Eliška Šonská Steklíková
Eliška is a Chief People Care Officer at GoodCall where she has been working since company's foundation. She is a graduate of Psychology and Andragogy at the Faculty of Philosophy at Charles University, where she still teaches two subjects - Psychology in personal management and Adaptability of people to changes in working conditions. For more than 10 years she has been working in the field of psychodiagnostics in recruitment and personal development in internal HR but also as an external consultant.
Modern Psychodiagnostic Tools
The need for long-distance cooperation and the extreme reduction in opportunities for face-to-face meetings and communication have restricted us in many ways. We are therefore forced to look for alternative methods for getting to know candidates as well as developing and supporting employees - and psychodiagnostics is one of them. Your guide through this module will be Eliska Sonska Steklikova, who has experience with the use of various psychodiagnostic tools in startups and corporations, as an external consultant and internal HR, and is in close contact with the academic environment, where new tools are created and the effectiveness of existing methods is verified.
- How the current state of the labor market affected the use of psychodiagnostics in companies
- What (new) psychodiagnostic tools are available on the market
- Based on what parameters you can assess the quality of the methods you will encounter in practice
- How to effectively use the potential of psychodiagnostic methods by using them throughout the entire life cycle of the employee - how to use psychodiagnostics to support, for example, the selection, engagement or well-being of your colleagues