How satisfied are your customers? Perhaps you offer your current clients an assessment asking what types of future programs or offerings they’d like – if any – from you. What a great place to start building new services from!

You can also use an assessment to track client progress over time – at Agolix, we see this commonly among coaches. Guess what – this is also a great idea for your business! For example, offer assessments when employees are onboarded and then again at different intervals. You’ll be able to track employee progress and perception of your organization and discover potential gaps and concerns before they can become a larger issue. Employees may feel more comfortable communicating with you via an assessment tool rather than bringing up potential concerns in person.

Business assessments are a valuable tool that can help organizations grow and succeed. Are you ready to try creating one for yourself? Get started here today!

Cindy Sideris

Cindy Sideris

Cindy Sideris is a NY-based writer passionate about engagement marketing and an expert on online assessment strategy.