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Spring/Summer Seminars 2017

Between March and June we will be hosting a new series of free Breakfast Seminars in central London covering topics high on the agenda of many HR professionals.

Each seminar will be presented by a senior Pearn Kandola psychologist and specialist in their field. The presentations will begin at 10.00am and finish at approximately 11.00am followed by a Q&A session lasting up to an hour. Light refreshments are available from 9.30am.

The venue for all our seminars is:
One Great George Street, Westminster, London, SW1P 3AA

To reserve your place on these seminars please contact Emily Sendall on seminars@pearnkandola.com or telephone: +44 (0) 1865 399060.

22 June
Profile of a senior lawyer: What makes law firms unique in talent development?
This seminar will cover what makes law firms as organisations unique, and what this means in terms of people development. We will compare law firms to other organisations to highlight the key differences in soft skills development and discuss implications for lawyer training.
Presented by Stephan Lucks.

4 July
Situational Judgement Tests: Why they matter and how to get them right
Situational Judgement Tests (SJT) are increasingly important and effective tools for selecting high-quality candidates from a diverse range of backgrounds. In this seminar, James Meachin, Head of Assessment at Pearn Kandola draws upon the latest research and his own experience to explain why they are such a powerful selection tool, how to develop highly effective SJTs and avoid the common pitfalls associated with their use.
Presented by James Meachin.

11 July
Live Unconscious Bias reviews
A live unconscious bias review is one of the key services offered by Pearn Kandola in which our psychologists join internal client decision-making meetings to observe and identify bias as it happens live in the decision-making process. In this seminar, we will review our approach to these live reviews, and share some of our key findings, including the most common forms of bias demonstrated in recruitment, performance review and moderation meetings.
Presented by Nic Hammarling.

19 July
Finding future leaders: Pearn Kandola’s exclusive research into leadership potential
We are constantly building our understanding of what we mean by ‘potential’ and the value of understanding and identifying potential when managing talent populations. In this seminar, Stuart Duff shares the outcomes from three joint research studies undertaken by Pearn Kandola and the Institute of Work Psychology at Sheffield University that looked at:
• How managers define potential and reward potential
• The factors that predict future potential, and
• The relationship between personal traits and leadership success.
Presented by Stuart Duff.

The number of places at the seminars are strictly limited. If you book a seat at one of them but subsequently are unable to attend, we ask that you inform us as soon as possible so we can reallocate your place. If you fail to attend without notifying us in advance we reserve the right to charge a £50 administration fee.