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Shanghai event: Making Better Hiring Decisions: 5 Ways to Increase Your Hit Rate

This page illustrates all details about the networking event "Making Better Hiring Decisions: 5 Ways to Increase Your Hit Rate" in Shanghai. If you are interested, you can apply via the web link at the bottom of this page.


Shanghai Event detail

Organization
BritCham - British Chamber of Commerce
Date and time
2009-12-02, 6.30 PM
Location
SHANGHAI: AsianBiz Center at 4F&5F, 1019 North NanQuan Lu, PuDong. Tel: 61935766
Description
Small & Medium Enterprises Focus Group Presents:

Talking Point - An Interactive Forum

Making Better Hiring Decisions:
5 Ways to Increase Your Hit Rate

This event will suit business managers who want to improve their hiring decisions. In SMEs, one wrong hiring of a key position can really hurt the business and yet smaller companies often don't have the time, resources or knowledge to implement comprehensive selection processes. This session will allow participants to reflect on their own perspectives and practices of talent assessment, and to explore cost-effective alternatives that can dramatically increase the accuracy of hiring decisions.

What is Talking Point?
Talking point provides a forum for business owners and professionals to discuss challenges, and share experiences and tips on surviving and succeeding in China's business environment. Meetings are interactive and participatory so please come with ideas, questions and stories to share with the group.

Roundtable Discussion Leader:
James Morley-Kirk, Director & Partner, China Select
James is a business psychologist from the UK. Based full-time in Shanghai with China Select, he works on talent assessment projects, ATS systems design, training, psychometric research and test sourcing. James's business experience began in Asia, in 1990, when he joined the Swire Group's international management team in Hong Kong. Since then he was been Marketing Director for a US-based Internet start-up, GM of a leadership consultancy in Shanghai, and co-founder of China Select. Before all this, he also squeezed in 6 years as an officer in the Royal Corps of Signals. James holds an MSc in Occupational Psychology from the University of Nottingham, is a graduate member of the British Psychological Society and founder of the Shanghai Network of Business Psychologists.
Official link
http://www.sha.britcham.org/sh/events/details1.php?id=1271


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