Development centres aim to match the right person to the right job and develop their potential to do the job well. This text provides practical guidance on each of the key stages for designing and implementing a programme of development centres.
This book provides practical guidance on each of the key stages for designing and implementing a programme of development centres. These aim to match the right person to the right job and develop their potential to do the job well. The book aims to remove the mystery attached to development centre design, and illustrates ways in which training or personnel managers can create their own development centre materials, competences and processes which will work effectively within their own organization. The book could eliminate the need for costly consultants. The book features: contributions from a wide range of experts from major companies; comprehensive guidance to setting up development centres from design to implementation; and a projection of future trends.
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Definitions and applications; competences; designing development centre exercises and timetables; the use of interviews and biographical questionnaires; the use of psychometric tests; feedback techniques; implementation of development centre programmes; development centre applications; cultural issues and development centres; development centre evaluations; future trends in the use of development centres.
Developing Centres by Edited by Geoff Lee
Edited by Geoff Lee
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McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
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