It takes two things to make a good employee: the right skills and the right behavior. Fred Rafilson, chief I/O psychologist at Talview, doesn't underestimate the importance of skills—but he also knows that neglecting to measure candidates' behavioral attributes could be a big hiring mistake. The best candidates have the knowledge and abilities to perform a job, and the behavioral tendencies (motivation, attitude, and personality) to become standout employees. In this episode, Fred draws on his knowledge of I/O psychology to explain how behavioral assessments work and why they're beneficial. We discussed: Why it's important to screen candidates for both skills and behavioral traits The qualities that behavioral assessments measure How providers ensure that the tests are fair What a behavioral assessment might look like—and what goes on behind the scenes Three things that the best assessments have in common
Dr. Landry is a board-certified clinical psychologist, co-founder of Calliope Mental Health, and founder of Halcyon Therapy Group in San Antonio, Texas. I'm very excited about the work that she does and I think you should be too, and here's why… she's at the forefront of making mental health help more accessible in some prettier innovative ways. Dr. Landry has more than a decade of experience working in military medicine and private practice. She's helped hundreds of people over the course of her career so far, and her practice, Halcyon Therapy Group, specializes in working with individuals and couples with very busy schedules. If you're curious about whether therapy is for you, or if it's actually helpful, then stick around because this conversation is for you. Use any of the links below to connect with Dr. Landry and learn more about her services. https://www.halcyontherapygroup.com/ https://www.drjulielandry.com https://www.facebook.com/halcyontherapygroup https://www.linkedin.com/company/halcyon-therapy-group/ https://www.instagram.com/halcyontherapygroup/ ------------------------------------ Today's episode is also viewable on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/IAmPaulKrost/featured More about this episode: https://www.paulwcroswell.com/podcast PROMOTIONS The Life Balance Planner was rated one of Book Authority's top work-life balance resources to be released in 2021. It's a 3-month undated life balance planner, with a uniquely integrated life balance tracking system, as well as self-care planning. For a limited time, you can purchase your first planner for 30% off at www.paulwcroswell.com/planner using promo code PODPLANNER. Try our new service where for just $1.90 a week you never have to worry about buying a new planner again. With this subscription, you will receive a new planner every three months before your current planner is filled. FOOLPROOF The Online Course: In this course, I walk you through each and every foolproof principle for reaching your goal and changing your life. It's a self-paced course that you can take on your own time and at your own pace. Purchase this course for 50% off for a limited time when you use promo code PODCAST. To purchase the course today visit https://www.paulwcroswell.com/courses Subscribe To The Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/968fcd9b1f10/yalio2ln8j I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I was thrilled to host it. Peace + Purpose, Paul --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/paulcroswellaudioex/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paulcroswellaudioex/support
This week's Pacey Performance Podcast sees Rob speaking to Senior Strength and Conditioning Coach at New South Wales Institute of Sport, Nathan Spencer. So what has Nathan got to do with NBA players? Well, prior to moving back to Australia, Nathan spent 4 years at the Orlando Magic, firstly as a Performance and Rehab Coach before progressing to Head Strength Coach. In this episode, Nathan reflects on his time in the NBA, opening up about a difficult transition from Australian pro basketball. He dives into his preconceptions about NBA players and what they should and shouldn't be doing before detailing the assessments that formed the foundation of their programme. We discuss assessments that came and went during his 4 years in Orlando as well as the metrics that become valuable to him and the rest of the performance team. We finish off the conversation by getting into the detail about how NBA players train on the road, how they maintain such high physical capacity whilst in the midst of a packed schedule. If you want to know how to develop an NBA player, click play on this episode with Nathan. Main talking points - Reflections on Nathan's time in the NBA - the realities Understanding what the athlete needs to improve physically Choosing the the most appropriate assessment Things to consider - prior injury, technique etc Influence of the draft Answering three important questions What physical characteristics do athletes need to possess to play in the NBA and YOUR way of playing? Expression vs capacity - what NM properties comprise these characteristics? What training methodologies impact these properties? Interventions based off these assessments How did things change across your time there as influences and philosophies changed?
For the past 4 years, I've had the honor to support a nonprofit organization called Ignite, which stands for Inspiring Girls Now In Technology Evolution. In addition to a range of work I've done together with the Ignite team, the tool we've been using to help facilitate their growth in communication and what we're going to talk about in this episode is called Cloverleaf. I'm joined by Amber Zertuche who is a client and member of the Ignite team. As Ignite's Program Director and senior leader in the organization, Amber shares openly how transformative the experience was for her as a leader, what she's learned about herself, how it changed the dynamic with other team members, and specific ways that her team is now using it on a daily and weekly basis to continuously develop self-awareness and increase their appreciation of others differences. I have seen it shape their culture, create psychological safety, and accelerate the growth of their employees. If interpersonal relationships and effective collaboration matter to you, then this episode is for you. You'll likely be able to relate to Amber's stories and experiences and you might be intrigued by the fact that a low-cost tool like Cloverleaf can make such a big difference. Side note: I want to share this journey with you because of the benefits this team gained from using Cloverleaf but this episode is not sponsored or supported by Cloverleaf in any way. Cloverleaf is an automated coaching system that aggregates data from assessments into actionable daily coaching tips for you and your team. If you're interested in learning more about it, email me at email@example.com and we'll get you set up with a free trial account. And I'll be happy to answer any of your questions about it. — RESOURCES MENTIONED — Want to check out Cloverleaf for yourself? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get you set up with a free trial and lot's of cool features :-) Ignite Worldwide - Inspiring Girls Now In Technology Evolution -Amber Zertuche - Program Director -Cathi Rodgveller - CEO & Founder How you can get involved: Teachers Companies Volunteer Careers Donate Episode 127: How to Lead a Thriving Team with Kirsten Moorefield Cloverleaf.me Learn how to turn your 1-on-1 meetings from time wasters, awkward moments, status updates, or non-existent into your most important and valuable meeting with your directs all week. Access the course and resources here: ramonashaw.com/11 — OTHER EPISODES YOU MIGHT LIKE — Episode: 130: User Guides (AKA ReadMes) Episode 47: How The Myers-Briggs Assessment Can Help You Lead — WHAT'S NEXT? — Grab your copy of Ramona's best-selling new book 'The Confident & Competent New Manager: How to Rapidly Rise to Success in Your First Leadership Role': amzn.to/3TuOdcP If this episode inspired you in some way, take a screenshot of you listening on your device and post it to your Instagram Stories, and tag me @ramona.shaw.leadership or DM me on LinkedIn at linkedin.com/in/ramona-shaw Are you in your first manager role and don't want to mess it up? Watch our FREE Masterclass and discover the 4 shifts to become a leader people love to work for --> ramonashaw.com/masterclass Don't forget to invest time each week to increase your self-awareness, celebrate your wins, and learn from mistakes. Your career grows only to the extent that you grow. Grab your Career Journal with leadership exercises and weekly reflections here: ramonashaw.com/shop Love the podcast and haven't left a review yet? All you have to do is go to ramonashaw.com/itunes and give your honest review. Thanks for your support of this show! — CHAPTERS — 00:00 Preview 03:53 Meet Amber Zertuche 05:53 Cloverleaf 12:52 Developing your self-awareness with Cloverleaf 20:20 Incorporating Cloverleaf Into Our Culture 21:33 Professional Development: Tip For The Day 22:00 Part One - Discuss A Category 24:27 Part Two - Desired Outcomes 25:17 Part Three - Personal Goal Setting 31:14 Reflection on the changes Cloverleaf has had on our team 36:27 It has soothed my intimidation with new things 39:56 Connect with Amber and Ignite * Disclaimer: Shownotes may contain affiliate links. That means that I am awarded a small commission for purchases made through them, at no added cost for you.
