Making Sense of Assessments with Dr. Amy Bladen Shatto

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Date(s) - Fri, 3 March 2023
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Location: Online via Zoom

Cost: Members CAD $15 / Non members CAD $25

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Event Summary:

With thousands of assessments on the market, how do you select the right tool for your client’s unique needs. Dr. Amy Bladen Shatto, PhD in I/O Psychology, will help you make sense of your options. She will discuss some of the more well known ones, as well as other you may have not considered before. She will help you learn more about what their intended targets and outcomes are, so you are using the right tool for the job.

About our speaker:

A proven, 25-year record of customized, measurable, end-to-end solutions and unstoppable enthusiasm distinguish Dr. Amy Bladen Shatto as an “all-in-one” strategic leadership development and coaching partner. Amy has worked internally and externally across the high technology, financial services, pharmaceutical/ medical devices, insurance, manufacturing, and media industries from which she has parlayed her technical and culturally diverse knowledge into designing, facilitating, and executing on complex interventions at all stages of the talent cycle.

Dr. Bladen has driven award-winning leadership development programs at Fortune 500 firms and recognizable HR/OD professional services consultancies with measurable results in record time. Her subject matter expertise ranges from accelerating high potential leaders’ development through intense programming, simulations, and action learning, to assessment/360 interpretation, performance management, competency modeling, team interventions, and survey design. An ICF (ACC) and Board-Certified Coach (BCC), Amy also brings to her practice a focus on leadership/executive coaching with specialties in strategic planning, career acceleration, women’s leadership and focused behavioral competency development.

Dr. Bladen is also a respected leadership development thought leader, having widely published, presented, and remained socially relevant in a variety of forums from the highly academic (e.g., Personnel Psychology, SIOP) to the practitioner oriented (Chief Learning Officer, ATD) as well as her self-run LinkedIn forum for leadership enthusiasts.

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