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Sie planen Ihren nächsten Schritt als Führungskraft? Oder sind Sie bereits losgegangen und stehen im Auswahlverfahren für eine Position im Top-Management? Dann wartet jetzt sicher ein anspruchsvolles Assessment-Center auf Sie und darauf lohnt es sich vorzubereiten. Ich zeige Ihnen wie: Welche Aufgaben es zu bearbeiten gilt und worauf es dabei ankommt. Meine Kunden, die ihre Assessments bereits erfolgreich durchlaufen haben, berichten gern von ihren Erfahrungen und auch daraus können Sie Info ...
 
As the CEO of my own RTO for over 12 years and a qualified Trainer and Assessor for more than 15 years this podcast will help you develop your skills and knowledge to become a leader in your industry. Using strategies that enhance your delivery, connect with your learners and obtain exceptional outcomes.Professional development is vital to your success and we are here to help you discover your flow and best practice as a professional trainer and assessor.Learn all aspects of Training design ...
 
Are you in a career transition? In college looking to choose a major? Or just want to learn more about yourself? We offer and administer 100% online personality, college and career interest assessments via our website at http://careerassessmentsite.com. Our podcasts cover theory and fact behind the assessments we offer such as The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, The Strong Interest Inventory, as well as Business and Leadership assessments such as The Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientat ...
 
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Buchen Sie jetzt ihr kostenfreies Erstgespräch https://calendly.com/trachsel In diesem Podcast spricht Gabriele Trachsel über die richtige Präsentation im AC. Zur Präsentation gehört nicht nur was gesagt wird, sondern auch wie es gesagt wird. Mimik, Gestik, Körperhaltung, Sprache. Folgende Fehler sind zu vermeiden: Übertreibungen, Suggestivfragen/U…
 
Chris, Melanie, and Zack debate whether there is a "Biden doctrine" and if so, what exactly it is. They identify two separate threads in Biden's thinking and that of his team — one idealist vision for global democracy, and a second more pragmatic and restrained approach. These diverging views do not, at the moment, appear to have yet been resolved.…
 
Buchen Sie jetzt Ihr kostenfreies Erstgespräch https://calendly.com/trachsel Gabriele Trachsel interviewt in dieser Folge eine ehemalige Kundin. Sie ist mit ihrer Hilfe erfolgreich aus einem Assessment (Posten: HR-Leiterin für ein grosses Unternehmen) hervorgegangen. Aufgrund ihrer Position im Management wird die Kundin anonym belassen. Gabriele be…
 
Buchen Sie jetzt Ihr kostenfreies Erstgespräch https://calendly.com/trachsel In dieser Podcast-Folge spricht Gabriele Trachsel über wichtige Fragen, die im Interview auf Sie zukommen werden. Interviews werden strukturiert bzw. teilstrukturiert geführt. Aus den Anforderungen ergeben sich Fragen und aus Ihren Antworten wiederum weitere Vertiefungs- u…
 
As we approach the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Chris, Melanie, and Zack discuss Daniel Byman’s article in the current issue of Foreign Affairs, “The Good Enough Doctrine: Learning to Live with Terrorism.” Byman surveys the various aspects of the “Global War on Terror” and concludes that, on balance, the United States and others have achie…
 
Buchen Sie jetzt ihr kostenfreies Erstgespräch https://calendly.com/trachsel In diesem Podcast spricht Gabriele Trachsel darüber, wie Sie sich als Kandidat/in bestens auf das Assessment vorbereiten können. Gabriele Trachsel gibt 14 Fragen, die man für sich selbst als Vorbereitung für das Assessment-Center beantworten sollte. Bei den Fragen geht es …
 
Buchen Sie jetzt ihr kostenfreies Erstgespräch https://calendly.com/trachsel In diesem Podcast spricht Gabriele Trachsel über die typischen Assessment-Center Aufgaben, die Sie erwarten werden. Ihre Learnings: - Welche Fragen werden gestellt? - Die Challenges der Case Study - No Go’s - Wie verhalten Sie sich richtig? Wollen Sie mehr Informationen ha…
 
