Can Organisational Psychologists Save Performance Reviews?

Last week’s fantastic webcast, where Revelian’s Organisational Psychologists  Matthew Neale and Craig Gilles attempted some last minute CPR on the performance review process, is now available to view.   So if you missed the session live, block out 45 minutes in your calendar, plug in your headphones, and find out whether annual performance reviews can truly be saved.    

Our top learnings from SIOP 2018 in Chicago

It’s pretty amazing when a group of people whose head office is in  Stafford, Queensland, next to Bunnings Warehouse, are invited to the biggest Industrial/Organisational Psychology conference in the world in Chicago to present and participate in panel discussions on game-based assessments. There’s a lot of interest in the USA and globally about Cognify, our latest game-based assessment and specifically, …

Employee skills for the future

Assessing candidates for the top 10 skills of the future

The World Economic Forum Future of Jobs report lists 10 critical skills required to thrive in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. There’s no doubt these skills are important – but how can you objectively identify whether or not candidates have these skills?   We outline how you can use psychometric assessments to measure these skills across your candidates.   1. Complex …

people working at system control centre

How HR Can Help Build a Human Firewall

    Tony Barnes, MBA, MIS (Security), CISSP, is CEO of ANZ cyber security specialists Cyber Research. In this guest blog, Tony discusses new Australian research on the most common form of cyber-attack on Australian businesses today and how HR is an essential partner in the fight.     “When your staff are under cyber assault every day, a Human …