Understanding the Assessment Value Proposition

Using Validated Assessments to Hire Quality People in Healthcare

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Hiring the right people for the right job is one of the most important responsibilities of health care human resources. Candidates that fit with your organization’s mission and values is one key to improving service quality and overall organizational performance. In addition, employees that fit that profile are more likely to be satisfied on the job and less likely to leave. Unfortunately, finding these individuals isn’t always easy. Behavioral assessments are a proven way to measure key behavioral competencies and identify the people who are most likely to succeed in your organization.

In this webinar, Frederick Morgeson, PhD, will outline the important organizational considerations when evaluating the value of behavioral assessments.

Topics of Discussion Include:

  • Defining value and what constitutes a successful hire
  • Connecting the dots between who you hire and positive patient-centered care
  • Understanding and explaining the value of assessments and standardized hiring processes to key stakeholders.


Our Signature Learning Series events are exclusively offered to hospital personnel. There is no charge to attend.

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Thought Leaders

Frederick P. Morgeson, Ph.D.
Eli Broad Professor of Management, Eli Broad College of Business
Michigan State University
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Frederick P. Morgeson is the Eli Broad Professor of Management at Michigan State University and scientific advisor for HealthcareSource. As an industrial and organizational psychologist, he studies how organizations can optimally identify, select, develop, manage, and retain talent to achieve their strategic goals. With more than two decades of experience, Dr. Morgeson has conducted award-winning research, taught, and consulted across a range of topics in the human resource management and talent management domains. This includes working with nearly 50 public and private sector organizations, with an emphasis on healthcare organizations.

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