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In this blog, I will share my experience of helping one of the largest organizations in the world change their traditional assessment process for choosing Leaders in their company.
Long before the disruption of COVID-19, the financial services sector recognized the need to move outside of its traditional comfort zone.
In order to widen the talent pool for their early careers programs, many high-profile corporate recruiters have removed specific academic qualifications as prerequisites for applicants.
When lockdowns around the world began, those organizations with planned in-person, in-house development centers were forced to cancel them with immediate effect.
As the economy emerges from the pandemic, a workforce wracked by layoffs, job stress and digital transformation will need to have a second wind. What can employers do to help?
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Today, we thought it would be useful to provide a ‘what if’ hypothesis and showcase how data, if combined with the appropriate amount of ambition, could potentially help drive a more systemic solution
There was renewed energy and analysis on how we may equip the workforce for change more effectively (indeed, I would suggest this is what ‘future of work’ is really about).
We aim to demystify the process of assessment design, by explaining the most fundamental step involved i.e. deciding the blueprint/construct for computer-based non adaptive tests.