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What They Didn't Teach You About Recruiting

What They Didn't Teach You About Recruiting

Author: Dan Tudor

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781312361270

Category: Basketball

Page: 125

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This is the second workbook in the series designed to take coaches through 18 things that college coaches were never formally taught in order to recruit effectively, and teaches strategies to overcome and correct these common mistakes.

What They Didn't Teach You about Recruiting

What They Didn't Teach You about Recruiting

Author: Dan Tudor

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:746765174

Category: Basketball

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This is the second workbook in the series designed to take coaches through 18 things that college coaches were never formally taught in order to recruit effectively, and teaches strategies to overcome and correct these common mistakes.

What They Didn't Teach You in Graduate School

What They Didn't Teach You in Graduate School

Author: Paul Gray

Publisher: Stylus Publishing, LLC

ISBN: 9781579226466

Category: Education

Page: 224

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• This irreverent, but serious guide to what life in higher education institutions is really like, now enhanced by 100 new tips • Invaluable advice that ranges from getting your Ph.D. to setting the course of your academic career The 100 new hints expand sections on the dissertation process, job hunting, life in the classroom and on dealing with students, as well as on matters that affect readers’ careers, such as research, publication, and tenure. The book concludes with a tongue-in-cheek appendix on How to Become a Millionaire while an academic.

What They Didn't Teach You in American History Class

What They Didn't Teach You in American History Class

Author: Mike Henry

Publisher: R&L Education

ISBN: 9781475808476

Category: Education

Page: 267

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For the average person, most of the American history that he or she knows comes from facts taught to them in school to prepare them for their state mandated tests. That's not the fault of their teachers who were just carrying out the directives of their employers. But it's also a fact that a great deal of that content that they were teaching is dry and boring. However, as in every aspect of life, there is always another story behind each major event. The story of America is interesting and exciting, but it's those lesser known parts of our history that make it special. Even though in most cases, the names and events in the book will be recognizable, most of the stories about them will be new to the reader. If you're a young teacher, perhaps you'll find some material to help you get through those less-than-exciting areas of your textbook. If you hated history as a student, maybe you'll find some of these tales entertaining. For those of you who are history buffs, hopefully you'll come across a few things that are new to you.

What They Didn't Teach You About World War II

What They Didn't Teach You About World War II

Author: Mike Wright

Publisher: Presidio Press

ISBN: 9780307549167

Category: History

Page: 370

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Packed with personal anecdotes and details you won’t find anywhere else, this is the secret history of World War II. “A fast-moving overview stuffed with interesting factoids and historical tidbits . . . Casual readers will find themselves carried along, and hardened military buffs will learn much that is new.”—Library Journal “It’s almost guaranteed to make you so interested in the subject you’ll want to learn . . . By including hundreds of interesting anecdotes and facts, [Mike] Wright not only piques our interest repeatedly, he also gives areal feel for the war era.”—Manchester Journal Inquirer “An excellent overview . . . [with] interesting chapters on spies, POWs, censorships, and the building of the atomic bomb . . . Wright’s style is accessible.”—The Post and Courier

Women Fielding Danger

Women Fielding Danger

Author: Martha K. Huggins

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

ISBN: 9780742557567

Category: Social Science

Page: 408

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In a compelling exploration of an oft-hidden aspect of qualitative field research, Women Fielding Danger shows how identity performances can facilitate or block field research outcomes. The book asks questions that are crucial for all women engaged in field research. Do researchers enter their field site with a totally neutral identity? Can a researcher's own identity be at odds with how interviewees see her? Could a researcher be of the "wrong" gender, sexuality, nationality, or religion for those being studied? Must some of a researcher's identities be subsumed in certain research settings? How much identity disguise is possible before a researcher violates research ethics or loses herself? Together, these questions inform the book's themes of the centrality of gender, social and political danger, the negotiation of identities, and on-site ethics. Focusing on ethnographic research across a wide range of disciplines and world regions, this deeply informed book presents practical "to-dos" and technical research strategies. In addition, it offers unique illustrations of how the political, geographic, and organizational realities of field sites shape identity negotiations and research outcomes. Understanding these dynamics, the authors show, is key to surviving the ethnographic field.

Buried Secrets

Buried Secrets

Author: V. Sanford

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781403973375

Category: Social Science

Page: 313

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Between the late 1970s and the mid 1980s, Guatemala was torn by a civil war which came to be known as La Violencia. During this time of mass terror and extreme violence, more than 600 massacres occurred in villages destroyed by the army, one and a half million people were displaced, and more than 200,000 civilians murdered. 83% of the victims were Maya, the indigenous people of Guatemala. Buried Secrets brings these chilling statistics to life as it chronicles the journey of Mayan survivors seeking truth, justice, and community healing and demonstrates that the Guatemalan army carried out a systematic and intentional genocide against the Maya. Victoria Sanford provides us with an insider's look at the workings of the Commission for Historical Clarification through the exhumation of clandestine cemeteries. The book is based on exhaustive research, including more than 400 testimonies from massacre survivors, interviews with members of the forensic team, human rights leaders, high-ranking military officers, guerrilla combatants, and government officials. Buried Secrets traces truth-telling and political change from isolated Maya villages to national political events, and provides a unique look into the experiences of Maya survivors as they struggle to rebuild their communities and lives.

High-Tech High-Touch Recruiting

High-Tech High-Touch Recruiting

Author: Barbara Bruno

Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers

ISBN: 9781789665161

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 216

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Despite global economic conditions, companies are always looking to attract and retain the best talent. Unfortunately, almost 30% of US job seekers leave a new job within the first 30 days. Why? Many new recruiters rely too heavily on high-tech tools to attract candidates and may not have learned the fundamental relationship-building skills that help recruiters ensure that clients and candidates are a good match. High-Tech High-Touch Recruiting provides recruiters with an end-to-end process for recruiting the highest caliber talent who, after they are hired, will become engaged employees. While emphasizing the overall importance of building "high-touch" relationship-building skills, the book outlines how these can be blended successfully with "high-tech" tools such as AI-powered software applications to identify a large pool of qualified job candidates. Once you've identified candidates, the author cautions against the sole use of text and email communication and suggests that recruiters conduct a general interview in order to better ascertain whether a candidate is the best fit for the role. High-Tech High-Touch Recruiting comes with online resources including sample offer letters, recruiting scripts, job requisitions, interview scorecard, a listing of characteristics of best hires and guidelines for a 9-step telephone interview process.

What They Don't Teach You in Broadcasting

What They Don't Teach You in Broadcasting

Author: Orji, Orji Ogbonnaya

Publisher: Safari Books Ltd.

ISBN: 9789788431640

Category: Social Science

Page: 344

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One of the many problems the media in Nigeria and developing nations contend with is the absence of current books and journals written by practitioners working within relevant contexts, existing regulations, and local environments. This Book, What They Don't Teach You in Broadcasting, is an experience-based knowledge sharing initiative with practical examples aimed at bridging the increasing gap between theory and practice in Nigeria. The book contains those issues, experiences and realities that journalists must encounter in the practice of the profession which we were not taught in school. It is a contribution to the efforts of our institutions and the media industry in building a functional bridge between the classroom and the field.