On this Episode of the ASC Podcast with John Goehle we discuss some observations from John's Visit to the Washington Ambulatory Surgery Center Association's 2022 Annual Education Conference and Trade show, discuss required risk assessments and how to make sure they are properly summarized and in our focus segment we discuss the regulatory requirements for Pharmacy and Interview Pharmacy Consultant Victor Alves about recent survey experiences related to pharmacy. This episode is sponsored by Surgical Information Systems, triValence and Ambulatory Healthcare Strategies. Resources from this Episode: Interview with Victor Alves - Here is his contact information:Victor Alves, PharmD, BCGP, FASCP President, Consultant Pharmacist 125 Church Street|Suite 90-163|Pembroke, Massachusetts 02359 T: 508-284-9974| F: 508-598-0409 | E: email@example.com | W: OctariusRx.com Important Resources for ASCs: Conditions for Coverage: https://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-idx?c=ecfr&rgn=div5&view=text&node=42:188.8.131.52.3&idno=42#se42.3.416_150 Infection Control Survey Tool (Used by Surveyors for Infection Control)https://www.cms.gov/Regulations-and-Guidance/Guidance/Manuals/downloads/som107_exhibit_351.pdf Updated Guidance for Ambulatory Surgical Centers - Appendix L of the State Operations Manual (SOM)https://www.cms.gov/Regulations-and-Guidance/Guidance/Manuals/downloads/som107ap_l_ambulatory.pdf https://www.cms.gov/medicareprovider-enrollment-and-certificationsurveycertificationgeninfopolicy-and-memos-states-and/updated-guidance-ambulatory-surgical-centers-appendix-l-state-operations-manual-som Policy & Memos to States and RegionsCMS Quality Safety & Oversight memoranda, guidance, clarifications and instructions to State Survey Agencies and CMS Regional Offices. https://www.cms.gov/Medicare/Provider-Enrollment-and-Certification/SurveyCertificationGenInfo/Policy-and-Memos-to-States-and-Regions Other Resources from the ASC Podcast with John Goehle: Upcoming Conferences: ASC Administrator's Bootcamp: The ASC Industry's leading virtual mentored training program for administrators in ASCs. The virtual conference includes a comprehensive 4 day training program from January 24-27, 2023. For more information - visit: https://ascpodcast.com/asc-administrators-bootcamp/ Other Links: Get a copy of John's most popular book - The Survey Guide - A Guide to the CMS Conditions for Coverage & Interpretive Guidelines for Ambulatory Surgery Centers Visit the ASC Podcast with John Goehle Website Benefits of Becoming a Patron Member Patron Members of the ASC Podcast with John Goehle have access to ASC Central - an exclusive membership website that provides a one-stop ASC Regulatory and Accreditation Compliance, Operations and Financial Management resource for busy Administrators, nurse managers and business office managers. Become a member today!
In this episode, I get into a compilation episode about why assessments are important to determine your success in your workouts. Watch this episode here: https://youtu.be/M3LujGTJxwc Enjoy! Ironclad Body Training System Vol.2 Ebook Now Available here: www.theironcladbody.com/ Add me on Instagram - www.instagram.com/cuttheshitgetfitpodcast/ YouTube Channel - www.youtube.com/user/macank Add me on Facebook - www.facebook.com/rmatuszewski Online Coaching Application - goo.gl/forms/GEpgzfnCUIlhVTiG3
Al Kingsley has spent the last 30 years in the EdTech space and 20 of those as a school trustee and governor. He is co-chair of Workstream 4 at the Foundation for Educational Development, an organization developing a framework for long-term vision and sustainable planning in England. Al is Group CEO of NetSupport Ltd, an internationally acclaimed EdTech vendor. As a firm supporter of lifelong learning, he is also a regional Apprenticeship Ambassador and Chair of the Employment & Skills board for his region's combined authority. An active writer about all things EdTech, Al is a member of the Forbes Technology Council and sits on the advisory council for the Foundation for Education Development. He authored a book, My Secret #EdTech Diary, released in July 2021 that is a road map to a new way of thinking about technology in education. Many similarities - Local authority schools, state run, and private/independent school. Two checkpoints in year 2 and year 6 Internal (teacher-based) and external assessments (formal assessments marked and moderated externally). GCSE - age 16 in a range of subjects. Types of assessments Attainment - comparative score Progress - how much they grew. A Levels - final exam before college. What is the purpose and the outcome of these measures? external serves only 2 measures - certificate of completion or accountability for schools Are those results where they are in attainment, or are there other reasons. Whether our measure of a successful education is acquisition of knowledge or something more? Staff retention PISA is suggesting some changes in how to assess students. Sugata Mitra ted talk NAEP scores for last 15 years - 15–16 jurisdictions in US that were low consistently. Educational decisions are made in political cycles. We don't want quick change, we want long term embedded money. What are the indicators that might vary the funding for schools? Respect and trust our school leaders. Who knows our students best? Do we trust those people? The skills being acquired in the workplace are actually the things we're putting more weight on in the world. Key skills that could be applied anywhere. Education for Human Flourishing Aesthetic appreciation - How do you measure if people value their learning process at your school? Test less and Don't make the test 100% percent of the assessment. Breadth of offerings. Sponsors Pikmykid Improve your school dismissal and safety response with Pikmykid, the Schools Safety and Dismissal Platform. Help move your dismissal from chaos to calm, get kids to their families faster and safer. Visit pikmykid.com/be to learn more Transformative Principal Mastermind Lead a school everyone can be proud of. Being a principal is tough work. You're pulled in all kinds of directions. You never have the time to do the work that really matters. Join me as I help school leaders find the time to do the work they became principals to do. I help you stop putting out fires and start leading. Learn more at https://transformativeprincipal.com
