With the Caliper’s Advisor Competency Report for Analyst, you will gain a concise and accurate picture of a candidate’s strengths, limitations and overall potential for the job.
The product includes:
- An elaborate report that helps with both selection and development
- A detailed analysis of the individual’s strengths and possible development areas
- Descriptions of potential competencies and representative behaviours in easy to understand terms
- A phone consultation with a consultant to explain the report’s results and its implications (accreditation in Caliper also available to allow in-house interpretation and debriefing)
- Behavioural-based interview questions to ask candidates based on assessment results in recruitment reports
- Managing for Success suggestions, which include coaching recommendations and tips for working with the individual
- A Function-Fit index and/or Caliper Consultant’s recommendation can be included
Analysts collect, compile, and examine data from multiple sources in order to come to logical conclusions and make the right recommendations. The data may come from a broad array of sources; what Analysts do with this data defines the job function more than the context or content of the data itself. They excel at seeking out information, and display a high level of attention to detail. Analysts record key results from the information gathered, report them to management, and use them to make decisions.
Examples of Analyst Positions in India are:
Financial Analyst, Research Analyst, Marketing Analyst, Accountant, Managerial Accountant, Underwriting Analyst, Underwriter, Actuary, Statistician, Data Scientist.
COMPETENCY AREAS MEASURED BY THIS REPORT:
Deliberative Decision Making – Analysts tend to gather, contemplate, and assess all relevant information to make logical conclusions before taking action.
Analytical Thinking – They are able to understand the underlying concepts in complex information, identify the roots of problems, and come up with solutions based on the available information.
Learning Agility – Analysts are able to discern patterns in data, recognise relationships between concepts, and can rapidly apply learning from one context to solve comparable problems in different contexts.
Scientific Acumen – They consistently implement the appropriate best practices in scientific enquiry and factual reasoning to identify trends in data. They conduct all research, analyses, and interpretations according to the guidelines set forth by the appropriate scientific community within India or internationally.
Information Seeking – Analysts are driven by an underlying curiosity and desire to know more about things, people, or issues that are trending in India. This involves going beyond routine questions and includes digging or pressing for more precise information; resolving conflicts by asking a series of questions; or conducting broader environmental scanning for opportunities or miscellaneous information that may be useful in the future.
Quality Focus – They ensure that all work in their area of the business, but also throughout the organisation, by vendors and suppliers throughout India, etc. is performed skillfully and to high standards for quality and integrity.
Time Management – Analysts focus on completing all work tasks in the allocated time while remaining responsive enough to react to competing demands and shifting priorities. They are able to manage multiple responsibilities simultaneously while still being organised, keeping on top of important time-sensitive tasks, and performing all work meticulously.