Thomas International, leading provider of psychometric tools and solutions, has partnered with the PGAs of Europe as an Official Supplier, offering developmental expertise to the association and its 38 member country PGAs.
At the global forefront of psychometric assessment innovation for over 35 years, and with a with a presence in over 60 countries,Thomas International is passionate about empowering organisations throughout business, sport and education to make confident people decisions.Its psychometric assessments are straightforward to understand, quick to use, have scientific validity at their core, and are provided in 56 languages.
Derek Redmond, Group Performance Director at Thomas International, said: “Thomas International are pleased to announce their official partnership with the PGAs of Europe, to become the Official Supplier of Psychometric Assessments, where we will work closely with the Association to help support the development of their people and teams and ultimately, contribute to the continued success of the organisation.”
PGAs of Europe Chief Executive Ian Randell commented: “We have already had the pleasure of working with Thomas International in the past couple of years as we continue to develop our own business and services,” said, “The formalisation of our relationship with Official Supplier status will allow the great team at Thomas to take their work with not only our association, but also our 38 PGAs, to the next level. These tools and services are going to provide the insight into what makes people successful, measuring areas such as behaviours, personality, high potential and engagement that will empower the PGAs and help them to advance their organisations and Members.”
The announcement coincides with Thomas International’s development consultant and gold medal-winning Paralympian, Naomi Riches, and account manager Jonathan Smith hosting a workshop at the 2018 PGAs of Europe Annual Congress at Costa Navarino in Greece. The workshops saw representatives from across the 38 member country PGAs, along with other partners and suppliers, and various federation and golfing organisation representatives, hear about the role that psychometric profiling played in Riches’ rowing career, helping her to understand more about herself, before delving deeper into the ways delegates can learn from this and assess its use in their own roles and organisations as a whole.
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