Thursday episodes are "shorts"._Steve Washuta, author of Fitness Business 101, and host of The TrulyFit Podcast, quickly discuss a relevant and timely topic in the Personal Training, Fitness, Health, and Medical industries._SteveWashuta
In this month's episode of Recruiting Connections, IQTalent's Chris Murdock is joined by Ninh Tran, CEO and Co-Founder of Snapbrillia, to analyze the impact of technology on connecting with more candidates, how pre-employment assessments could impede the hiring process for candidates, and more!Ninh Tran's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ninhtran08/
God made His leaders unique and unbalanced on purpose. Do you know what your purpose is? Are you allowing God to use your uniqueness to enhance your leadership? Here are some thoughts that I shared with a group of pastors who are using my book “Shepherd Leadership” as a book study. To watch the video of this training session, please click here. If you would like me to join your team in a similar discussion of Shepherd Leadership, please get in touch with me. Shepherd Leadership is available in print or ebook, and in audiobook through either Audible or Apple. ►► Would you please prayerfully consider supporting this ministry? My Patreon supporters get behind-the-scenes access to exclusive materials. ◀︎◀︎
For Episode 61, Marsha hosts guest LaRue Eppler to discuss intuition and the Evo-K method for personal growth and inner transformation.To access a full transcript of this episode, please visit http://www.marshaclarkandassociates.com/transcripts/a-womans-knowing.To find out more about Marsha or to purchase a copy of her book, "Embracing Your Power: A Woman's Path to Authentic Leadership & Meaningful Relationships," visit her website at www.marshaclarkandassociates.com.Resource Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CU_1faRePnurKcmAb77ZU63H_xzMegRZumegXAg5BX0/edit?usp=sharing
"What the hell happened in the midterms?" asked Andrew Malcolm at RedState.com, and we try to answer that in our discussion. What lessons can we learn from Ron DeSantis and Donald Trump? Plus, my editorial for Salem Now on getting what we needed, and a reminder about the necessity of learning lessons for 2024.
This week on The Preschool Podcast, we welcome Dr. Christina Bretz, Senior Professional Learning Developer at Learning Without Tears. We chat about preschool assessments: what they are, how to administer them, and provide meaningful results to parents! Want to win a $50 gift card? Provide some feedback on The Preschool Podcast here - it only takes one minute!
This week on TABLE TALK, Jeff sat down with Ryan Gilbert (@RGilbertSOP) from the Hockey Gambling Podcast to discuss whether or not this Flyers team actually has an identity as the season is moving along. What we thought would be awful hockey has been surprising to say the least. It was a great discussion! Topics that Ryan and Jeff dove into:- What can we look at to ascertain the Flyers identity, and if they truly have one here in mid-November?- How has John Tortorella been a contributor to the Flyers identity during this early part of the season?- Assessments of the team offensively and defensively. - Flyers fans are in a conundrum of wanting to see good hockey, but knowing they need losses to draft great players in the future.All of this and much more this week on TABLE TALK!Head over to our website for all of our podcasts and more: philadelphiasportstable.com.Follow the guys on Twitter:Jeff Warren: @Jeffrey_WarrenLen Hunsicker: @LenHunsickerErik Leonard: @BrickPolittFollow the show on Instagram: instagram.com/philadelphiasportstable"Like" our Facebook Page: facebook.com/PhiladelphiaSportsTable
Assessments all over the lot after a crazy NFL and college football weekend. The Chiefs were dominant in a bit of odd way, while the rest of the league was zany. In college K-State was overpowering, Kansas was feisty but came up short, Mizzou hung around before getting run over. Intricate analysis and great fun!
This week, Dawn sits down again with operations wizard, Sean Delaney, to discuss value chain assessments and how to avoid over automating the processes in your business. Sean explains his experience as a Fractional Chief Operations Officer and how he helps businesses of every size strengthen their operations, innovate for the future, and scale further, faster, with less time and effort. He also shares some of the most common mistakes entrepreneurs make when organizing their operations teams. Resources talked about in this episode - Sean's website - www.whadif.com Follow Sean on social media - https://www.linkedin.com/in/sean-delaney-b157367/ Digital Dawn Shopify checklist – Shopify Checklist Digital Dawn Website - Digital Dawn Connect with us - Facebook, Instagram, and Linkedin Digital Dawn FREE Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/6FigureeCommSuccessStrategies Book a call - https://digitaldawnagency.com/discovery-call/
The wellbeing of students, staff, and everyone within the CCSD93 community is our highest priority. Join Dr. Hill, along with CCSD93 Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources Julie Tobin, as they continue Talk D93's safety suite by discussing the threat assessment process in CCSD93. You'll find out more about the systematic procedures the district has in place to prevent physical harm from occurring after a threat has been made and how the district uses such situations to help students learn and grow.
