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2013 ICACM and ACSG Conference

Assessment Centre Methods: Sustaining Evidence-based Talent Management

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Wednesday, 13 March 2013

 

David Bischof and Bill Byham - How to identify, develop and retain leadership talent

Mary-Joe Emde - Feedforward: A neuroscience approach to feedback

 

Alyssa Gibbons, Dan Hughes, Deon Meiring and Jürgen Becker - Evidence-based practice when evidence is sparse: Research gaps and what practitioners can do about them

Brian Hoffman -

Petrus Nel - Introduction to Assessment Centres

Aletta Odendaal - Coaching as a tool for personal and professional development: Towards a model of practice-based evidence

 

Sandra Schlebusch - Introduction to Development Centres

 

Thursday, 14 March 2013

 

Official opening by Bill Byham

Opening address by Geeva Pillay - South Africa's national development plan 2030

Plenary session by Martin Lanik - IGNITE: Technology-enabled Assessment Centre 2.0: Where is the evidence?

 

Keynote address by Brian Hoffman -

Keynote address by Mary-Joe Emde - Neuroscience of feedback

 

Open Space Session 1

David Bischof - Talent management and succession planing at executive level - a Development Centre project

Wilma Botha - Removing the lamp from under the bucket:  Nurturing talent in a person-centered Development Assessment Centre

 

Scott Erker - From measurement to analytics: Methods for applying evidence-based management and advanced analytics to Assessment Centre programmes

Vuyani Muleya, Linda Fourie and Sandra Schlebusch - Ethical challenges in Assessment Centres within the South African context

Ceri Neilson and Pieter Möller - Do traditional Assessment Centres cater for the recruitment of the millennial generation?

Elizabeth Vasquez - AC based leadership development that works

Meitriani Dian Utami - Preparing our future leaders, an insight from Assessment Centre results

Anthony Wilson - Staying healthy and avoiding burnout in the helping process.

 

Open Space Session 2

Eugene Lurie - Who brings you profit - your boss or your teller? (Line and top management competencies as predictors of business outcomes in a bank)

Rhulani Makhubela - Competency-based assessments for senior management service (SMS) members in the South African public service

Gerdi Mulder - Trait activation theory: A practical application

Vuyani Muleya, Linda Fourie and Sandra Schlebusch - Ethical challenges in Assessment Centres within the South African context

Gert Roodt, François de Kock and Sandra Schlebusch - Criteria, practices and ethical pitfalls when selecting assessment instruments for your Assessment Centre

Joe Ungemah - Engaging participants in assessment: A choice of fidelity

Jan Van Der Westhuizen - Advantages of technology in evidence-based talent management

 

Friday, 15 March 2013

 

Keynote address by Bill Byham - Where Assessment Centres are going and how they will get there: Improvements in selection / promotion accuracy and development success

Keynote address by Alyssa Gibbons and Dan Hughes - Evidence-based practices in Assessment Centres: Strengths, concerns and challenges from a global survey

Plenary session by George Thornton - Talent managment and alternative centre models: Construct validity evidence for different Assessment Centres for different purposes

Plenary session by Leon Van Vuuren and Sandra Schlebusch - Ethical Assessment Centres: Theory, principles and cases

 

Open Space Session 3

Martin Lanik - Test Drive: How Assessment Centres are emerging at the forefront of talent management

 

Sari Lehkonen and Stéphane Vanderveken - Legal constraints of running large-scale Assessment Centres in the European public sector (presentation available upon request from acsgsa@gmail.com)

Jeanne Olivier and Christelle Van Rensburg - 360 Evaluations: Does it add value to the Assessment Centre process?

Aldira Meyer - Increasing work engagement through knowledge sharing intervention

Klaus-Peter Müller and Gert Roodt - Content validation: The forgotten step-child or a crucial step in AC validation?

Danie Oosthuizen and Kim Dowdeswell - Using external benchmarking to determine the components of an organisation's Assessment Centre that add the most value in identifying potential

Daniel Pichl and Laszlo Reisch - Developmental assessment practices at Siemens: Lessons learnt and trends for the future (presentation available upon request from acsgsa@gmail.com)

Lou Van Beirendonck - Enriching Assessment Centres with appreciative inquiry: Creating opportunities for talent

 

Open Space Session 4

Antoni Barnard and Vuyo Nako - Construct validity of a managerial Assessment Centre

Pieter Bronkhorst - Internet-based AC and potential: Evidence to predict functioning at increasingly complex levels of work

Scott Erker - No passport required: Effectively implementing Assessment Centres across borders

Jeanne Olivier - Assess for success: How competency-based interviews can add value to your Assessment Centre

 

Gert Roodt, François de Kock and Sandra Schlebusch - Criteria, practices and ethical pitfalls when selecting assessment instruments for your Assessment Centre

Sandra Schlebusch and André Gouws - The design and implementation of a collaborative Development Centre for training professionals: A case study

Johan Struwig and Kim Dowdeswell - Assessment Centre reliability and the role of participant motivation: Does it depend on task?

Marina Coetzee and Caitlin de Kok - Combining Assessment Centres with performance rankings

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