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  1. 1. MCP ? How To Select The NextHow To Select The Next Talent Selection Guidance Powered by AIESEC in Australia
  2. 2. 1.Values Talent Selection Guidance Powered by AIESEC in Australia 1.Values
  3. 3. Powered by AIESEC in Australia Our valuesprovide a way for the collective leadership of AIESEC to encourage common norms of behavior across our global network Your people are the guardian of the values and the purpose of AIESEC They are the role models of the Values & LDM
  4. 4. 1.Values Talent Selection Guidance Powered by AIESEC in Australia 1.Values 2.Potential2.Potential
  5. 5. Powered by AIESEC in Australia Potential. Motivation. Ambition. Curiosity
  6. 6. Powered by AIESEC in Australia Motivation. 1 2 3 4 5 PASSIVE Dosent have motivation Needs so much direction Will do the work if pushed Not self- motivated ADEQUATE STRONG Self-Motivated Proven track record of consistent performance GREAT Takes initiative to do more work,faster and better. Constantly self improving skills SUPERB Totally committed Wants to excel and won't quit despite challenges
  7. 7. Powered by AIESEC in Australia Ambition. QuestionQuestion Where do you see yourself in 5 years? It is important to assess if the ambitions of the candidate align with what the role and what AIESEC can offer him/ her. Dont simply assess their ambition but assess what kind of person/development the candidate wants to have within 5 years. Assessment
  8. 8. Powered by AIESEC in Australia Curiosity. QuestionQuestion Tell me something yo have taught yourself in the last 6 month. How did you go about teaching yourself this new skill or idea, and what was the result? Look for: the eagerness to learn a focus on continual learning and development strong and curious questions abou the LC Assessment TaskTask Give them a task that requires research. Question: Tell u thought how you reached your final result?
  9. 9. Powered by AIESEC in Australia Ambition. QuestionQuestion Where do you see yourself in 5 years? It is important to assess if the ambitions of the candidate align with what the role and what AIESEC can offer him/ her. Dont simply assess their ambition but assess what kind of person/development the candidate wants to have within 5 years. Assessment
  10. 10. 1.Values Talent Selection Guidance Powered by AIESEC in Australia 1.Values 2.Potential2.Potential 3.Leadership3.Leadership
  11. 11. Effective cross- cultural ,cross-generational communication Engaging other with own values and purpose Connecting with networks Emotional intelligence Empathetic Aware of the world issues Taking responsibility for the community /county and territory/ the world self-aware of: Strengths Weaknesses Values Purpose
  12. 12. 1.Values Talent Selection Guidance Powered by AIESEC in Australia 1.Values 2.Potential2.Potential 3.Leadership3.Leadership 4.Competency4.Competency
  13. 13. Competency Powered by AIESEC in Australia Attitude Skill Knowledge Does the competency of the candidate fit in organizational needs? Does the competency required by the function and JD?
  14. 14. What Else? Powered by AIESEC in Australia
  15. 15. Art of Selection BODY LANGUAGE Powered by AIESEC in Australia
  16. 16. We know that our body language affects how others see us. Powered by AIESEC in Australia
  17. 17. Main Elements of Body Language Powered by AIESEC in Australia Gesture Hands & Arms Speech Posture Eye Contact Voice Tone
  18. 18. Main Elements of Body Language Powered by AIESEC in Australia Posture It should be standing tall with shoulders back, it show confident but less arrogant. Eye Contact Solid with Smiling face , it really shows that this person respect for his/her interviewer/person that he/ she talk with.
  19. 19. Main Elements of Body Language Powered by AIESEC in Australia Gesture Hands & Arms The less the movement , the better you are , since if you hand/arm gestures are small and close to your body, it shows that you are a defensive person. Speech Not slow , but clear, and easy to capture by the other person. Tone of Voice The voice should be moderate, which mean not too hight and fast , not too slow and tiny
  20. 20. So What should I look our for? Powered by AIESEC in Australia EYES Mouth Hands & Arms Legs & feet Head
  21. 21. Being defensive Powered by AIESEC in Australia Hand/arm gestures are small and close to his/her body Facial expressions are minimal Body is physically turned away from you Arms are crossed in front of body Eyes maintain little contact or are downcast
  22. 22. Bored/Cannot be engaged Powered by AIESEC in Australia Heads are down Eyes are glazed , or gazing at something else Hands many be picking at cloths, or finding with pens People may be writing or doodling They may be sitting slumped in their chairs
  23. 23. Lying Powered by AIESEC in Australia Eyes maintain little or no eye contact , or there may be rapid eye movements , with pupils constricted. Head or fingers are in front of his or her mouth when speaking His or her body is physically turned away from you , or there are unusual/un-natural body gestures. Voice changes such as change in pitch, stammering , throat clearing
  24. 24. MCP 19/20 Talent Selection Guidance Powered by AIESEC in Australia I firmly believe that the MCP 19/20of AIESEC in Australia will be selected by you guys now. Please find the one who can lead us achieve 2020!Please find the one who can lead us achieve 2020!
  25. 25. MCP 19/20 Talent Selection Guidance Powered by AIESEC in Australia I firmly believe that the MCP 19/20of AIESEC in Australia will be selected by you now. Recruit the MCP who can lead us achieve 2020!