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Assessment Center Methods

35th International Congress on Assessment Center Methods

October 20-21, 2010 | Singapore

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General Sessions

Rethinking Assessment Centers: Multiple Variations to Meet Multiple Needs - William C. Byham, Ph.D., Development Dimensions International (DDI), United States

Contextual Issues in the Research and Practices of Assessment Centers* - Professor David Chan, Behavioural Sciences Institute/Singapore Management University, Singapore
*Presentation not available

Fifty Years and Counting: The Ongoing Reciprocal Impact of Science and Practice of the Assessment Center - George C. Thornton III, Ph.D., Colorado State University, United States

Concurrent Sessions

Untangling the Effects of Candidate and Assessor Race and Gender on Assessment Center Ratings - Alyssa Gibbons, Ph.D., Colorado State University, United States

Fourth Generation Development Centers: A Fast Track to Developing Potential in Asia - Gina Marescia, Catalyst Consulting, Hong Kong

The Use of Assessment Center Methodology to Select Personnel in the Oil and Gas Industry - Jodie Holwill, People Solutions, Australia

Cultural Intelligence (CQ) Assessment - Thomas Rockstuhl, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Computer-based Simulation Technology as Part of the Assessment and Development Center: A South African Review - Jan van der Westhuizen, Experiential Technologies, South Africa

Assessment Centers for Selecting President's Scholars - NG Ee-Ling, Civil Service College, Singapore, and YEO Whee Jim, Public Service Division, Singapore

Using Assessment Centers to Facilitate Collaborative, Quasi-standardized, Industry-wide Selection: Lessons from Medical Speciality Placement in the UK - Rosalind Searle, Ph.D., and Volker Patent, Ph.D., The Open University, United Kingdom, Deborah E. Rupp, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States

Accelerated Development: Introducing Collaborative Centers - Sandra Schlebusch., LeMaSA, South Africa, and Gerhard Roodt, Ph.D., University of Johannesburg, South Africa

Using Assessment Centers as a Human Resource Tool in an Economically Stressful Environment - Leehu Zysberg, Ph.D., Tel Hai Academic College, Israel

Using Assessment Center Methodology to Accelerate Executive MBA Leadership Development - Jeffrey Kudisch, Ph.D., University of Maryland, United States

Competency Assessment and Handling Post-Assessment Data - Seeta Gupta, Ph.D., Institute of Management Technology, India

Constructing Simulation Exercises with Validity and Fidelity Under Diplomatic Situation - YUN Woo-je, Office of Diplomatic Competency Assessment, MOFAT, Korea

Going Global? Using Assessments to Support Global Talent Growth - Kevin Cook, Ph.D., Development Dimensions International (DDI), United States

Assessment Centers for Leadership Assessment and Development in the Uniformed Context - TOH Shi Min, Singapore Police Force, Singapore

The TELKOM Assessment Center: Twenty Years of Identifying, Developing, and Promoting Talent - Faisal Syam, PT TELKOM, Indonesia

New Ways of Rating Performance and Behavior in the Assessment Center - Susanne Burgstaller, Ph.D., usolvit consultants, Austria

An Internet Platform to Enhance Quality and Efficiency in Complex Assessment Environments - Mirjam Britsch Lehmann, papilio ltd., Switzerland, and Andreas Lohff, cut-e gmbh, Germany
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