New Approaches to Assessment Centres Free Workshop followed by Q & A Session
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24th May 2021
5.00 – 6.00pm (GMT)
followed by Q & A to 6.30pm
Whether your Assessment Centre is for high volume recruitment or for higher-level strategic and technical roles, for you to utilise the full potential and value of Assessment Centres (ACs), you need to ensure that your approach gets you the results that you want.
Why you should attend:
- Be enlightened with new assessment technologies for today and tomorrow
- Understand the latest effective Assessment Centre approaches
- Gain insights on how to achieve quality assessment
- Identify why many organisations get it wrong with Assessment Centres
- Learn how to get the ORCEF model to work for you
How to Ensure Effective Assessment Centres?
Vital Requirements | Max Choi
If you want your Assessment Centres to be effective, you need to work from the top down – you need both a well-designed Assessment Centre and well-trained Assessors who can objectively measure the competence of your candidates for the role.
We will show you how to take an evidence-based approach when designing your assessments, ensuring that everything is based on the real job requirements, and predicts job performance. To effectively measure what matters.
Max Choi, Business Psychologist and Director of Quest Partnership Ltd. Max has over 30 years of experience in assessment and leadership development including leading-edge research and development as well as large scale assessment centre projects. He led the British Psychological Society’s Assessment Centre Standard project and has provided many innovations in the assessment areas including the Situational Judgement Test and new approaches to assessment exercise design.