Instructions on how to attend your assessment or management profiling
Welcome to SCCG’s assessment or management profiling. We at SCCG support our clients in their recruitment, selections, organizational design and succession planning and kindly invite you to take part in our assessment or management profiling process.
The process is individual and you will not meet any other candidates while you are engaged in it.
We will contact you by phone or e-mail and arrange a scheduling time,
date and location with you. We will subsequently confirm the arranged
time, date and location by e-mail and include arrival instructions and pretasks.
We conduct our appointments at our clients’ facilities, at our own office, at
a suitable hotel or via Microsoft Teams. The process is identical regardless of the location. We arrange the start time to suit your calendar and we endeavor to work around transport timetables and daily schedules. We can hold the appointment as early as 7.00 am and as late as 4.00 pm. Naturally, we have some limitations, but we try to be as flexible as possible. When there is a genuine need, we can conduct our appointments during the weekend.
All the tests and other materials used in the assessments are under copyright.
Therefore, any form of copying, photographing, video recording or
other form of duplication or saving of these materials is not permitted. If
you have any questions related to this, please do not hesitate to contact us.
By participating in the assessment, you therefore give consent for SCCG to send an assessment report containing your personal details to the client as part of their process.
We begin the process with a discussion about your career and motivation. We then complete between one and three practical simulations conducted
by the consultant.
The process is reflective and you will receive feedback during the process
itself. You will also be given practical tips and tools to develop your leadership and management competences in areas such as performance management, delegation, empowerment, communication and presentation. All of this information develops in response to the practical simulations – not from the tests.
At the end of the process you will be given an insight into your test results together with feedback, which is a combination of all elements of the process. You will receive overall feedback before leaving and will later be sent a more comprehensive written report. Please, ask your report when the recruiting process is over: email@example.com. Remember that the report focuses on the nature of the role, the business field and function, and your profile – in this sense, it is not an overall objective picture of you as a leader and manager. Rather, it is a description of the match between the requirements and your profile.
We look upon what we do as serving the needs of several clients: the “actual” client, the stakeholders and the client’s business. However, we want to emphasise that you are also our client, and the process is always an opportunity for you to reflect on your own career, leadership behaviour and yourself as an individual.
If you have any questions or need to change your time, please contact us