Hear from Suzanne Courtney as she presents three of the most important influences on the future use of assessment in the aviation industry.
Using assessment to attract talent
It is clear that the aviation industry needs to attract more high quality talent – and this is the case across all roles from cabin crew, to those on the flight deck and those on the ground in more technical and digital roles.
By building talent assessment early into the hiring process, better fit talent can be encouraged to apply. To this end, assessment has a dual role to play; to engage, attract and provide a realistic insight to the job, and also to check the applicants’ interest, motivations and capabilities for the job.
Put the right leaders in place to lead change
The aviation industry is undergoing rapid digital technology change. The leadership behaviors needed to navigate such a change are probably different than those currently drawn on by leaders. We need people who can manage virtualized teams successfully, engage in digital communication, and encourage learnability, curiosity and agility in the teams.
Develop internal talent
We think it will become increasingly important for aviation-related businesses to look inward at the talent already in-house, making use of the transferable skills and developing new skills as needed. It Businesses can begin to look at the roles at risk of automation and retrain, reskill and redeploy those current job holders for new and emerging role in which they can have a significant and positive impact.
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