Assessments with ‘Strategy’ Skill
The following assessment will test the candidate’s understanding of the skills and requirements it takes to be a successful Director of Implementation. The questions will showcase their experience in project management, people management, leadership, strategy and their skills in communicating with customers and colleagues, conflict management and how they deal with challenges. This will give you insights into their character, how they will approach difficult conversations or situations and lead complex projects and teams.
The following assessment will test the candidate’s customer leadership, strategy and customer acquisition and retention abilities. You will also get a sense of their ability to clearly communicate strategic initiatives and drive their team and bring together other departments towards successful collaboration for the success of the customers, and the overall business. They will also be tested on how they drive excellence within their team and their management style and approach.
The following assessment will test the candidate’s leadership expertise and experience in managing teams to success and specific outcomes. It will showcase their ability to problem-solve and how they collaborate and communicate with others to implement ideas and strategies. It will provide an insight in how they manage and coach individuals in their team and their methods and in doing so, show you their character and the type of team culture they would bring to your organisation.
The skills tested in this assessment for a Strategic Account Executive includes their ability to show leadership, be strategic and sell effectively. The questions should showcase their ability to identify, nurture and close prospects, customers and even test viability of new markets. It should also showcase their degree of leadership ability and approach and how they balance this with high value individual contributor sales.
The skills tested in this assessment for a Client Relationship Manager include their ability to communicate effectively, think strategically, and their leadership skills. The questions should showcase their ability to communicate and clarify under pressure, whether they’re capable as a leader, and if they think strategically.
The skills tested in this assessment for a Talent Acquisition Director determine whether the candidate has robust strategies to improve the hiring and retention of employees, their business and team leadership abilities, and their stakeholder management with both internal managers and candidates in their process.
The skills testing in this assessment for a Vice President of Talent Acquisition determine whether the candidate has the ability to manage the overall recruitment function of an organization, including a team.
The skills tested in this Assessment for a Vice President of Human Resources determine how the candidate will co-work with their President to visualize and lead their company to success. We tested to ensure the candidate is able to lead and guide senior level employee and if they have the confidence to make sound decisions on behalf of the business.
The skills tested in this assessment for a Recruiter determine how the candidate will attract and manage candidates for their active roles, how they manage difficult situations with both clients and candidates, how they communicate written and verbally, and whether they can influence and negotiate with people. Further, it will test if candidates have a recruitment strategy in different markets.
The skills tested in this Assessment for a Talent Acquisition Specialist include testing whether the candidate is able to understand the long term needs and plans of the company and hire talent that is in alignment with them. We tested to see if the candidate is able to communicate effectively with hiring managers and candidates and how well they can build working relationships with a range of stakeholders.
The skills tested in this Assessment for a Chief Human Resources Officer determine if the candidate is able to think strategically and implement new procedures and policies. We tested the candidate's ability to think critically and if they have executive-level interpersonal skills enabling them to be able to communicate to a variety of stakeholders.
The skills tested in this Assessment for a Personnel Manager determine whether the candidate can develop and implement a range of different strategies to benefit their company. We tested to see whether the candidate can execute leadership and if they hold high level interpersonal skills to be able to communicate across the board.