Scottsdale, AZ company obtains performance assessment certification

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Vanderzee & Associates, Inc. - Executive Search is now certified to administer the TAIS performance assessment. This cutting-edge, on-line performance measurement tool serves corporate clients in the areas of recruitment, selection, coaching and teambuilding.

TAIS measures the building blocks of human performance

Vanderzee & Associates, Inc., has been officially certified by Enhanced Performance System (EPS) in San Diego, CA for the use of its assessment inventory (TAIS). The Scottsdale-based consulting firm will apply TAIS in its executive search and coaching practice.

"During a tough economy it is essential to understand the strength of the people in the organization because they are under a lot of extra pressure right now," said Mr. Siebe Vanderzee, President of Vanderzee & Associates. "TAIS measures the building blocks of human performance," Vanderzee continued, "and it serves therefore as an important tool for recruitment, selection, coaching and teambuilding."

About TAIS:
TAIS (The Attentional and Interpersonal Style inventory) is used around the world for the selection and training of high-level performers in sports (including several Olympians), business (e.g. General Motors Europe, Nabisco, Citicorp, Harley Davidson), and the military (U.S. Navy Seals and other elite forces). TAIS measures the specific concentration and interpersonal skills necessary for effective decision-making and for the coordination of mental and physical processes in high-pressure situations (

About Vanderzee & Associates, Inc.:
Vanderzee & Associates is one of very few retained executive search firms based in Arizona. In addition to retained search the company specializes in executive coaching and performance assessments. Vanderzee & Associates is a member of Cornerstone International Group with offices in all major countries and cities of the world. For over 20 years Siebe Vanderzee has specialized in human behavior in corporate situations.

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