Flashcards in Lecture 3: Selection Deck (15):
What is the process of selection?
The process that an organization attempts to identify applicants with the necessary knowledge, skills, abilities to achieve its goals
What is the criteria of reliability and validity?
1. Reliability: is the extent to which measurement is free of random error
2. Validity: To extent to which a performance measures assess all relevant aspects of job performance
What are five factors commonly used in selection methods?
2. Openness to experience
Which personality trait is best for performance?
What is managerial performance mainly linked to?
Conscientiousness and extraversion
What is team performance linked to?
Emotional stability and agreeableness
What are three aspects to improving interviews with structure?
1. Question sophistication
2. Question consistency
3. Evaluation standardization
What are selection methods based upon?
What is the difference between training and development?
Training: More about knowledge, skills and attitudes
Development: Holistic and future oriented
What is the training-process model?
1. Assess needs for training
2. Ensure readiness for training
3. Create learning environment
4. Ensure transfer of training
5. Selecting training methods
6. Evaluate training programs
What does assessing the needs for training entail?
1. Task/ job analysis
2. Person analysis
3. Organization analysis
What are three forms of training method?
1. Presentation method
2. Hands-on method
3. Group-building method
Where is the point of constructive tension?
In between boredom and shutdown, at engagement
What are the four pillars of leadership development?
1. Formal education
3. On-the-job experiences
4. Interpersonal relationships