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With Modern Word Processing there is no excuse for poor grammar (or wordy responses) The irony of writing a piece on word processing skills and selection criteria, when selection criteria are by nature always wordy and hard to understand,  is not lost on me. I covered in a recent blog one of the OpenAI/ChatGPT tools summarize for
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Translate your Teacher Skills into Corporate Skills I read a lot online from people burned out in lots of professions; how as “teachers” do you translate your teacher skills into corporate skills? Teaching is one of those professions where people are burning out[1].  As a teacher though, what can you transition to other than “teaching”?I see
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Should You Use An AI Selection Criteria Writer? ChatGPT has been in the news a lot these past weeks, especially being the start of the school year. Today I look at natural language artificial technology (AI) in particular ChatGPT  and selection criteria response writing implications. ChatGPT is the child of InstructGPT which in turn is the child
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Demonstrates Sound Governance Selection Criteria Continuing the series of "What is the sub text of this selection criterion" today I turn to Demonstrates Sound Governance, hearing a collective groan from all the readers.Sound governance, also asked as demonstrates sound governance, and, demonstrates sound governance examples.Previous blogs in this series include:Relationship building key selection criteria why?Computer skills
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Don’t Make All Your Referees Gmail, Hotmail, Live, Outlook etc I was recently involved as a panel member in selection criteria-based process and was struck by one of the applicants referee list.They had five referees and all the email addresses provided to contact them were listed to free email or internet service providers like Gmail, Hotmail,
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Neurodiversity and Government Selection Criteria Ask anyone and they’ll probably tell you government selection criteria response writing is a pain. Maybe it is, maybe it’s just a skill people haven’t learned yet. Either way, it’s a good way to get into employment when you’re neurodiverse. Why?There is a repeatable formula for applying:Check out my You’re Overthinking
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