12 May 2011

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A Dozen Myths of Psychometric Assessment

Adrian Furnham discusses limitations of psychometric assessments and why you should base selection on knowledge and skills, rather than relying on costly psychological tests.

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1 September 2016

CRF Prague: Introducing Our Pre-Conference Masterclasses

We are delighted to supplement our two-day conference with five masterclass sessions led by experts in their respective fields. These sessions will be highly interactive with a strong focus on recommendations, offering attendees practical takeaways to help drive business performance. Starting at 16.30 on Wednesday 12 October, and lasting 90 minutes, we highly recommend you register for one of these masterclasses to ensure you make the most of your time with us in Prague. The masterclasses will be run by the following organisations: OrgVue, Duke CE, IMD, KPMG and Mercer.

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14 July 2016

Progress - Issue 4: Talent management - a critical management process in disrepair

Within this fourth edition of our e-magazine - Progress – Jay Conger, Henry Kravis Chaired Professor of Leadership Studies at Claremont McKenna College in California and Senior Research Scientist at the Center for Effective Organizations (CEO) at the University of Southern California, discusses the current disrepair of the talent management field.

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19 October 2012

International Conference in Athens: Creativity & Innovation - interview with Professor Adrian Furnham

Keynote speaker of the 'Creative and Innovative People' session at CRF's 4th International Conference in Athens, Professor Adrian Furnham discusses how companies can improve the creativity of their people.

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11 June 2011

Assessing People for Senior Jobs - Post Meeting Review Notes

Senior executive assessment is now a critical issue because many organisations do not do this well, and have to live with the consequences. The workshop focused on the report’s findings and how breakthroughs to improve current practice can be achieved. Understanding the three Cs of senior assessment – context, content and culture – is an essential starting point.

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8 April 2011

Executive Summary: Assessing People for Senior Jobs

This research report reviews the changing role of leaders and the importance of context, culture and job requirements when selecting them. It examines what criteria should be used for assessing leaders and provides an overview of assessment tools and methods.

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8 April 2011

Assessing People for Senior Jobs

This research report reviews the changing role of leaders and the importance of context, culture and job requirements when selecting them. It examines what criteria should be used for assessing leaders and provides an overview of assessment tools and methods.

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  • Talent
  • Career Management
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