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Word processing skills and selection criteria

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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 […]

Translate your teacher skills into corporate skills

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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”? […]

Mandatory or Discretionary Selection Criteria Requirements

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Mandatory or Discretionary Selection Criteria Requirements Many position descriptions have mandatory or discretionary selection criteria requirements. Mandatory means “required by law or mandate; compulsory”. As I discuss early in the ultimate selection criteria blog, roles such as lawyers, nurses, accountants, doctors, engineers require qualifications. Professional (PO)— these positions have a mandatory requirement for a degree […]