Creating or Selecting Effective Sourcing Training
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A look into how sourcers and recruiters learn and not only retain information, but also gain the ability to perform new tasks - which provides insight into how to select or create effective......

A look into how sourcers and recruiters learn and not only retain information, but also gain the ability to perform new tasks - which provides insight into how to select or create effective training for sourcers and recruiters. Testing and certification is key to verifying ability transfer. I also define the concept of "Hypercompetence." with regard to the 4 levels of learning/competence.

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  • What kind?What was the focus – syntax, techniques, sites?Who delivered it? Internal or external resource?How was it delivered?Was it effective?
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  • 384-322 BC!
  • What is an “art” anyway?
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  • Techniques vs. analysis & thought process
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  • Metacompetence, Hypercompetence (similar to meta and hypercognition) – self monitoring, self-representation, and self-regulation
  • A. Demetriou, in his theory, one of the neo-Piagetian theories of cognitive development, used the term hypercognition to refer to self-monitoring, self-representation, and self-regulation processes, which are regarded as integral components of the human mind.
  • Knowledge retention and ability to perform!
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  • 551 – 479 BC
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  • Theory vs. practice, verify ability
  • How well does it work?
  • Lab portionQuarterly timed challenges
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  • Best people in our Firm are those I have had the ability to work directly with for months and years on a daily basis
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  • Definition of NOVEL: new and not resembling something formerly known or used
  • Reflective competence, metacompetent, hypercompetent
  • Definition of NOVEL: new and not resembling something formerly known or used
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  • Not all practice is created equal. Most people don’t come to work every day specifically to get better at what they doTo become a top performer, you need to set goals that specifically focus on improving your skills and ability. Colvin explains that ”…the poorest performers don’t set goals at all; they just slog through their work. Mediocre performers set goals that are general and are often focused on simply achieving a good outcome – win the order; get the new project proposal done. The best performers set goals that are not about the outcome but rather about the process of reaching the outcome.”Research has shown that top performers monitor what is happening in their own minds and ask questions of themselves. This process is known as metacognition.
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  • Most people come to work to do their job, not to get better at doing their job!
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