Human resources consulting and training

Finding and selecting human resources

We make use of head-hunting when it is vital to bring an exact profile of a new employee to the company and when the scope of people fit for the job is rather small. Pros of this type of search for the suitable resources are also anonymity of the employer and high standards of the proposed candidates.

You cannot doubt the temporal and financial effectiveness of this method. At the same time, the most suitable candidates for a particular position are presented to the employer. The client – the future employer – is partially represented in advance, therefor the candidate is able to be well prepared and motivated for the second round of the interviews. In this field, we possess the most valuable knowledge and experience. All of the potential candidates go through extensive process of selection, which includes interviews, credentials check-ups and psychological testing.

Psychological testing

Psychological testing, conducted by psychologists only, is a useful tool for companies in terms of help in the processes of selection of the human resources and prospective candidates recognition. These types of test are performed for the individuals also as a marker for future development or continuance of one's business career.

Psychological testing is carried out individually or in a group. During the process of selection it may be performed before the interview (selection based on certain personal characteristics and skills) or afterwards (to additionally check candidate's strengths and possible weakness for a particular position).

The testing is usually done on the contractor's premises but could also be run in client's space. They last from 90 to 180 minutes, depending on the number of the questionnaires used in the process.

Psychological testing do not serve diagnostics only, that is discovering strengths and personality characteristics, but also help us predict possible individual's behaviour. The results are graphic and descriptive.

Leadership, motivation and human resources development workshops

Workshops which cover leadership, motivation and human resources development are ready to be attended; here is the list of the most frequently organized:


  • Workshop: How to prevent the unfavourable effects of stress and successfully manage your personality's energy
  • Workshop: Conflicts solving
  • Workshop: Successful in relationships – more successful in business
  • Workshop: How to successfully chair the meetings
  • Workshop: How to hold interviews with potential candidates
  • Workshop: Team work
  • Workshop: How to successfully present yourself to a future employer

The content of the workshops and its exercises may be altered each time to meet the client's needs best.

The workshop is usually held in a smaller group of up to 15 participants. The theme is discussed in terms of theory, examples from everyday situations, exchange of experience and opinions. We recommend the workshops are performed out of the ordinary working environment which helps to create a relaxed atmosphere in which practical results are achieved more easily. The workshop may be done as a one- or two day activity, the later leaves the participants with more time for practical work.

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