If we asked you what you get most excited about in teaching, assessments might not be at the top of your list…but it is for us! By the end of this episode, it just might be for you too. Assessments are the star of the show in part three of our “The Best Thing I Ever Taught” series. Today we're sharing two specific examples of favorite assessments that we have used with our students. Before you listen in, just remember that you can take these ideas and tweak them to fit the exact needs of your students - and that may take some trial and error!If you are in need of some formative quiz ideas, be sure to register for our free new and improved masterclass, Down With The Reading Quiz!SHOW NOTES: https://www.bravenewteaching.com/home/episode125Follow us on Instagram: @bravenewteaching
Creating an organizational assessment isn't as simple as you might think. It's more than a list of questions with multiple-choice answers like you might find in a magazine's "personality quiz." Reliable assessments take careful research, which must be validated in order to prove the results are accurate and actionable. To discuss the intricacies of creating strong thought leadership assessments, I've invited Tony Alessandra to join me. Tony Alessandra is the Founder and CEO of Assessments 24x7, the global leader in assessment technology. He is also a prolific author of more than 30 books, including What Makes Humans Tick?: Exploring the Best Validated Assessments and The Ten Qualities of the World's Greatest Communicators. Plus, he is a Hall of Fame speaker and the World's Top Communication Guru. We start our conversation by getting an understanding of the difference between an assessment and a validated assessment. Tony explains how a validated assessment meets the requirements of the American Psychological Association, getting a minimum score on a statistical measurement to ensure the results are reliable. That means clients will trust your results, and that means more business. Often, thought leaders want to take their speaking (or book) and monetize it as an assessment, but to make that work, you need to do a lot of work, validation, and statistical design. Tony gives tips for must-haves, if you want your assessment to find financial success. We'd be remiss to have a Hall of Fame speaker on without discussing the speaking industry! We close out the conversation by discussing the slow decline of speaking since the early 2000s, and the rise of virtual events. Tony shares the pros of speaking engagements using online technology, and the cons of not being in person. If you are thinking about creating an assessment for your thought leadership, this episode is essential. Three Key Takeaways: * When creating an assessment, have it validated by a third party to avoid any possible bias in the results. * If you're thinking of creating an assessment, having a mobile app for it is crucial. The more steps involved in taking an assessment, the fewer people will finish it. * Technology allows us to do speaking engagements remotely, adding slides, video, and interactive elements that can actually deliver more value than being in person.
In Episode 60, this is the third of Marsha's "On The Nightstand" series and she shares her summary and insights gained from the book, "The Five Disciplines of Inclusive Leaders" by Andres Tapia.To access a full transcript of this episode, please visit http://www.marshaclarkandassociates.com/transcripts/on-the-nightstand.To find out more about Marsha or to purchase a copy of her book, "Embracing Your Power: A Woman's Path to Authentic Leadership & Meaningful Relationships," visit her website at www.marshaclarkandassociates.com.
Assessments can sometimes be scary for both students and educators. Join Brandy Pitre, Director of Assessment and Learning Analytics at Savvas Learning, for an essential Assessments 101 discussion with Tavy Wells Chen and Shirley Li. In the podcast they unpack words like screener, diagnostic, norming, and scaling to help educators better understand the relationship between assessments and learning.
This week, we are taking a break from learning about the spine, and circling back to the knee. In this episode, we cover:What is Osgood-Schlatter Disease?Who gets this and how does it happen?Risk factors for developing Osgood-Schlatter Disease?Assessments and differentials in your examTreatments suggested for this conditionSupport the showThe purpose of this podcast is to provide useful, condensed information for exhausted, time-crunched Physical Therapists and Student Physical Therapists who looking to build confidence in their foundational knowledge base and still have time to focus on other important aspects of life. Hit follow to make sure you never miss an episode. Have questions? Want to connect? Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out more at ptsnackspodcast.com. On Instagram? Check out the unique content on @PT_Snacks! Need CEUs but low on time and resources? Go to https://www.medbridgeeducation.com/pt-snacks-podcast for over 40% off a year subscription. Use the promo code PTSNACKSPODCAST. This is an affiliate link, but I wouldn't recommend MedBridge if I didn't think they offered value. Willing to support monetarily? Follow the link below to help me continue to create free content. You can also support the show by sharing the word about this show with someone you think would benefit from it.
On this installment of OPPOSITION TERRITORY, former Washington and NFL wide receiver, Anthony Armstrong (@MrArmstrong13), joined us for our Eagles vs. Commanders preview podcast! What will week 10 look like for the undefeated Birds who are now 8-0, the first time in franchise history, and a Commanders team who has talent, but hasn't been able to put the pieces together consistently. Topics Anthony and Jeff dove into:- Assessments of Taylor Heinicke, and how he may play into any decisions in the future to bring Carson Wentz back under center?- What is the biggest driving factor for the Commander's inconsistency?- Where do the Commanders need to lean into offensively for this upcoming matchup against the Eagles - the passing game, or running game?- Who will win the battle of the trenches?All of this and much more this week on Opposition Territory!Head over to our website for all of our podcasts and more: philadelphiasportstable.com.Follow the guys on Twitter:Jeff Warren: @Jeffrey_WarrenLen Hunsicker: @LenHunsickerErik Leonard: @BrickPolittFollow the show on Instagram: instagram.com/philadelphiasportstable"Like" our Facebook Page: facebook.com/PhiladelphiaSportsTable
We've made it to episode 101! In this episode we discuss security assessments for businesses and churches, and why its important to get a qualified third party to check your security out. SUPPORT US Starting at just $0.99/month https://anchor.fm/impactdefense/support Check out our partners and support our mission to educate others about self defense. Pick up some Blackout Coffee! www.ImpactGear.live/coffee, and use Coupon Code IMPACTDEFENSE for 10% off your order! Upgrade your holster to an Alien Gear Holster today at www.impactgear.live/aliengear Or if you prefer, check out We The People Holsters: www.impactgear.live/wethepeople Visit www.TheAtomicBear.com and use the coupon code IMPACTDEFENSE at checkout to get 20% off your entire purchase! Visit www.SirtPistol.com and use the coupon code IMPACTDEFENSE at checkout to get 10% off your firearm training tools! Visit www.Invisawear.com and use the coupon code IMPACTDEFENSE at checkout to get 10% off your entire purchase! Looking for quality at home exercise equipment? www.impactgear.live/flybird Looking for camping/storage food? www.impactgear.live/valleyfood Get your firearms and gear here: www.impactgear.live/brownells Build your custom AR here: www.impactgear.live/customgun Get ammo and more at Global Ordnance: www.impactgear.live/GO Check out some awesome holsters at: www.impactgear.live/JM4 Get the best hearing protection in the game: www.impactgear.live/proears Find Outdoor and Camping gear at: www.impactgear.live/outdoor Get awesome Concealed Carry Bags and Cases at: www.impactgear.live/elite Check out the many many knives at: www.impactgear.live/knifecountry For information on attending or hosting a seminar or class visit www.impactdefense.online Here are a few Everyday Carry Self Defense Tools that we like: Saber Pepper Spray: https://amzn.to/3ytSbKA Mace Brand Spray & Personal Alarm: https://amzn.to/3y6bkAG Atomic Bear Rebel Tactical Pen: https://bit.ly/3xYc4rA Fox 479 Folding Karambit: https://amzn.to/3bvPK0R Smith & Wesson Extreme Ops Karambit: https://amzn.to/3bpS2yv Train with the pistol without spending $1,000s on ammo: https://amzn.to/3Nx7DJS Self Defense Tool Reviews Playlist – https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiOlN6IhPUCeCigB0zjE-ki8KCqUEqfPJ Let's connect: Instagram – @impact_defense Twitter – @defenseimpact Facebook - www.facebook.com/impactdefense TikTok- @impactdefense YouTube- www.youtube.com/c/impactdefense Our mission with Impact Defense is to educate and inspire as many people as possible to take self protection seriously. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/impactdefense/support
