With the focus on growing businesses and ensuring that new employees “fit” well with both the job and the organization, getting selection decisions right is more important than ever. This interactive workshop enables line and HR managers to recruit higher-quality employees by teaching managers the skills of structured, competency-based interviewing. Participants will learn how to construct competency-based questions, how to probe and evaluate responses and make better final decisions.
This workshop will benefit HR professionals in recruitment, compensation and benefits, training and development, organizational development, talent management, and performance management, as well as HR business partners.
Sadrah P. Rianto is a senior consultant with responsibility for meeting client needs through her expertise in behavioral competency areas, including consulting, coaching, and training.
Sadrah has more than 15 years of consulting experience. Her expertise includes helping clients build their HR foundations (vision, mission, values, and behavior/competency modeling) and providing coaching for their management teams.
Sadrah’s coaching expertise includes providing competency-based training, such as leadership capability development, performance management, and behavioral competency interviewing and development. Her clients include Ace Life Assurance, Indonesia Green Management, Assa Rent, CIMB Niaga, and Tokio Marine.
Sadrah has a bachelor’s degree in science from the University of Indonesia.
Cheryl Widjaja is a consulting manager responsible for managing projects and initiatives while maintaining business relationships with all clients. She shares objective advice, expertise, and specialist skills in the areas of talent, performance management, and leadership and assessment.
Cheryl has led projects on leadership and assessment, performance management, rewards, and employee engagement. Her client base covers both multinational and local companies from various industries, such as manufacturing, banking, telecommunications, real estate, and property. Cheryl also has contributed her experience in HR transformation projects to deliver business process mapping and reengineering, also redesigning human capital management standard operating procedures. Her main areas of expertise are in talent management, succession planning, competency modeling and assessment, and leadership development program.
Prior to joining Mercer, Cheryl started her consulting career with Aon Hewitt and spent four years with Sinarmas Pulp and Paper as head of Corporate People Development. Her responsibilities included managing talent-related projects, including individual development programs using SAP HR modules for people match-ups and training needs analysis, leadership development centers, and senior manager development plans. Before Sinarmas, Cheryl worked for four years with Community Counseling and Mediation in Brooklyn, New York, as a financial controller.
Cheryl holds a BS in business administration from the State University of New York at Buffalo, majoring in finance, internal auditing, MIS, and international business.