Private equity investors use management assessments to figure out how best to work with the management of the firm in which they are investing. They can learn about:
In this one-minute video, Jim Bland of HCP explains how he uses management assessments to reduce risk and improve performance in his firm's private equity investments. And in this short video, James Sprayregen, restructuring partner and head of Kirkland & Ellis’ global restructuring practice, talks about the relevant contexts for assessments—not merely in private equity, but whenever a management team is being reconfigured.
Leslie S. Pratch is the founder and CEO of Pratch & Company. A clinical psychologist and MBA, she advises private equity investors and management committees and Boards of Directors of public and privately held companies whether the executives being considered to lead companies possess the psychological resources and personality strengths needed to succeed. In her recently published book, Looks Good on Paper? (Columbia University Press, 2014), she shares insights from more than twenty years of executive evaluations and offers an empirically based approach to identify executives who will be effective within organizations—and to flag those who will ultimately very likely fail—by evaluating aspects of personality and character that are hidden beneath the surface.
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