Assessment Project ManagementDescription
The Project Management assessment contains:
- An indicator of the applicant's potential to demonstrate the key skills that generally lead to success in this position, namely:
- Abstract Reasoning Skills
- Ability to Organize and Coordinate Work
- Ability to Control Work
- Group Influence
- Consideration for Clients
- Stress Management
- Focus on Results
- A rating of the degree to which the candidate's results match the expected profile, based on all the distinctive competencies.
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Suggested questions for use during the recruitment interview based on the assessment results, when elements require further details.
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