UK Assessment Centre Conference 2014 Downloads

The UK Assessment Centre Conference took place on the 25th & 26th November 2014. Click here to download the programme > >

Tuesday, November 25th, 2014

Welcome and opening address by Phil Wilson, Civil Service Fast Stream

Keynote 1:

Filip Lievens, Ghent University -“Stirring Things Up in Assessment: Towards Hybrid Assessment Centres”

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Breakout Session 1a:

Janice Caplan and Carolyn Ponder, Scala Associates -“How virtual simulation brings leadership assessment and development ever closer to reality.”

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Breakout Session 1b:

Hannah Hemmingham and Marija Potter, IBM – “Assessing for Outcomes not Inputs”

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Breakout Session 1c:

Elaine Yerby, University of East London; Duncan J. R. Jackson, Birkbeck, University of London – “Centres of Opportunity: Supporting Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Graduate Employability through Assessment Centre Rehearsals”

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Wednesday, November 26th, 2014

Keynote 2:

Liam Forde, Founder and CEO of The Zone -“Changing the game to meet the demands of a rapidly changing world

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Breakout Session 2a:

Andrew Geake and Dunstan Arthur, CEB-SHL Talent Measurement Solutions – “Technology-Enabled Assessment Centres – a Framework for Evolving Practice”

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Breakout Session 2b:

Lucy Buck, a&dc and Kim Bolton, Hasbro – “How assessment centre methodology can add significant value to identifying and developing leaders in a VUCA world”

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Breakout Session 2c:

John Milsom, Wickland Westcott – “Value = Benefits / Costs”

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Quality Standards for Assessment Centres:

Helen Baron, Independent Consultant – Panel: Max Choi, Charlie Eyre, Nigel Povah and Steve Whiddett

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Keynote 3:

Colonel Tim Sandiford, OBE, President of the Army Officer Selection Board (AOSB) – “It doesn’t seem to have changed much” – How the Army Officer Selection Board has kept pace with the challenge of the ever more complex operating environments.

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Breakout Session 3a:

Paul Smith, Penna – “Drivers for utilising technology at assessment centres”

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Breakout Session 3b:

Steve Whiddett, WHE UK Ltd – “35 years of evolution in designing and delivering ACs”

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Breakout Session 3c:

Max Choi, Quest Partnership – “Adding Value when Rapid Assessment Centres are Requested”

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