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Brian and Chad talk about their new eCourse which aims to help your clients gain usable self-awareness. They discuss why you should use assessments and how they chose the assessments in the eCourse. The 4 assessments are: Big Five Factor Core Values Index CliftonStrengths Conflict Styles Here is the link to purchase or learn more: https://coach-approach-ministries.teachable.com/p/4assessments
Traditional methods of assessing student learning favor those students that reside in well-resourced school districts while leaving low-income students at a substantial disadvantage. These grading systems also encourage students to focus on their grades rather than on their learning. In this episode, Judith Littlejohn, Meghanne Freivald, and Katelyn Prager join us to discuss a variety of social justice assessment techniques that can help to create a more equitable environment in which all students can be successful. Judie is the Director of Online Learning at SUNY Genesee Community College, Meghanne is an Instructional Technology Specialist at Alfred University, and Katelyn is an Assistant Professor in the English Department at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Judie, Meghan, and Katelyn worked together on a SUNY Faculty Advisory Council on Teaching and Technology committee on social justice assessments. A transcript of this episode and show notes may be found at http://teaforteaching.com.
For Episode 59, Marsha shares a review of some of her favorite self-assessment tools that lead to greater self-knowledge.To access a full transcript of this episode, please visit http://www.marshaclarkandassociates.com/transcripts/inside-out-view.To find out more about Marsha or to purchase a copy of her book, "Embracing Your Power: A Woman's Path to Authentic Leadership & Meaningful Relationships," visit her website at www.marshaclarkandassociates.com.
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The paper's abstract reads:This paper reflects on the credibility of nuclear risk assessment in the wake of the 2011 Fukushima meltdown. In democratic states, policymaking around nuclear energy has long been premised on an understanding that experts can objectively and accurately calculate the probability of catastrophic accidents. Yet the Fukushima disaster lends credence to the substantial body of social science research that suggests such calculations are fundamentally unworkable. Nevertheless, the credibility of these assessments appears to have survived the disaster, just as it has resisted the evidence of previous nuclear accidents. This paper looks at why. It argues that public narratives of the Fukushima disaster invariably frame it in ways that allow risk-assessment experts to “disown” it. It concludes that although these narratives are both rhetorically compelling and highly consequential to the governance of nuclear power, they are not entirely credible. Discussion Points:Following up on a topic in episode 100 - nuclear safety and risk assessmentThe narrative around planes, trains, cars and nuclear - risks vs. safetyPlanning for disaster when you've promised there's never going to be a nuclear disasterThe 1975 WASH-1400 StudiesJapanese disasters in the last 100 yearsFour tenets of Downer's paper:The risk assessments themselves did not fail Relevance Defense: The failure of one assessment is not relevant to the other assessmentsCompliance Defense: The assessments were sound, but people did not behave the way they were supposed to/did not obey the rulesRedemption Defense: The assessments were flawed, but we fixed themTheories such as: Fukushima did happen - but not an actual ‘accident/meltdown' - it basically withstood a tsunami when the country was flattenedResidents of Fukushima - they were told the plant was ‘safe'The relevance defense, Chernobyl, and 3 Mile IslandBoeing disasters, their risk assessments, and blameAt the time of Fukushima, Japanese regulation and engineering was regarded as superiorThis was not a Japanese reactor! It's a U.S. designThe compliance defense, human errorThe redemption defense, regulatory bodies taking all Fukushima elements into accountDowner quotes Peanuts comics in the paper - lessons - Lucy can't be trusted!This paper is not about what's wrong with risk assessments- it's about how we defend what we doTakeaways:Uncertainty is always present in risk assessmentsYou can never identify all failure modesThree things always missing: anticipating mistakes, anticipating how complex tech is always changing, anticipating all of the little plastic connectors that can breakAssumptions - be wary, check all the what-if scenariosJust because a regulator declares something safe, doesn't mean it isAnswering our episode question: You must question risk assessments CONSTANTLY Quotes:“It's a little bit surprising we don't scrutinize the ‘control' every time it fails.” - Drew“In the case of nuclear power, we're in this awkward situation where, in order to prepare emergency plans, we have to contradict ourselves.” - Drew“If systems have got billions of potential 'billion to one' accidents then it's only expected that we're going to see accidents from time to time.” - David“As the world gets more and more complex, then our parameters for these assessments need to become equally as complex.” - David“The mistakes that people make in these [risk assessments] are really quite consistent.” - Drew Resources:Disowning Fukushima Paper by John DownerWASH-1400 StudiesThe Safety of Work PodcastThe Safety of Work on LinkedInFeedback@safetyofwork
This week I'm talking with Zach Morris, the executive director and development of curriculum and instruction at LEARN Inc. LEARN Inc. is an non-for-profit school in Missoula, Montana in the United States which is approaching education in a thoughtful and alternative way, and with powerful results, especially for their neurodivergent students, which make up to 75% of the student body. Their mission is to facilitate individualized learning opportunities that honor neurodivergence, encourage social collaboration, and foster whole-person growth. And as a result, the kids at LEARN are getting the opportunity to develop with confidence and feeling seen for who they are.I know that this education piece—figuring out how to help our child develop a love of learning and reach their full potential—is one of the most challenging pieces of raising differently wired kids, and I just have to say that talking with Zach left me feeling inspired, hopeful, and motivated. Zach believes there is a different way, and he's doing his part to push the needle forward. Together we talk about the the philosophy of nonviolent communication, what can happen for our kids when we practice compassion with them, and how parents like us can bring some of Zach's philosophy into our lives to support our