Properly chosen psychodiagnostics can help better map the personality, abilities, motives and potential of the candidate or employee. In many cases, this knowledge can significantly speed up and refine.
Psychodiagnostic testing will ensure a higher degree of objectivity of the acquired knowledge and offer extended possibilities of comparison with general standards or a specific comparative group. It can also help you better identify individuals capable of exceptional stylization or hidden talents among candidates - and more consistently guard your return on investment in recruitment or development.
This training will give you a comprehensive and realistic overview of the possibilities offered by psychodiagnostics and psychometry in HR. We will introduce the specific tools you can use to transform and more effectively use the information gained during the recruitment phase into the next stages of the employee cycle across personnel activities. You will be able to try some of the personality and performance psychodiagnostics methods yourself. This gives you the chance to become a true talent management expert!
You can enroll in the course as part of certification RACR® - Recruitment Academy Certified Recruiter.
(You can enroll in the course as part of certification RACR® - Recruitment Academy Certified Recruiter.)
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Eliška is a Chief People Care Officer at GoodCall where she has been working since company's foundation. She is a graduate of Psychology and Andragogy at the Faculty of Philosophy at Charles University, where she still teaches two subjects - Psychology in personal management and Adaptability of people to changes in working conditions. For more than 10 years she has been working in the field of psychodiagnostics in recruitment and personal development in internal HR but also as an external consultant.
Barbora graduated in Psychology at Faculty of Philosophy at Charles University in Prague. In her thesis she elaborated the burnout syndrome of academic staff which she further describes within her current doctoral studies. She has been working in various consulting companies since 2012 - in Deloitte she worked on managerial position in the field of education and development and currently she leads a branch of the company SHL, which focuses on application of psychodiagnostic tools in recruitment and evaluation of employees.