Selecting & Developing Top Performers using Harrison Assessments

  • 21 Aug 2009
  • 15:00 - 17:00
  • Shinagawa Intercity Front Bldg. 3F ("L" Meeting Rm), 2-14-14 Kounan, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0075 (Map: http://www.deskat.net/insti/shinagawa/map.html)

Registration

FULLY BOOKED! (Send us an email to express your interest in attending future runs of this seminar.)


Resource Person/Facilitator: Jun Kabigting, Managing Director, HR Central K.K.


How many times your company hired someone who has all the eligibility for the job, including the right education, training and experience, but that person just did not eventually perform well?  

If your organization is typical, you’ve had this experience many times and thus have experienced what we aptly call the hiring paradox. This tells us that there are other significant factors, other than eligibility, that help determine job performance.

In this infoseminar, you will learn those other factors that significantly affect job performance and incorporate them into your selection and hiring process to help you find, hire, and retain top performers not by chance but by design. The workshop will also introduce you to the concepts and fundamentals of the Harrison Assessment (HA) methodology---one of the world's leading and credible assessment and profiling tool designed to assist in the selection, hiring, and development of employees.

Don't hire someone yet until you have come to this infoseminar! The knowledge you can gain from this might just make-or-break you and your company!

Who Should Attend

  • Recruiting Professionals (in-house or 3rd party)
  • HR Heads/Directors
  • Hiring Managers
  • Talent Managers
  • Business Owners and Executives
  • Or, any one who is interested in finding the right talent for the right job!

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