kids. This was one of those mind = blown conversations for me. I hope you like it. Zach Morris M.Ed is a leader in education. He holds a Montana State educators license, he is HANDLE level 1&2 certified, and he is an active pursuant of Non-Violent Communication practices. His current research targets neurodiversity and learning. Things you'll learn from this episodeWhat it looks like when education is grounded in compassion and the principles of nonviolent communication, ecological literacy, and whole person learning (social, emotional, physiological, and academic)Why Zach believes the key to education is individualization and diversity within the systemHow a child can be shifted from feeling they do everything wrong to feeling like they can are heard and can contributeHow Zach helps a child with PTSD from their previous educational experiences recoverHow parents can incorporate Zach's philosophy into their daily livesWhy Zach believes that we have choice in everything Resources mentioned for whole-person learningLearn IncA Deep Dive Into Diagnoses, Assessments, and Labels, with Dr. Melissa Neff The Center for Nonviolent Communication Speak Peace in a World of Conflict Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life Dr. Devon MacEachron on Assessing and Supporting Twice-Exceptional Learners Support the showConnect with Tilt Parenting Visit Tilt Parenting Take the free 7-Day Challenge Read a chapter of Differently Wired Follow Tilt on Twitter & Instagram
Hi Friends, Joining me today is Angela O'Brien, founder of Your Space Reclaimed in Dallas, TX. Angela is one of our incredible SBO Partners and I invited her on the show to talk about motherhood, organizing and all things Enneagram! I specifically asked Angela to visit our show in October as we recognize Down Syndrome Awareness Month. As a mom of 2 grown-ish kids, Angela shares her story of finding out her daughter was born with Down Syndrome and what she wants people to know about the Down Syndrome community. During our conversation we talked about: Life transitions, knowing when to pull back and when to lean in. Her personal discovery into the Enneagram and how it led her to becoming a certified Enneagram coach and finding her passion as a professional organizer at the age of 51. The importance of teaching independence, providing support and building confidence for all kids, especially those with Intellectual Disabilities. How she gives back and supports the Down Syndrome community in Dallas We also talked about her struggles as an Enneagram 9 (The Peacemaker) and what strategies she has put in place to help her live an organized life. Make sure to check out the links below for everything we talked about including Angela's fav organizing products, book recommendations and special promos for our TOL listeners. If you know someone who could benefit from this episode, please take a moment to share it with your friends. And finally, if you are a Professional Organizer, or thinking about becoming a Professional Organizer, we would love to talk with you about our Group and Individual Offerings. Click HERE to learn more! XOXO- Laurie P.S. If you are curious about finding your enneagram type, here's a link to a free assessment: https://www.truity.com/test/enneagram-personality-test ***(note: online assessments have a high rate of inaccuracy. Assessments can prove helpful in giving insight, but we believe that the best way to determine your Enneagram type is through self-discovery and learning about each of the 9 types. Learn more) LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE CONNECT WITH ANGELA WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM | FACEBOOK ANGELA'S FAVORITE PRODUCTS: Lazy Susans | Deep Acrylic Bins with Wheels ANGELA'S BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: You are a Badass | The Gift of an Ordinary Day
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Ryan Cloutier's child came home from school one day and told him that he had figured out the staff Wi-Fi password. Frustrated that the security wasn't better for a school network, Ryan decided to do something about it. Since then, his career has been focused on serving K12, local government, and socio-economically disadvantaged communities with his company Security Studio. ISACA's Jeff Champion asks him about ways to overcome technical language barriers when completing risk assessments and Ryan discusses key issues with risk assessments and a path forward to resolving them. Tune in to start thinking about more interesting ways to approach risk assessments! To read Ryan's full-length article, visit: www.isaca.org/what-makes-risk-assessments-so-unpleasant To listen to more ISACA Podcasts, visit: www.isaca.org/podcasts
What is a cognitive assessment? Why should everyone get one? Partner and Certified Elder Law Attorney Barbara McGinnis speaks with Ellen Abbott, a Life Care Manager at Visionary Care Consultants, about their partnership with Linus Health and how their cognitive assessments work.
David Jones is the Founder and CEO at The Talent Enterprise, a leading ‘think' and ‘do' tank focused on the elevation of human capital, integrating modern psychometric tools and assessment solutions with the latest advancements in artificial intelligence and data science.In addition, David is a senior advisor to policymakers and organizational leaders on their human capital priorities, utilizing his expertise in labor market economics. David leads global business growth and expansion at The Talent Enterprise and leads vital client relationships and the research and innovation efforts to identify future human capital priorities.With over 30 years of human capital experience, David worked with clients in more than 40 countries on a broad range of talent, leadership, assessment, performance, transformation, and inclusion projects. David is also experienced in various psychometric instruments and qualifies with the British Psychological Society at Level A and B.He has written many books and among his latest is "The Future of Assessments." Forthcoming publications include research contributions to volumes on the changing social contract in Saudi Arabia and an international perspective on happiness and positive psychology.With his vast experience, David speaks proficiently about building more effective approaches to capability assessments, employee engagement, leadership development, workplace wellbeing, performance, and talent development frameworks. https://thetalententerprise.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-barrie-jones/Rebel HR is a podcast for HR professionals and leaders of people who are ready to make some disruption in the world of work.We'll be discussing topics that are disruptive to the world of work and talk about new and different ways to approach solving those problems.Follow Rebel HR Podcast at:www.rebelhumanresources.comhttps://twitter.com/rebelhrguyhttps://www.facebook.com/rebelhrpodcastwww.kyleroed.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/kyle-roed/ Managing Projects Doesn't Have to Be a MessBasecamp helps teams organize projects in a way that makes sense for all. Try Basecamp.BrandBuzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the showRebel HR is a podcast for HR professionals and leaders of people who are ready to make some disruption in the world of work. Please connect to continue the conversation! https://twitter.com/rebelhrguyhttps://www.facebook.com/rebelhrpodcasthttp://www.kyleroed.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/kyle-roed/
One week into the 2022-23 NBA season, Bob & Jeff evaluate the Celtics, Nets & Sixers' respective beginnings 0:51: Celtics lose their first game of the season; what's your early assessment? 3:11: How long can the Celtics succeed without Rob Williams? 7:14: What's wrong with the Sixers? 13:42: Early impressions of Ben Simmons with the Nets 20:04: Utah Jazz contenders or pretenders? 22:19: Did we overrate LeBron & Anthony Davs' ability to carry the Lakers? 25:47: Jeff read Gary's book?
