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f’AC or firstasia’s Assessment Center is a selection and developmental method conducted by firstasia Consultants that carried out comprehensively and aimed to determine “the right man on the right place”

The basic concept of f’AC is similar with the assessment center in general, which is a multiple input process, where a number of assessor will observe the behavior of participants in a test situation or simulated activities.

The uniquely concept that separates f’AC from other assessment centers is its assessment center design, that based on a competence dictionary which has been develop by firstasia consultants’ team. The dictionary itself was derivates from The Big Five Personality at Work™

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The Competency Dictionary of f’AC

 

firstasia consultants has designed a dictionary of competencies that extracted from The Big Five Personality at Work™ (the primary assessment tools used by firstasia consultants). The Competency Dictionary of f’AC consist of 43 competencies that can be categorized into 5 big aspects. The aspects are Work Orientation, Change Orientation, People Orientation, Management Orientation and Business Orientation. The competencies of each aspect are listed below:

Work Orientation

  • Independency
  • Work Integrity
  • Planning & Organizing
  • Performance Focus
  • Stress Tolerance
  • Numerical Accuracy
  • Sense Urgency
  • Managing Through System
  • Objectivity
  • Technical Learning
  • Written Communication
  • Comfort w/ Paperwork
  • Comfort w/ Repetitive Attention to Detail
  • Total Quality Orientation

Change Orientation

  • Flexibility
  • Innovation
  • Risk Taking
  • Initiative

People Orientation

  • Relationship Building
  • Diplomacy
  • Listening Ability

People Orientation

  • Development of Personnel
  • Teamwork & Cooperation
  • Self-control
  • Range of Perspective & Interest

Management Orientation

  • Delegation
  • Facilitation
  • Tenacity
  • Motivation of Others
  • Hiring & Staffing
  • Planning Ability
  • Decision Making Skills
  • Self-development
  • Analytical Thinking
  • Business Acumen
  • Meeting Management

Business Orientation

  • Achievement Center
  • Competitiveness
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Presentation Skill
  • Sales Orientation
  • Service Orientation

Basic Leadership Orientation

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