Presenting the Assessment Center, explaining the tests, moderating and supervising. We help you take care of your most important asset: PEOPLE! 5. Rules for observation . At the moment in which you begin the observation of behaviors you must take into account a few aspects: You must observe facts and avoid judgments. You must focus on the skills and characteristics previously defined. You should observe the reactions of the participants. You must record as much information as possible (textual phrases…) All observers must use a common format for collecting information in order to later be able to consolidate what they have observed in a more agile way.
Techniques you can use in an Assessment Center. This is the core of an Assessment Center, the tests you will use. There are different modalities and their use depends, fundamentally, on the skills you want to evaluate. Moreover, in many cases, the same test can be used to observe more executive list than one ability. Let's see some examples: Presentations . It is based on the preparation and realization of an individual, personal presentation based on specific instructions. It is usually useful to evaluate: Self-confidence, Self-control, Impact, Communication, Persuasion or Results Orientation. Case Study . In this test, the preparation and realization of a practical case with qualitative and/or quantitative information that the evaluated person must consider is requested. Useful for measuring.
Analytical Thinking, Global Vision, Planning, Results Orientation or Customer Orientation. Group discussion / Group Dynamics . These tests present the group with a problem to be resolved or a decision-making process based on a group discussion approach. With these discussions or dynamics, the following are evaluated: Teamwork, leadership, Impact and influence, Flexibility, Communication or Self-control. Questionnaires and tests . It is a tool that allows measuring specific skills based on the selected questionnaire. Role-plays and simulations . In these tests you will ask the participants to play predefined and differentiated roles and, in many cases, the observers actively participate by representing one of the roles. It is used to measure Leadership.