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Michelle Hancic

Global Head of Consulting Psychology, pymetrics


How TA can impact the success of diverse talent post-hire

The skills shortage has encouraged companies to diversify their pools and adopt greater variations of flexible work. However, to ensure these new hires thrive long term, employers also need to expand their perception and processes about how people match their best-fit jobs and the different ways of working. As the first stage in the talent lifecycle, Talent Acquisition is in a prime position to set the tone for how the organisation can rethink talent.

In this session, learn:

  • How to use data to validate and/or challenge your instincts about what is needed to succeed in a role;
  • How to provide personalised guidance at scale to support long term success; and
  • How to cascade insights into later stages of the talent lifecycle, including L&D and succession planning.

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About Michelle

Michelle is the Global Head of Consulting Psychology at pymetrics. She graduated with a Masters of Applied Psychology (Occupational) from Monash University and has focussed her attention in the recruitment and assessment space ever since. She has worked within agency recruitment both within Australia and the UK, and has held roles in graduate recruitment as well as redeployment and outplacement support. Most recently, Michelle was Head of Assessment for the ANZ Bank in Australia. Inspired by the advances made in AI-backed assessment, Michelle decided to join pymetrics, enabling her to work with clients to ensure the fair and predictive deployment of AI algorithms to help them achieve their recruitment and talent management goals.