Selection - Choosing the Right People

Choosing the right people is good for the organisation and for the individual.

People have strengths in different areas. They are more engaged and satisfied if they are in jobs that focus on using those strengths.  They perform better and are more likely to stay.

Hiring people who are ‘above average’ in critical skill areas is likely to give significant productivity increases.

We use a range of job analysis techniques to clearly identify the critical job performance criteria.  Working with you we choose from a combination of researched and validated selection tools such as psychometric testing, interviews, and assessment centres to get the best selection outcome.

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Client Feedback

Comments from our post-workshop survey

'I thought the workshop was excellent. Sue was able to "win over" my more sceptical colleagues, and she was able to provide some additional insight. I don't think that anything could have been improved as it achieved an appropriate balance of challenging the participants without overwhelming and therefore losing participants."

"Sue pulled the whole day together really well. She knew when to prompt and when to just let the conversation just happen. I'd recommend to others"

"Sue has a friendly and non-assertive presentation style that lets participants open up in a very non threatening environment. She is a great listener and works the content to meet the needs of the group and individual"

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