by larger organisations as a part of the recruitment process, Assessment
Centres are considered the most reliable form of selection method.
you for an assessment centre, our consultants will review and provide
you with the opportunity to practice the key components of an assessment
centre, which are outlined below.
You will be presented with a business situation where you will be
asked to analyse and make certain judgements or to prioritise business
Often the case
study will form the central core of the Assessment Centre with many
of the elements below structured around it.
You will be given a situation to role play and asked to play out
the scenario with a consultant. Your performance will then be assessed
against particular competencies.
You will be asked to make a presentation usually 10-15 minutes duration
either on a new topic or based on the case study. A question & answer
session usually follows afterwards.
Depending on the type and nature of the role personality or ability
tests may be utilised. Ability tests usually consist of verbal &
spatial reasoning and numeric. You will receive feedback on these
and be given the chance to discuss.
There are two main forms of group discussions; firstly where a group
of approximately eight people are assigned roles and role-play the
scenario presented. The second is where a topic is given to be discussed
and the discussion is allowed to evolve. In either situation observers
are present to evaluate the performance of each member of the group.
questioning with focus on a very specific area of the business.
The 1st interview will have already occurred in most instances.
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