Buchen Sie jetzt ihr kostenfreies Erstgespräch https://calendly.com/trachsel In diesem Podcast spricht Gabriele Trachsel über die Vorbereitung auf das Assessment-Center. Zu oft wird der Aspekt der Vorbereitung unterschätzt. Online gibt es viele Möglichkeiten sich Informationen zu holen und kleine Tests durchzuführen. ABER: Diese Tests und Informati…
 
Buchen Sie jetzt ihr kostenfreies Erstgespräch https://calendly.com/trachsel In diesem Podcast gibt Gabriele Trachsel Ihnen konkrete Beispiele zum stark umstrittenen Thema „Wer führt besser? Männer oder Frauen?“ Es erwarten Sie spannende Insights aus den Medien und Erfahrungswerte von Gabriele Trachsel. Wollen Sie mehr Informationen haben dann buch…
 
Buchen Sie jetzt ihr kostenfreies Erstgespräch https://calendly.com/trachsel In diesem Podcast spricht Gabriele Trachsel über die Kriterien zur Auswahl der Kandidaten und zeigt Ihnen wo genau Sie punkten müssen um ihren Traumjob zu bekommen. Ihre Learnings: - Entscheidende Kompetenzen - Falsche Selbsteinschätzung - Wer etwas vorspielt verliert - Di…
 
Buchen Sie jetzt ihr kostenfreies Erstgespräch Gabriele TrachselIn diesem Podcast spricht Gabriele Trachsel über die Geschichte des Assessment-Centers, die Strukturen und warum immer mehr Unternehmen darauf bestehen. Ihre Learnings: - Geschichte des AC - Strukturen und Abläufe - Kategorien - Entscheidungskriterien Wollen Sie mehr Informationen habe…
 
Chris, Zack, and Melanie talk about the Biden administration’s disastrous military withdrawal from Afghanistan. Whose fault is this debacle? What is the manner of our exit doing to America’s credibility, with friends and adversaries alike, around the world? In a year, is anyone going to remember or care what has happened in the last several weeks? …
 
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Chris, Melanie, and Zack debate the Pentagon's new concept of "integrated deterrence" and try to divine its meaning and importance. They struggle to differentiate the concept from existing theories of deterrence and conclude that this phrase seems better suited to identifying a problem, rather than describing a solution. Chris encourages listeners …
 
Special guest Chris Dougherty joins Chris and Melanie to discuss his recent War on the Rocks article, “Gradually and then Suddenly: Explaining the Navy’s Strategic Bankruptcy.” Dougherty notes that “a series of decisions (and indecisions) decades in the making have backed the Navy into a budget and force-planning corner,” and he describes the compe…
 
Chris, Zack, and Melanie get together to talk about Samuel Charap's article, "Expanding the Scope for Statecraft in US-Russia Policy." Does the United States need to "gird itself for sustained competition" with Russia? What kind of leverage does the United States have in negotiating with Putin? How can the United States best work with allies who ha…
 
Chris, Melanie, and Zack dig into Marcus Willett’s “Lessons of the SolarWinds Hack” in the latest issue of Survival. They explore the distinction between cyber espionage and cyber defense (Was it an attack? Or a hack? Does it matter?), consider the implications of the offense-defense balance (Is 100 percent defense feasible?), and review possible g…
 
The Net Assessment team debates Patrick Porter and Michael Mazarr's recent study on "Countering China's Adventurism Over Taiwan: A Third Way" written for the Lowy Institute. Chris, Melanie, and Zack agree that the study is thought provoking and well argued, but disagree about whether it is ultimately convincing. Nonetheless, Porter and Mazarr have …
 
