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REQUEST FOR SUBMISSIONS: 2017 ACSG CONFERENCE

You are invited to submit abstracts for the 37th annual SA Assessment Centre Study Group (ACSG) conference to be from 3 – 7 April 2017 at the NH Lord Charles in Somerset West, South Africa. The theme for 2017 is:

The value gain(ed) through Assessment and Development Centres

http://www.acsg.co.za/conference-1/call-for-papers-1

 

2016

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2015

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The International Congress on Assessment Center Methods

2016

40th International Congress on Assessment Center Methods

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October 25–28, 2016

BALI INDONESIA

 

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2015

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39th International Congress on Assessment Center Methods

Insights in High Definition: Using Multiple Assessment Instruments for a Sharper Image of Leadership

Congress: November 3 – 4, 2015
Pre-Congress Workshop: November 2

The Westin San Diego Gaslamp Quarter
910 Broadway Circle
San Diego, California  92101
USA

 

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2015

The 30th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Assessment Center Redux: There’s No “One Best Way”

This session will review current research on the assessment center method. Topics will include AC validity and usefulness, proper design and application of the AC method through alignment with broader talent management strategies, differences in perspectives on focal constructs, and creating ACs to meet client needs while respecting current research.

Presenters:

Deborah Rupp
Purdue University
Brian Hoffman
The University of Georgia
Duncan Jackson
Birkbeck, the University of London
Brett Guidry
Purdue University
Filip Lievens
Ghent University
Dan Putka
HumRRO
George Thornton
Colorado State Univ

 

Submitted By:  Brett W. Guidry

Perspectives on General Performance Effects in Assessment Center Ratings

Emerging research is beginning to report on General Performance (g) effects in AC ratings. The papers in this symposium (a) discuss alternative theoretical and (b) operational definitions of g, report on (c) the prevalence of g, and (d) provide a validation g’s nomological network

Presenters:

Charles Lance
Organizational Research & Development, LLC.
Caitlin Porter
Purdue University
Deborah Rupp
Purdue University
Alexander LoPilato
The University of Georgia
Sang Eun Woo
Purdue University
Sean Baldwin
HumRRO
Dan Putka
HumRRO
Allison Siminovsky
University of Georgia
Brian Hoffman
The University of Georgia
Klaus Melchers
Universität Ulm
Pascale Lutz
Universität Sankt Gallen
Andreja Wirz
University of Zurich
Natalia Merkulova
University of Zurich
Martin Kleinmann
University of Zurich

Submitted By:  Alexander C LoPilato

Assessment Centers vs. Ability: A New Perspective on Criterion-Related Validity

The present study offers a new comparison perspective: a head-to-head comparison of studies utilizing both an ability test and an assessment center within the same samples, jobs, and criterion measures, producing a more direct evaluation of criterion-related validity. Contrary to prior findings predicting job performance, assessment centers outperformed ability tests.

Presenters:

Oren Shewach
University of Minnesota
Paul Sackett
University of Minnesota
Heidi Keiser
University of Minnesota

Submitted By:  Oren R. Shewach

2014

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The 38th International Congress on Assessment Center Methods was held October 23-24, 2014 at the Westin Alexandria in Alexandria, Virginia, USA.

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ACSG

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The UK Assessment Center Conference

 

25 & 26 November 2014:

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4 & 5 November 2013:

UK Assessment Center Conference

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