Monthly Archives: June 2016

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Assessment/ Development Centres- can you manage without them?

The easy answer is yes, of course. How you choose to select staff for entry level recruitment, promotion or further development has to suit your organisation, and some don’t feel that an assessment centre (AC) is necessary. However, if you examine the issue more closely, there can be more to consider. With both scientific research [...]

Assessment/ Development Centres- can you manage without them?2017-05-19T11:01:43+00:00

Should your company be a fan of Job Simulations?

A Job Simulation is a ‘mock’ exercise, one that replicates key aspects of the role or level (e.g. supervisor). The job simulation doesn’t have to be exactly like the role (there’s far too much to most jobs to cram into one exercise!) but it will reflect key elements of it. For instance, if a core [...]

Should your company be a fan of Job Simulations?2017-05-19T11:01:43+00:00

Competencies or values- which framework works best?

Most successful organisations use competency and/or values frameworks to set expectations on preferred behaviour and attitudes of staff. But what is the difference? Is one better than the other? How should they be used? Can they be wrongly used? The difference between values and competencies? Values- these are the beliefs over what is important or [...]

Competencies or values- which framework works best?2017-05-19T11:01:43+00:00