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Succeeding at Assessment Centres in a week (IAW) Paperback – 29 Nov 2002
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About the Author
John Sponton and Stewart Wright are Directors of Informed Assessment Limited which specialises in managerial assessment for recruitment, personal development and career management. John is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist and Stewart is an experienced assessment consultant.
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8 February 2003
This book was a tremendous help for me. I did not know much about assessment centres, but had heard bad stories about them from people looking for jobs. It gave my understanding and confidence a big boost for my own job hunting. It is written in positive and informative way with loads of hints and tips and I found it very easy to read. It covers a lot about competencies, interviews, group exercises and tests - if you are a job hunting new graduate, or manager, or thinking about returning to work after a career break, this book is well worth getting.
13 February 2004
This book is very thorough on assessment centre preparation. I have 3 assessement centres to attend at Finance companies. I fell this book has demistified effective preparation for interviews, group excercises, psychometric tests, questionnaires, presentations and analysis excercises. The competencies assesed are explained carefully and this book is a very enjoyable read. It is clear that preparation and thinking carefully about the assessment process at an early stage is very important.