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Today I’m going to show you exactly how to use the Star Method for Selection Criteria in 2022. In this comprehensive guide I'll cover: General Star Method advice Star Method for Addressing Selection Criteria How to write a Star Method response Details of the courses available to you to learn everything you need to know to write your own selection
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This blog focusses on pre interview questions to ask hiring manager. It is the second in a series of similar themed blogs which deal with your preparation for your job application and/or job interview.  The first was why your next government job application should start with a coffee. That blog dealt with why you should
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When giving selection criteria examples applying for a government job, proof of your achievements is important.Proof comes in many forms:Case studiesStatistics/dataTestimonialsReferencesProjects that are now business as usualThe proof needs to cover that you did what you did, what you say you delivered was delivered, the skills you say you have were displayed and remove any
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The “tell me about yourself” interview question should literally be the easiest question you can ever answer right?You are you; you’ve been you your whole life, you know you better than anyone else; so why is it so hard to answer?First thing is the fact you are you probably means you don’t prepare for it.
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I'm Not Good at Selling MyselfAn area where applicants often fall down is failing to sell yourself in the job application. One of the most frequent things I have heard in 20 years of giving people feedback on selection criteria responses is the statementI'm not good at selling myself.To be blunt, you need to learn
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If you've been applying for government jobs using selection criteria you will have addressed more than a few relationship building key selection criteria. Most position descriptions have at least one criterion for relationships. This can also be stakeholders, emotional intelligence, ability to negotiate and influence type skills. Have you ever wondered why that is the
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