|Recorded: Thursday, May 27, 2010
Length: Approximately 60 minutes
During the Webcast, award-winning Organizational Psychologist and Leadership Consultant
Join us for a dynamic look at the Leadership Potential Equation™ (LPE™) - a
scientifically-validated assessment process that reveals whether a
candidate is ready for a
specific Role now, plus what the candidate's success potential
is for different Role Levels in the future.
Dr. Henry L. (Dick) Thompson explains the ins-and-outs of how the LPE™ analyzes Innate Abilities (cognitive ability, emotional intelligence and motivation) not revealed by Learned Competencies (resumes, references and current performance) and why you need both pieces to accurately predict a candidate's true potential for job success. Dr. Thompson will also explain how the LPE™ identifies Growth Trajectory - a measure that shows which Role Levels a candidate has the ability to advance to and approximately when the candidate will reach each Level - and why this is so critical to retaining top talent.
By attending this Webcast, you will learn how using the LPE™ assessment process can help your organization to validate and enhance:
- Talent Identification
- Leadership Development
- Succession Planning
- Talent Management Metrics and more!
Receive a copy of the PowerPoint® slides used in the presentation (click here).
To experience the power of the LPE™ in your organization, call (800) 535-8445 or (706) 769-5836.
Henry L. (Dick) Thompson, Ph.D., HPS President & CEO
Debra Cannarella, HPS Director of Operations
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