Assessments with ‘Organization’ Skill

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The following assessment will test the candidate’s understanding of the skills and requirements it takes to be a successful Implementation Specialist. The questions will showcase their experience in project management, how they communicate with customers and colleagues and how they have dealt with challenges during their career, giving you an insight to how they will approach any future difficult conversations or situations. Their answers will also display their technical and organisation experience.

The skills tested in this assessment for a Support Team Lead include their ability to display strong organisational skills, communicate to, and with their team and display strong leadership skills. You will get a feel for their ability to navigate and motivate different team members, and motivate their team to perform. You will understand their leadership style and ability to adapt to different situations with their team.

The skills tested in this assessment for a CX Agent include their ability to build rapport and communicate with customers, and active listen to client queries. You will get a gauge of their organisation skills, as well as their attention to detail and ability to liaise with internal stakeholders to ensure smooth client experiences.

The following assessment will test the candidate’s understanding of the skills and requirements it takes to be a successful Implementation Consultant. The questions will showcase their experience in project management, how they communicate with customers and colleagues and how they have dealt with challenges during their career, giving you an insight to how they will approach any future difficult conversations or situations. Their answers will also display their technical and organisation experience.

The skills tested in this assessment for a Relationship Manager include their ability to manage communications - strategy, negotiations, contracts, problem solving and ability to build and maintain rapport with clients/partners at all times. The questions should showcase their ability to prioritise and manage expectations in an organised way, and how they maintain rapport and manage stakeholders.

The following assessment will test skills that Customer Support Managers need to be able to provide professional service for customers as well as manage and develop a Customer Support team. Their written and verbal communication skills will be tested, as well as their conflict resolution skills and how they tailor conversations based on the person they are speaking to. The questions will uncover their people management skills, their approach to coaching and developing people and their leadership experience and strategy.

Skills that will be tested in this assessment include the candidate’s ability to clearly communicate, lead and structure conversations, how they ask questions and their critical thinking skills as they present options and solutions based on the information uncovered. The questions should address how they manage competing priorities, multiple accounts, structure and plan new engagements and their workload, as well as how they handle conflict management.

The skills tested in this assessment for a Sales Coordinator include their ability to manage stakeholders, be organised and communicate effectively. The questions should showcase their ability to prioritise having repeatable frameworks for their inbound and outbound activities, how they effectively communicate with internal and external departments and clients and how they maintain rapport and manage stakeholders in typical sales scenarios.

The skills tested in this assessment for an Account Coordinator include their ability to pay attention to detail, be organised and multitask. The questions should showcase their ability to maintain pipeline discipline and high levels of attention to detail, prioritise having repeatable frameworks for their inbound and outbound activities and manage multiple tasks and competing priorities without sacrificing quality or standard levels of service.

The skills tested in this assessment for an Assistant Account Executive include their ability to manage stakeholders, be organised and sell effectively. The questions should showcase their ability to identify, nurture and close prospects and customers depending on their roles and where they are in the sales process, prioritise having repeatable frameworks for their inbound and outbound activities and how they maintain rapport and manage stakeholders in typical sales scenarios.

You can expect to learn whether the candidate can be relied upon to sell the business product, identify appropriate prospects, how much they know about the industry and how well they actively listen in client interactions. You’ll get a sense of their personality and charisma in the video questions, along with their ability to pitch. And you will see how they prioritise and organise their days/weeks to ensure incoming business revenue.

You can expect to learn how the applicant would juggle the day to day responsibilities of an Account Executive role. You’ll get a sense of their personality and charisma in the video questions, along with their time management skills and ability to display empathy in tough situations. You will see how they prioritise and organise their days/weeks to ensure incoming business revenue, whilst retaining existing clients.