Nicole Russom
  • Melbourne, Victoria
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Psych Testing 101 for HR

For hiring managers or the HR team that are not familiar with using psychometric assessment as part of a selection or development process, it can be quite daunting.  How much weight can you place on the results from such assessments?  How do you know if the candidate has cheated?  How do you interpret the results?  How do you…See More
Jun 4, 2015
Nicole Russom posted a blog post

Psych Testing 101 for HR

For hiring managers or the HR team that are not familiar with using psychometric assessment as part of a selection or development process, it can be quite daunting.  How much weight can you place on the results from such assessments?  How do you know if the candidate has cheated?  How do you interpret the results?  How do you…See More
Jun 4, 2015
Prue Laurence liked Nicole Russom's blog post How to be more innovative at work
May 28, 2015
2 blog posts by Nicole Russom were featured
May 18, 2015
Nicole Russom posted a blog post

How to be more innovative at work

Do you consider yourself to be innovative?When discussing innovation, I find that people tend to have fixed ideas about how innovative they are.  They seem to feel that they either are innovative, or that they are not.  That it is either something you have, or you don’t.  However, this belief that the ability to be…See More
May 18, 2015
Nicole Russom liked ross clennett's blog post Why crap interviewers don't know they are crap
May 15, 2015
Nicole Russom posted a blog post

Sorry, but you may not be as smart as you think you are

Can you remember the last time you did badly on a test?  What was the reason?  Did you not study hard enough?  Or maybe the test was too hard?This self-serving bias helps us to maintain and enhance our level of self esteem (eg. It wasn’t that we aren’t smart enough to do well on the test, it was the test’s fault!).Everyone has…See More
May 15, 2015
A blog post by Nicole Russom was featured

360 Assessments - the good, the bad, and the ugly

Can I give you some feedback?”  It’s always a scary question, as we tend to assume (based on past experience), that the feedback is going to be bad. …See More
Mar 20, 2015
Nicole Russom posted a blog post

360 Assessments - the good, the bad, and the ugly

Can I give you some feedback?”  It’s always a scary question, as we tend to assume (based on past experience), that the feedback is going to be bad. …See More
Mar 19, 2015
A blog post by Nicole Russom was featured

Speaking of Body Language...

As human beings we are social beings, and social interaction and communication is a huge part of our existence.  Have you ever heard that…See More
Mar 12, 2015
Nicole Russom posted a blog post

Speaking of Body Language...

As human beings we are social beings, and social interaction and communication is a huge part of our existence.  Have you ever heard that…See More
Mar 11, 2015
A blog post by Nicole Russom was featured

Just Another Average Blog

Average.  When you read ‘average’ in the title of this blog, what sorts of words, feelings and images did it invoke up for you?  Typical?  Common?  Ordinary?  Nothing special?  Ok? Reasonable?  Tolerable?  Meh?  (I’ve been told that’s not a word, but as a Gen Y, I’m going to use a bit of creative licence here!)If you’re into…See More
Dec 11, 2014
Nicole Russom posted a blog post

Just Another Average Blog

Average.  When you read ‘average’ in the title of this blog, what sorts of words, feelings and images did it invoke up for you?  Typical?  Common?  Ordinary?  Nothing special?  Ok? Reasonable?  Tolerable?  Meh?  (I’ve been told that’s not a word, but as a Gen Y, I’m going to use a bit of creative licence here!)If you’re into…See More
Dec 9, 2014
A blog post by Nicole Russom was featured

Competently Assessing Skills and Potential

For someone that works in assessment and selection, competencies (or capabilities as many organisations seem to refer to them now) are part of our everyday language, they are the foundation for all that we do.  But this can easily be seen as psych babble/jargon to anyone that doesn’t work in the area!So what do competencies refer…See More
Nov 28, 2014
Nicole Russom posted a blog post

Competently Assessing Skills and Potential

For someone that works in assessment and selection, competencies (or capabilities as many organisations seem to refer to them now) are part of our everyday language, they are the foundation for all that we do.  But this can easily be seen as psych babble/jargon to anyone that doesn’t work in the area!So what do competencies refer…See More
Nov 27, 2014
A blog post by Nicole Russom was featured

The Difficulty with Diversity

When I think of diversity at work, an image such as the above comes to mind.  A range of people that is different with regard to gender, age, ethnicity, disability and culture, all getting along in the workplace.  But is that really what it’s all about?  And why is diversity such a key issue for organisations?Niki Kesoglou, Group Head of Diversity & Inclusion at QBE Insurance Group Ltd was a guest speaker at our webinar on diversity…See More
Oct 3, 2014

Profile Information

Company website/blog
http://www.cut-e.com.au
How many employees in your company?
200-499
What areas of HR are you particularly passionate about?
Organisational psychology, psychometric testing, assessment, selection, talent management, engagement and wellbeing
What kind of networking are you open to?
Referrals between friends, Very targeted/niche

Nicole Russom's Blog

Psych Testing 101 for HR

Posted on June 4, 2015 at 11:17 0 Comments

For hiring managers or the HR team that are not familiar with using psychometric assessment as part of a selection or development process, it can be quite daunting.  How much weight can you place on the results from such…

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How to be more innovative at work

Posted on May 18, 2015 at 10:00 0 Comments

Do you consider yourself to be innovative?

When discussing innovation, I find that people tend to have fixed ideas about how innovative they are.  They…

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Sorry, but you may not be as smart as you think you are

Posted on May 15, 2015 at 15:48 0 Comments

Can you remember the last time you did badly on a test?  What was the reason?  Did you not study hard enough?…

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