Christina Pravi, Manager/ Occupational Psychologist, Human Capital Consulting, ICAP Advisory - Christina Pravi is Manager at ICAP Human Capital Consulting, since 2011. She is responsible for Talent Management services such as the design and coordination of Assessment/ Development Centres, psychometric assessments (Hogan & cut-e), 360ο feedbacks and Consulting projects, such as performance appraisal systems and outplacement/ career transition projects. She has sixteen years of experience in Talent Management, regarding issues in Recruitment and People Development. She has also participated in many outplacement projects, for people with admin, sales, marketing and engineering profiles for a variety of industries. As a Managing Consultant at SHL Greece, she has coordinated and has been involved in various projects regarding Personnel Selection and Development, 360o feedback, Training, and Psychometrics (adapting, standardising and developing new psychometric tools of all kind). She has worked with many multinational companies from various industries. Overall, she has assessed more than 2.500 people and provided feedback to approximately 800 participants. She holds a BSc in Psychology from University of Crete, a MSc in Occupational and Organisational Psychology from University of Surrey and a Professional Post-graduate Diploma in Human Resources Management from EEDE. She is also accredited as a Test User – Ability and Personality (BPS certified). She is currently attending a Coaching diploma. She has been a member of BPS (Chartered Psychologist) and of Pan-Hellenic Psychological Association. She is a licensed psychologist.
Theofanis Georgiadis, Senior Manager – Executive Search & Selection and People Solutions, ICAP Northern Greece Branch - Theofanis Georgiadis holds the role of the Senior Manager and he is in charge of the People Solutions Services in ICAP Group´s Northern Greece Branch. He has been working for ΙCAP since 1993 and has significant experience in Executive Search and Selection, Outplacement, Outsourcing services, Training, Assessment testing, Remuneration Surveys, participating also in several Internal (re)organisation Assignments. His role is to advise client companies; having an excellent knowledge of Northern Greece’s market he has led recruitment projects in several vertical markets with focus on the FMCG and in the manufacturing sector, placing successfully employees and executives in numerous companies across his region. He graduated from the Economic Department of Aristotle’s University of Thessaloniki and holds an MBA from the University of Stirling in the UK, being also a certified assessor of Hogan Assessments.
Love them or loathe them, psychometric tests are used by many companies and organizations as a means to work out the suitability of potential employees or other participants. If you haven't already undertaken a psychometric test, the chances are high that you will at some point, and knowing how to succeed in psychometric testing is your ticket to moving ahead in your chosen career.
Psychometric tests aren't about luck; prior preparation will improve your scores and make it easier to focus on what is being sought after in the testing process. Psychometric tests focus on certain aspects of your knowledge, such as verbal and numerical reasoning, personality traits, and other abilities assessment, such as stamina. To succeed in them, you'll need to do some preparation in advance but there are numerous opportunities for you to practice, so treat this as a positive challenge rather than a potential hurdle in your job hunting. This workshop does exactly that: it aims to provide you with valuable hints and tips on how to succeed, as well as practical examples taken from real-life aptitude tests and psychometric questionnaires.
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