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Psychometrics in business

This WIF networking event was hosted at Chartered Accountants' Hall, London on 1 July 2009.

This WIF networking event was hosted at Chartered Accountants' Hall, London on 1 July 2009.

WIF is the Finance and Management Faculty Women In Finance network.

Overview

Coaching, successful partnering and building high-functioning teams are management imperatives on which many senior professionals are now being measured.

This presentation will cover the following:

  • Success in a career in finance depends less on technical skills the further up the ladder you get, particularly for women. Find out how to enhance essential interpersonal skills and readiness for senior leadership roles through the self-awareness psychometrics
  • Coaching, successful partnering and building high-functioning teams are management imperatives on which many senior professionals are now being measured. Find out how to realise improved performance - and leverage some traditionally 'female' attributes - by using psychometrics with your people
  • Differentiating yourself in your career can be tough when promotion opportunities internally and in the external job market have come to a stand-still, or the glass ceiling looms. Find out how to stand out as a finance professional by building your knowledge of business psychology.

Further resources

Speaker

Lucy McGee

Lucy is responsible for OPP's UK sales strategy and operations, and for marketing strategy and execution across Europe.

Before joining OPP, she was European Marketing Director at DDI, a global HR consultancy. She also held a variety of marketing management and senior sales positions at Dun & Bradstreet, Logica and BT. She is a certified assessor and facilitator and has delivered consultancy and training for organisations including Maersk, GKN, BG, and HM Treasury. She has a first-class Honours degree from Southampton University, and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM).