“I must say that I have gone to several seminars/trainings over the years: this is my second Studer Community Institute seminar, and your information is given in the BEST way. It is entertaining while still giving very valuable information. You always have very attention grabbing speakers. Thank you! I will definitely participate and recommend future opportunities.”
More than 150 people attended the Studer Community Institute‘s training workshop, “Hiring Talent: Increasing the Effectiveness of Employee Selection,” and rated the value of the event as 9.4 out of 10.
Successful talent acquisition is a key tactic in achieving organizational excellence. It is vital to hire people who display the desired behaviors that best align with company’s values to build a culture of excellence.
The benefits and key results of using the correct process include:
At the half-day workshop, Kristine Rushing, COO & Risk Consultant at Beck Partners and Amy Remington, General Counsel to Landrum Human Resources led attendees through the vital steps to developing and implementing a successful hiring process.
Not all qualified candidates are right for your organization.
Past performance is the best indicator of future success.
Workshop attendees walked away with the tools and resources to immediately carry out these practices, including a Studer Community Institute “Hiring Talent Toolkit” containing sample worksheets and forms.
In order to assess the effectiveness of the training, we surveyed attendees following the event. Overall, attendees felt that their knowledge and skill improved, with the “knowledge and understanding rating” on a scale of 1-5, moving from 3.4 to 4.5. People in the weakest categories, those rating themselves as having little or no understanding of the hiring process, moved up to rating themselves with a good level of knowledge. People who prior to the workshop rated themselves as having a good level of knowledge but requiring development, moved up to rating themselves as highly competent. We will conduct a further survey of those who attended nine months after the event to assess implementation.