The identification of high potential employees is crucial to the success of any business. CSA employs a wide range of personality and cognitive assessment to ascertain not just how a candidate may perform in their current role, but also how they will perform in future more challenging roles. This is again where the identification of strengths is crucial as it allows predictions of performance to be made beyond the confines of the current role. In addition, we utilise our leadership development programs to identify high potential employees and provide them with sufficiently challenging development planning.
What we assess at CSA
In making judgments about the potential of individuals we assess the following constructs; • Their drive, energy, achievement orientation and career aspirations • Their intellectual judgment, tolerance for ambiguity and strategic thinking • Their key personality variables including adjustment and resilience • Their developmental readiness and psychological flexibility • Their performance record and results focus • Their cultural sensitivity and adaptability • Their career relevant values • Their transformational leadership capabilities and unrealized strengths