In this episode, JoDee and Susan discuss doing comprehensive reviews and evaluations of an organization's HR services. Topics include: What an HR audit or HR assessment is Our experiences with HR assessments The value of doing periodic HR assessments Four steps for conducting an HR assessment Some of the surprises we've experienced in doing HR assessments The joyful part of doing an HR assessment Full show notes and links are available here. A transcript of the episode can be found here. To get 0.50 hour of SHRM recertification credit, fill out the evaluation here. Connect with us: @JoyPowered on Instagram @JoyPowered on Twitter @JoyPowered on Facebook @JoyPowered on LinkedIn Sign up for our email newsletter
Is your Principal leaking data? Not intentionally but many EP teams could be unaware of the wealth of Open Source Information (OSINT) they are emitting even on covert operations. This week we are delighted to welcome Sandra Stibbards, CEO of Camelot Investigations, recorded live at the Corporate Security Modernization Forum for DC, Maryland and Virginia to address: How would a protector know why and when to investigate their online footprint? What are the parameters of 'open source' intelligence? How are the Principal's family causing potential problems for your operations and how can you help? To what extent are online vulnerability assessments part of 'cyber' security or the wider 'corporate security' framework? What is the extent of the details adversaries can find out about your clients? More about Sandra: https://www.linkedin.com/in/camelotinvestigations/ (LinkedIn) http://opensourceintelligencetraining.org (Website) More about the Circuit: The Circuit Magazine is written and produced by volunteers, most of who are operationally active, working full time in the security industry. The magazine is a product of their combined passion and desire to give something back to the industry. By subscribing to the magazine you are helping to keep it going into the future. https://circuit-magazine.com/read/ (Find out more >) If you liked this podcast, we have an accompanying weekly newsletter called 'On the Circuit' where we take a deeper dive into the wider industry. http://bit.ly/OntheCircuit (Opt in here >) The Circuit team is: Elijah Shaw Jon Moss Shaun West Phelim Rowe Connect with Us: https://circuit-magazine.com/ (Circuit Magazine) https://mailchi.mp/the-bba.org.uk/bba-connect (BBA Connect) https://www.theprotectorapp.com/ (NABA Protector) https://the-bba.org.uk/ (British Bodyguard Association)
This week on the Psyched to Practice podcast we have the opportunity to talk threat assessments with Dr. Melissa Reeves. Join Ray and Paul as they learn about the carefully crafted process behind threat assessments, and the role it plays in our schools and communities in limiting risk. Please enjoy this Masters in Practice episode: Threat Assessments.
Does the carbon removal tech you're developing have a shot at being cost-competitive in the real world? How might you reduce the cost of a given CDR technology? And how do you convince government funders or investors that your carbon removal idea is viable? A techno-economic assessment or TEA answers these questions. So, what is involved in conducting a techno-economic assessment? And how might it help a startup improve the economic performance of its climate tech and maximize its impact? Grant Faber is Founder and President of Carbon-Based Consulting, a firm that offers techno-economic assessments, early-stage emissions accounting, and market research for startups, investors, and environmental nonprofits in the CDR and CCUS space. On this bonus episode of Reversing Climate Change, Grant joins Ross, Siobhan, and Asa to explain why an understanding of economics is crucial in carbon removal and how a TEA helps us determine the cost per tonne of carbon removal. Grant walks us through the concept of learning rates, discussing why different technologies have different learning rates, and how founders might apply these principles to reduce costs. Listen in for insight on the potentially arbitrary nature of life cycle assessments and learn how Grant can help your organization accelerate the commercialization of carbon removal technology. Connect with Nori Purchase Nori Carbon Removals Nori's website Nori on Twitter Join Nori's Discord to hang out with other fans of the podcast and Nori Check out our other podcast, Carbon Removal Newsroom Carbon Removal Memes on Twitter Carbon Removal Memes on Instagram Resources Carbon-Based Consulting Grant on LinkedIn Air Miners Global CO2 Initiative Global CO2 Initiative TEA Guidelines AssessCCUS Research by Jessika Trancik Research by Greg Nemet ‘Factors Affecting the Cost of Airplanes' in the Journal of Aeronautical Sciences ‘Evaluating the Causes of Cost Reduction in Photovoltaic Modules' in Energy Policy 'I, Pencil' Research by J. Doyne Farmer --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/reversingclimatechange/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reversingclimatechange/support
Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Byron McClure D.Ed. Dr. Byron McClure is a National Certified School Psychologist, Founder of Lessons For SEL, and currently the Director of Innovation for 7 Mindsets. He formerly served as the Assistant Director of School Redesign for DC Public Schools, where he was responsible for leading and reimagining what Social Emotional Learning looked like within an inner-city community. He is on a mission to shift how people think from what's wrong to what's strong!" Kelsie Reed, Ph.D. Dr. Kelsie Reed is a nationally certified school psychologist who works at the elementary school level in Maryland. She graduated from Loyola University Chicago with her PhD in 2020 and was the recipient of two university awards for her dissertation titled, “Investigating Exclusionary Discipline: Teachers, Deficit Thinking, and Root Cause Analysis.” Dr. Reed is passionate about advancing educational equity for minoritized students, disrupting the school-to-prison pipeline, identifying and implementing alternatives to suspension, and closing the policy to practice gap. Show Highlights The impact of Eugenics on policies and practices Assessments created to promote a superior race Alternative assessment options Hacking Deficit Thinking Connect with Byron Hacking Deficit Thinking Website Twitter Facebook Page Instagram Connect with Kelsie Instagram Sassy4SocialJustice Twitter Additional Resources Hacking Deficit Thinking: 8 Reframes that will change the way you think about strength-based practices and equity in schools Book Dr. Eakins Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about the Advocacy Room Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies
How is automation creating more jobs in the workplace? Jeff Burnstein, President of A3, claims that by using automation to function alongside workers, it can create more jobs for the market and allow workers more time for important tasks. Listen to the episode to hear more about Jeff's perspective on how automation can transform the job market. Tune in to learn:What is A3 and how does it supports the industry (1:20) How A3 educates companies on automation (7:45) About the Automate Show (18:00) Taking advantage of the data to improve automation technology (28:00) IT Visionaries is powered by Salesforce Platform and Dreamforce. Did you know all the very best Dreamforce sessions are available free on salesforce.com/plus? We recommend watching the Platform and MuleSoft keynote to get the down-low on doing more with less and increasing efficiencies with automation.Mission.org is a media studio producing content for world-class clients. Learn more at mission.org
We are continuing the conversation on language assessment and this week, we dive into the best part of the series: informal assessments! Kallie Knight will join us again to share a recap of all of the different options for navigating referrals and building out a comprehensive evaluation. Kallie is a school-based SLP who shares incredibly well-researched content and funny Instagram reels on https://www.instagram.com/kknighttherapy/?hl=en (@kknighttherapy). Check out Kallie's previous episodes on the podcast: Episodes 114-117, where we talk about evaluations for culturally and linguistically diverse students, non-word repetition, and dynamic assessment. Visit https://slpnow.com (SLP Now) to download 5 of our favorite, premium therapy resources for SLPs (for free!)
