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Preparing for the Future of Work: Challenges and Opportunities for Talent Management Strategy
Having a talent management strategy in times of constant change can yield numerous benefits for organizations.
Interview with Ryne Sherman
Ryne A. Sherman, Ph.D., is the Chief Science Officer at Hogan Assessment Systems. He was a professor of psychology at Florida Atlantic University and Texas Tech University. Dr. Sherman’s research on the psychological properties of situations and their interaction with personality has been awarded federal support from the National Science Foundation.
Interview with Dr. Robert Hogan
Dr. Robert Hogan, the founder of world-renowned psychodiagnostics, was an esteemed guest at the Challenges of Today’s Leadership conference, hosted by Assessment Systems in Prague.
The Most Common Mistakes Managers Make – PART 4
In the last article we discussed some managerial mistakes that damage reputation and interpersonal relationships of managers and leaders, and ultimately lead to their failure. However, that was not a full list of what research shows as the most common causes of such outcomes. Here you may find six further management mistakes, which might even be more detrimental for the managers themselves, but also painful for their employees.
The Most Common Mistakes Managers Make – PART 3
Being a manager is generally a challenging endeavor. Requirements of this role include a variety of competencies that are related to all sorts of skills from strategic and business-leading ones, those related to process and resource management, to social skills and leadership.
The Most Common Mistakes Managers Make – PART 2
They are often angry, annoyed and easily upset. They avoid giving honest feedback, but are resentful and easily irritated in private. They are overconfident and feel privileged, but avoid taking responsibility for their mistakes…
The Most Common Mistakes Managers Make
Many mangers avoid risks and are reluctant to make decisions. They rarely communicate with employees and seem distant, they also seldom admit their mistakes, but “charm their way out” of problems…
How to identify who are (or will be) good leaders?
How exactly? For example by conducting tests.
Leadership competence is an inexhaustible research theme. The results of these researches endlessly suggest us, what, when and how we should consider and measure when we are searching for good leaders.
What’s the difference between Gamification, Gamified Assessment and Game-Based Assessment?
Gamification, which has been defined as “a use of game design elements in nongame contexts” (Deterding, Sicart, Nacke, O’Hara, & Dixon, 2011, p. 1) presents one of the newest ways to improve on traditional assessment formats. The application of game elements to assessments can be split into three major categories; Gamification, Gamified Assessments, and Game-based assessments. Each method attempts to improve on traditional assessment formats, but they employ game elements in their own way by varying where they’re implemented, and for what purpose.