With Dr. Neil Christiansen, Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology
Thursday, September 17th at 11:00AM E.T
You already know a lot about talent assessments. But do you know that most assessments on the market can be easily “gamed” or “faked?” The risks associated with those evaluations (including a huge dataset full of inaccuracies) will lead to high turnover rates and a lot of wasted dollars, not to mention a risk to your employer brand.
During this webinar, Dr. Christiansen, Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology will overview assessment methodologies where gaming and faking the system is possible, and dive into the Plum Talent Assessment to show you why it can’t be faked.
You’ll walk away with:
Insights on how other talent assessments are created and how Plum’s methodology can’t be “beat”
The risks associated with using talent assessments that can be easily gamed
How to scale the right talent assessment tool for your entire organization
We’re honored to have Dr. Neil Christiansen, Ph.D. leading this webinar. Dr. Christiansen is presently a member of the I/O faculty at Central Michigan University’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and has been an instrumental partner of Plum for many years.
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