Assessment Center and Organisational Climate & Social Network analysis

Assess your candidate and personnel with the Assessment Center (AC) P.LE.AS.E. method. 
Measure Organizational Climate Analysis (OCA) and Social Network Analysis (SNA). 
Rely on an academic, evidence-based approach for measuring organisational figures.

WHY AC, OCA AND SNA ARE ESSENTIAL

Assessment Center P.L.E.AS.E. HURACT® allow you to predict the future performance of every single candidate.
Climate and Social Network analysis allows you to understand, interpret, lead, and predict human and social capital performance and well-being outcomes.

Rely on evidence-based methods

Approach AC, OCA, and SNA relied on our academic and practical expertise.
Organisational Climate/Culture and Social Network Analysis

This is a service (intervention) for organisations.

Culture, Climate and Social Network patterns predict many fundamental organisational outcomes, such as engagement, employee satisfaction, safety motivation, leadership, etc. We will use a quantitative approach to identify critical variables, measure and analyse them and provide thorough insights for effective interventions.

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P.L.E.AS.E. assessment center

This is a service (intervention) for organisations.

The assessment phase is one of the most important for Human Resource Management (HRM), particularly when assigning a new position to a candidate.

However, it is not always beneficial to organize an assessment center. The predictive value of an assessment center does not differ from the combined use of other instruments. Furthermore, often the small number of candidates does not justify its use.

Is it possible to verify the suitability of skills and specific personality traits for a particular role while maintaining a high degree of predictive validity (criterion-validity)?

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Introduction to climate and social network analysis in organizations

The course aims to introduce a clear theoretical framework for detecting the organizational climate, integrating it with the social network analysis (SNA). We will use a quantitative approach to make the measured parameters measurable and verify the interventions' effectiveness. We will also show how to create dashboards and visual diagrams to represent the climate and the network.
Duration: in-class (one day); online (two half-day modules).

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