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Recruiting News Tuesday, May 8 Person, Team skills, South yorkshire police & more…

By Brian

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How to Assess If a Candidate Will Be a Team Player, Sherlock Holmes Style

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  • So with the Holmes evidence-based interviewing process under your belt, youre now ready to use the same approach to assess a candidates team skills.
  • So instead of reacting to the persons first impression, put your blinders on and just ask the candidate to describe a recent major team project.
  • As part of the assessment process, begin by understanding the makeup of the teams the person worked with, how the mix of these people changed over time and how and why the persons role changed.
  • Here are some of the positive things to consider as you evaluate the persons team skills using this information: – – While these are all important clues of strong team skills, you need to raise the caution flag if the persons role doesnt change much over 3-5 years, if the…
  • Judging the person on how affable and enthusiastic he/she is during the interview is not how you assess team skills.

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SYP – Apprentice Witness Care Officer – Humberside & South Yorkshire Police

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    Course Leader BA Information & Interface Design – University of the Arts, London

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    • The School of Design at London College of Communication is looking to recruit a Course Leader to teach and manage the BA Information and Interface design.
    • This course resides within the Interaction Design & Visual Communication programme which includes the following undergraduate and postgraduate courses: BA(Hons) Interaction Design Arts, BA(Hons) Information and Interface Design, BA(Hons) Illustration and Visual Media, MA Interaction Design Communication, MA Service Experience Design & Innovation and MA Illustration and Visual Media.
    • For details of the structure of this exciting course please refer to the details on the course web successful candidate will manage and participate in the delivery of innovative teaching as well as making a significant contribution to pedagogic delivery, assessment, quality management and recruitment.
    • The appointed candidate will work under the direction of the Programme Director and alongside the other course leaders to deliver the validated course as well as contributing to School, College and University initiatives including research.

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    I.T. Recruitment Consultant – not typical –

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      Emotional Intelligence Is Not Just For Leaders

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      • Emotional Intelligence (EQ) isnt something that can be easily taught or trained, which is why its such a vital competency for the employees within your organization to have.
      • Moreover, emotional intelligence has been linked to an increase in engagement, productivity, and retention all components of employee management that are necessary for an organization to thrive.
      • An employee with high EQ is better able to handle tough situations and communicate effectively with colleagues across the organization, thus leading to a more positive work experience.
      • While EQ is innate to some extent, there are trainings that can be done to help managers get more in touch with their emotional intelligence and use it effectively with employees.
      • Its easy to see how engagement, productivity and retention are all connected within an employees performance, but the secret ingredient to true individual and team success is emotional intelligence.

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