In today's episode, Greg and Eric pat themselves on the back for breaking the 100 episode barrier, in addition to sharing their picks for Fat Bear Week 2022. After that, Greg encroaches on Eric's territory with a segment about body composition assessments. In the segment, Greg discusses what common body composition devices actually measure, how accurate (or inaccurate) they are for individuals (rather than groups), and some better strategies for monitoring progress toward fitness goals. After that, Eric steers others toward the Road to Enlightenment with a segment on the fitness-related applications of mindfulness and meditation. He specifically looks at the research evaluating mindfulness-based interventions for mental fatigue, sleep, pain management, and eating behaviors. Eric also discusses scenarios in which mindfulness-based interventions might be contraindicated, and provides some resources for people who want to give meditation or other mindfulness-based interventions a shot. SUPPORT THE PODCASTJoin the Research Spotlight newsletter: Get a two-minute breakdown of one recent study every Wednesday. Our newsletter is the easiest way to stay up to date with the latest exercise and nutrition science.MacroFactorIf you want to learn more about our MacroFactor diet app, check it out here.To join in on the MacroFactor conversation, check out our Facebook group and subreddit.CoachingGet personalized training and nutrition plans from our expect coaches: Learn more hereMASS Research ReviewSubscribe to the MASS Research Review to get concise and applicable breakdowns of the latest strength, physique, and nutrition research – delivered monthly.Bulk SupplementsFinally, next time you stock up on supplements from BulkSupplements.com, be sure to use the promo code “SBSPOD” (all caps) to get 5% off your entire order. TIME STAMPSIntro/Announcements (0:00)Fat Bear Week (5:09)https://www.nps.gov/katm/learn/fat-bear-week-2022.htmRecipe sharing in MacroFactor (14:57)www.macrofactorapp.comBody Composition Assessments are Less Useful Than You Think (17:19)https://macrofactorapp.com/body-composition/What's actually being measured by the most common body composition devices? (18:48)How accurate are the estimates at the group level? (34:07)https://weightology.net/the-pitfalls-of-body-fat-measurement-part-1/How accurate are the estimates at the individual level? (36:49)A hypothetical example with calculations (45:02)Can your bathroom scale track changes effectively over time, even if the exact body-fat value isn't perfectly valid? (Another issue with bioelectrical impedance devices) (50:09)Why worry about body composition in the first place? (54:29)What should we actually track to monitor progress over time? (1:03:48)Fitness-Related Applications of Mindfulness and Meditation (1:09:08)https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33593124/Important disclaimer (1:12:21)Defining mindfulness and meditation (1:15:21)https://www.headspace.com/meditation/techniquesMindfulness and mental fatigue (1:20:21)https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35805484/Mindfulness and sleep (1:27:45)https://www.sleepfoundation.org/sleep-hygienehttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27663102/https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30714811/Mindfulness for pain management (1:35:20)https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK545194/https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29126747/https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27658913/Mindful eating (1:42:48)https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28848310/https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24854804/https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32551798/https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27862826/Important caveats (1:46:13)https://forrt.org/reversals/https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30708288/Introductory resources for mindfulness and meditation (1:58:28)https://mhealth.jmir.org/2015/3/e82/https://www.nytimes.com/wirecutter/reviews/best-meditation-apps/https://www.womenshealthmag.com/health/g25178771/best-meditation-apps/https://lifehacker.com/7-meditation-apps-that-are-cheaper-and-better-than-he-1847455111https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5556586/https://yesherabgye.comhttps://plumvillage.org/thich-nhat-hanh/key-books/
We are continuing our series on language assessment and talking about formal assessments! Kallie Knight will join us again to share her experiences and tips for navigating those language assessments when we get those referrals. Kallie is a school-based SLP who shares incredibly well-researched content and funny Instagram reels on https://www.instagram.com/kknighttherapy/?hl=en (@kknighttherapy). In the following episodes, we'll cover informal assessments and making recommendations. Be sure to go back and listen to Episode 138 for the start of our conversation! Visit https://slpnow.com (SLP Now) to download 5 of our favorite, premium therapy resources for SLPs (for free!)
According to HBR if you haven't taken a test as part of a hiring process, you probably will in your next job search. About 76% of organizations with more than 100 employees rely on assessments for external hiring, especially for senior positions. In this episode, I discuss:The benefits of pre-employment assessments AND why they SuckHow these assessments tell me a lot about the company cultureSuggestions about how you may approach pre-employment assessmentsTips for employers and organizationsShow notes: Grab a Strengths & Strategy Session HERE. Follow @jillGriffinOffical on Instagram for daily inspiration. Visit JillGriffinCoaching.com for more details on my private and group coaching programs.