How to Write and Talk to Selection Criteria 7th edition Updated 2024
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How to Write and Talk to Selection Criteria (7th ed. Updated) updates developments since the end of the COVID-19 pandemic as well as alerting you to application pitfalls and providing knowledge and language to survive and surmount them.
What’s new in this edition?
- A new chapter on social skills (communication, interpersonal and emotional skills), which explains why they’re important, what they mean, how they’re interrelated, and how they’re demonstrated in applications.
- Three vital aspects of roles to consider: how they are technical, meaning they apply specialised skills, methods, and knowledge related to a specific field of activity; what technology they use; and how skills are interrelated.
- Additional material on integrity and ethical issues.
- The list of explained skills increases from 75 to 81, of which at least 35 are social skills.
- Responding to challenging skills now includes digital, data and cyber security capabilities, exploring relevant capability frameworks, ethical and human rights issues, and the use of social skills.
Role descriptions are not always clear about what applicants are expected to write in applications. This ebook provides detailed guidance on what information to look for and how to prepare an application.
Based on a sense making framework called Mental Nutrition, and a career management perspective, this edition shows you how to write evidence-based, results-focused, job-matched resumes, pitches, statements of claims, and selection criteria and capability-based responses, plus how to present a convincing case at a job interview.
Contextual analysis continues to be the basis of a strong application with particular attention to four work characteristics: volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity. This edition helps you understand the nature of complexity and how it applies to judging seniority level, leadership and example choice.
250 pages. Available in PDF format. Still only $25.00.
Author: Dr Ann Villiers is Australia’s only Mental Nutritionist specialising in the sense-making process. Ann is a career coach, writer and author. She has interviewed hundreds of applicants and coached numerous people to greater application and interview confidence. Dr Villiers is a Fellow Member of the Career Development Association of Australia (CDAA). In 2019 Ann was awarded Life Membership of the Association, and in 2015 was awarded the CDAA President’s Award for Professional Leadership.
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