Aspiring to become the next leader of a Fortune 500 company or a fast-growing SME? Attend our 4-hour compact training programme and learn how to up your game and succeed at Assessment Centres, a tool used by leading companies for a wide array of purposes from recruiting management associates to internal promotion exercises.
This workshop is led by experienced leadership trainer and Executive Coach Geoff Barwise who has over 30 years of industry experience within the Asia Pacific region and has conducted Assessment Centre interviews for several well known organisations.
Look forward to these key takeaways:
- Understand why Assessment Centres are adopted by leading companies
- Learn about the latest trends and developments in Assessment Centres
- Discover key competencies employers look for at Assessment Centres
- Understand how to create a positive impression, both virtually and in-person
- Learn how to perform well at Assessment Centre activities from elevator pitch, group discussions, to case presentations
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Geoff Barwise is an experienced leadership trainer and executive coach with over 30 years of industry and HR experience in the Asia Pacific region.
He specializes in developing leadership talent in the Asia region for MNCs such as BHP Steel, Ciba Specialty Chemicals (acquired by BASF from Novartis) where he held senior HR leadership positions (HR VP, Director/Leader) as well as for MNCs such as Lenovo, P&G, HSBC as a HR specialist and consultant. Geoff is an expert in designing and running assessment centres for these organizations. He has personally experienced participating in one as a participant where he was headhunted internally for a leadership position.
Geoff has lived and worked in Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong and Guangzhou.
Date: Tuesday, 25 January 2022
Event Time: 2pm – 6pm
Faculties: School of Design and Environment, School of Computing, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Target Audience: All undergraduate students except Business students