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Amandeep Jaspal

Amandeep Jaspal

Business Psychologist

Assessment, Assessment Centres, Employee Engagement, Graduates, Managing Talent, Motivation, Organisational research, Personality, Psychometrics, Recruitment, Training

'Never be mundane' is Amandeep's motto, be that in work or life, and it's a mantra she definitely lives up to. "I take a creative approach to every project and task I am working on," she says. "For me, it's important not to be boring and I strive to ensure that people are getting the most from the work they do."

It's this 'do things different' philosophy that has seen Amandeep successfully develop bespoke assessment exercises for a normally much more serious, corporate world, as well as develop (and run) our special 'Brand Engagement Games', for companies ranging from E.on, to Clifford Chance, RBS and Deutsche Bank.

Of course, the fun and games all stem from a pretty studious background – she completed a BSc in Psychology and Business at Oxford Brookes University and an MSc in Occupational Psychology at Goldsmiths, University of London.

But Amandeep is passionate about making psychology as approachable as possible. She used it in her work project managing our client's graduate recruitment schemes ensuring the smooth-running of the recruitment process for well over 1,000 candidates, as well as in designing and running assessment centres, recruiting for entry-level graduate roles, right up to senior manager level and beyond.

She says: "My past experience in candidate management and recruitment means I strive to ensure positive candidate experiences, dealing with everyone as individuals despite the often high numbers involved."

Her clients couldn't agree more, and so do we. Ever the alternative thinker, when we asked which object she would take with her to a desert island, her response was a gramophone: "Winding it up will give me exercise; the music playing will entertain me and attract attention for help to be rescued; I could use the vinyl as plates and drink out of the horn. One item: multiple, practical uses." If only there were more people like Amandeep in this world!

Latest Hub posts by Amandeep Jaspal

A little less conversation?

New research has highlighted that employees are avoiding using the telephone at work. Amandeep explores why and the potential issues of doing so.

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How employees and employers can learn from world class athletes..

Following an amazing weekend for Team GB, Amandeep Jaspal considers how organisations should learn from our world class athletes to become more successful.

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Is your organisation ready for the next generation of employees?

Amandeep Jaspal explores whether organisations are doing enough to accommodate the changing needs of the current workforce

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How to win a place on the Time 100 list and influence people

With Time magazine's 100 most influencial list being published, Amandeep Jaspal considers what makes those on the list influencial and why

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