Using Charles Kupchan and Peter Trubowitz's Foreign Affairs article "Why an Internationalist Foreign Policy Needs a Stronger Domestic Foundation" as a basis for discussion, Chris, Zack, and Melanie sit down to talk about President Joe Biden's "foreign policy for the middle class." Who, exactly, is in the "middle class"? Are certain positions on for…
 
Chris, Melanie, and Zack, discuss Frank Hoffman’s recent War on the Rocks essay, “U.S. Defense Strategy after the Pandemic,” which makes the case for adjusting U.S. strategic objectives in light of flat or declining Pentagon budgets over the next few years. While the Pentagon might intend “to implement the 2018 National Defense Strategy as if the p…
 
Chris, Melanie, and Zack debate the wisdom of President Joe Biden's decision to withdraw U.S. forces from Afghanistan. They discuss the argument made by Meghan O'Sullivan and Richard Haass that the Biden administration should have kept a small force in Afghanistan for the foreseeable future, but question whether that would have been sufficient to a…
 
Chris, Zack, and Melanie discuss Hal Brands and Charles Edel’s article “A Grand Strategy of Democratic Solidarity.” Is it possible, and is it wise, to construct a grand strategy of democratic solidarity to counter China and Russia? How might the United States and other countries implement this strategy in practice? Should President Joe Biden host a…
 
This is the final instalment in a series of podcasts from Cambridge Assessment Network focusing on different aspects and forms of assessment. In this episode, Tony Emmerson, Senior Deputy Head at The English College in Prague and Mark Frazer, Teaching Learning and Assessment Lead at CEM explore the differences between testing and assessment and how…
 
Chris, Melanie, and Zack discuss the recent War on the Rocks article "Beyond Colossus or Collapse: Five Myths Driving American Debates about China." Authors Evan Medeiros and Jude Blanchette tee up key myths surrounding China’s economic growth and foreign policy, and the success or failure of the U.S. strategy of engagement with China. The hosts sc…
 
Professor Dave Putwain from Liverpool John Moores University joined Jill Duffy, Chief Executive of our UK exam board, OCR, to discuss the topic of student anxiety. Prof Putwain has a PhD in stress and anxiety, and he offers practical tips on how to reduce and manage anxiety that will be useful for students, parents and their teachers, this year and…
 
This is the fourth in a series of podcasts from Cambridge Assessment Network focusing on different aspects and forms of assessment. In this episode, Mike Housden, Senior Assessment Manager at Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing discusses how admissions tests can be used to identify candidates with the most potential, how they give students an o…
 
Melanie, Chris, and Zack debate the Joe Biden administration's Interim National Security Strategic Guidance. They commend the administration for issuing the document so early into its tenure, but have questions about the specifics. In particular, the document promises to execute a foreign policy for the middle class, but what this means in practice…
 
This is the third episode in a series of podcasts from our colleagues in the Cambridge Assessment Network on the different aspects and forms of assessment. Today we are with David Russell from The Education and Training Foundation talking about professional development for teachers and trainers, the principles of effective CPD and how it can best b…
 
Chris, Zack, and Melanie sit down to discuss U.S. sanctions programs and how to make them more effective. In a recent War on the Rocks article focused on sanctions, Edward Fishman argues that the United States needs to take a hard look at our economic statecraft. Why have sanctions become the go-to answer to so many foreign policy problems? When sh…
 
Episode Notes Season #5, Episode #2 Traps Trainers Fall Into As trainers we can fall into several traps, have you? Trap #1 Wanting to deliver a program and spending weeks developing without going to the market and seeing the need. We can have many great programs that clients don’t want to buy, or students don’t want to attend. Knowing your target a…
 
Chris, Melanie, and Zack wade into the long-running debate on whether Europe can defend itself (chiefly from Russia), and how hard it should try. In a recent article, Barry Posen from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology concludes that Europe is capable of conducting major military operations against a potential Russian attack, and that these …
 
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