Assessment Center

The evaluation of an individual’s potential to perform in a managerial capacity is an important problem for those responsible for the development of managers.

An assessment center puts candidates through a series of group and individual exercises de- signed to simulate the conditions of a given job and determines if they have the skills and abilities necessary to perform that job. It does this by bringing out the candidate’s behavior relevant to the job, while being observed by a group of assessors. The candidates’ personalities and aptitudes are determined by a variety of techniques including interviews, in-box surveys, situational judgment questions, group exercises, presentations, examinations and logical and numerical reasoning tests.

These procedures help to insure that judgments made are relatively free of the many forms of rater bias, are reliable, and can serve as the basis for meaningful predictions of a candidate’s po- tential.

The objectives of the Assessment Center

  • Provide an accurate and objective third-party assessment of the participant’s competencies
  • Help the participant understand personal development opportunities
    Improve management e ectiveness
  • Provide input to the organization’s individual development process
  • Identify areas in which the participant could develop through targeted skill development,
  • Challenge on-the-job experiences, and extensive feedback, coaching and mentoring

Who are the Candidates?

  • Leaders
  • Middle management
  • Supervisory level
  • Entry level


  1. The Personality Test – PSI – Test for Traits and behaviors
  2. The RSI Test- Motivational Analysis using Career Anchors
  3. The TAT Test- Thematic Apperception Test- based on psychologist Henry A. Murray and Christiana D. Morgan at Harvard.


Impact assessment is the process of identifying the actual or anticipated impacts of a development intervention, on those social, economic and environmental factors which the intervention is designed to a ect or may inadvertently a ect.

What do we offer differently?

  • The results do not label participants in a limited square
  • Balance between scientific and actual life aspects
  • Fair assessment using multiple research/statistical methods Foundation for development
  • Rational costs and exible techniques
  • Participatory approach where the client is included in the process

“Success doesn’t come to you. You go to it.” – Marva Collins (American Educator)