This presentation covers: 1) the core competencies predicting international job suitability and global leadership, 2) the factors and conditions predicting the cross-cultural adjustment of employees, spouses and families. The presentation will describe the most effective assessment methods for risk management, manpower planning and work force development, including: Assignment Management (candidate selection, pre-departure and destination support), Organization Development (career, succession and organizational planning). Corporate case studies will be used throughout the presentation.
Selection Research International, Inc.
President of Selection Research International, Inc. (SRI), St. Louis, co-founded with Edmund Gaydos, Ph.D. 1978. Twenty-one years managing SRIís group of psychologists specializing in global selection technology. Has extensive assessment and consulting experience with major multinationals on global selection and development systems.
Conducted seminal research on the core competencies and familial factors predicting global job suitability and cultural adaptability. Recognized for co-developing comprehensive global selection and workforce development systems: psychosocial assessment processes for evaluating global personnel, executives and families. Kozloff led the team creating state-of-the-art global self-assessment and development tools commissioned by DaimlerChrysler, Verizon, Dow Chemical, SBC.
Keynote speaker on global selection at international conferences, authoring articles on global selection, Kozloff received a Master's Degree in Care and Counseling and B.A., Anthropology.