What is an Assessment Centre?

An Assessment Centre is a rating process which is designed to minimise as many forms of potential rater bias as possible and to ensure that each participant is given equal opportunity to demonstrate ability across a range of standardised situations. A formal Assessment Centre should consist of a standardised evaluation of behaviour based on multiple inputs.

The Assessment Centre Process

We undertake a multistage process in order to design Assessment Centres. It is critical that we are able to spend time in the business to really understand the key behaviours that are evidenced by your people, ultimately allowing us to understand exactly what we need to illicit and replicate from the Assessment Centres. This time would be invaluable in allowing us to see the hard and soft skills, culture and behaviours at work.

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