Vectorly is a tool that helps companies to develop professional skills of their employees. It takes a lot of time and effort to build talent development programs, especially in large corporations.

We offer a solution that allows creating a transparent process of employees' assessment and makes their development simple and convenient.

Who's using Vectorly?

  • Managers of all levels responsible for reviewing and developing employees

  • Employees to develop professionally and get feedback

These companies are already using Vectorly:

How does Vectorly work?

Vectorly puts skills assessment and development on autopilot, making the process fast, easy and transparent for all parties involved.

As a result, managers get information about individual and team competencies, while employees get understanding of their tasks and development areas.

Vectorly's main functions are:

  • Creation of skill matrices for different roles that match specific positions

  • Managing career paths for different roles

  • Review of a manager, self-review, 360-degree review

  • Skill gap analysis: both of a team and a single person

  • Recommendations for development: courses, mentors, etc.

  • The agenda for 1:1 meetings

  • Employees' profiles

  • The ability to create regular team reviews

Watch how Skill matrices module works on the video below:

Vectorly for managers

Manager's activity on the platform includes 4 main steps and monitoring meetings.

  • Step 1. Create skill matrix

    The first step is to create and determine which skills are required for each of the roles in your company, and at what level you expect these skills to be.

  • Step 2. Invite reviewers

    Now it’s time to invite the employees to start the review process. After you’ve created and finalized the profiles for each of the positions, you can invite the reviewers to start filling in the profiles of their colleagues and, of course, write a self-review for themselves.

  • Step 3. Analyze review results

    After all the reviews have been submitted, you can access the analytics to see your team’s results, along with a per-employee breakdown. This report will make it easy to determine which skills your team lacks and which skills each individual employee needs to improve upon.

  • Step 4. Build a development plan

    Once you have identified any potential skills gaps, you can start building development plans for each employee. You can select the necessary skills and set deadlines for each. For each of the skills, you can create tasks or share some reading and watching material with each employee.

  • Track each employee’s progress. Regular one-on-one meetings are the best way to do this.

Vectorly for employees

  • Professional skill assessment and reviews.

  • Work with a personal profile.

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