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Assessment Center Methods

40th International Congress on Assessment Center Methods

October 26-28, 2016 | Bali, Indonesia

GOVERNMENT TRACK


The Use of Assessment Centre Methods in Selecting and Developing Strong Leaders: An Experience of the Indonesian Financial Authority – Lasmaida S. Gultom, Indonesian Financial Authority

Finding the Best Leaders: Best Practice Assessment Centres of C-Level Executives in an Indonesian State-Owned Company – Sidharta Tedja, SHL Indonesia

The Impact of Assessment Centre Methods on Managerial-Leadership Selection and Development in the Philippine Career Executive Service Board – Maria Anthonette Velasco-Allones, Career Executive Service Board

The Implementationn of a Holistic Competency Assessment Framework in the Indonesian Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing Chitra Mardi Rahayuningsih, Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing

Assessment Centres for International Singapore Scholar Selection – Peow Yeong Pang, Singapore Civil Service College

TECHNOLOGY TRACK

Online Assessment in Indonesia: Past, Present, and Future – Kevin Thompson, ASI Asia Pacific

Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence, and Augmented Reality: What Does the Future Hold for Assessment and Development Centers – Martin Adams, Propel International 

Making Assessment Centres Millennial Friendly – Martin Lanik, Ph.D., Pinsight

RESEARCH TRACK

LeadershipLAB as an Integrated Assessment Centre Program: A Preliminary Study in an Indonesian University – Henndy Ginting, Ph.D., Maranatha Christian University

Proposed Core Competencies and Empirical Validation Procedure in Competency Modeling-Confirmation and Classification – Ann Baczynska, Ph.D., Kozminski University

Organizational Contexts Relate to the Choice of Assessment Exercises? – Caitlin Porter, Ph.D., University of Houston, & George C. Thornton, III, Ph.D., Colorado State University

Using Generalizability Theory to Investigate the Psychometric Property of an Assessment Centre in Indonesia – R. Urip Purwono, Ph.D., Padjajaran University

The Psychologist in an Assessment Centre: Their Strategic Role and Challenges – Prof. Dr. Fendy Suhariadi, Airlangga University

CASE STUDY TRACK

The Role of the Assessment Centre to Support 35000 MW Program – Wisnoe Satrijono, PT PLN (Persero) Corporate University

How Assessment and Development Centres Improve Postive Work Behavior – Aria Arayana Parasian Siregar, Bina Potensia Indonesia

Critical Event Simulation Methods for Assessing Security Candidates – Elly Yuliandari, Ph.D., Surabaya University

Assessment Centre Practices in Japan – Masahiro Tohyama, Management Service Centre (MSC)

GENDER AND CULTURE TRACK

Assessment Data, Gender, and How to #LeadLikeAGirl – Tacy Byham, Ph.D., Development Dimensions International (DDI)

Assessment Centres for Indigenous Participants: What Do I Need to Consider? – Kim Solomons & Philipp Seiler, People Solutions Australasia


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