APPLICATIONS OF BUSINESS PSYCHOLOGY WORKSHOP
A job analysis was carried out for the position of Lecturer in the Business School using a range of job analysis techniques.
The tasks for the assignment are to:
The gathered information about the nature of the job and the tasks involved in the job, the purpose, the outputs required and how it fits into the organisation’s structure is derived through job analysis techniques. The skills and personal attributes needed to perform the role effectively are also derived from the use of the job analysis.
CIPD Recruitment guide (2007)
For the Business school lecturer Job analyses, many different approaches and means of data as possible were collected for the best developed analysis. Because the job analysis is worker orientated it is used as an example for defining selection criteria and set assessment centre standards, grouping jobs, identifying career development paths. All job analysis techniques are worker orientated.
Develops relationships by showing respect for others and influencing and challenging students in the right way. Encourages student’s ideas and prompts development.
Ability to communicate both written and orally effectively. Clear and concise towards students and other staff.
To be able to lead and direct students, showing what is expected of students is clearly stated.
To feel comfortable in their authoritative position, able to portray the meaning of the subject in different ways in order for students to understand. To be able to support students needs effectively.
Planning and control
To show ability to plan a suitable schedule of topics, assessments and deadlines, to have effective time management.
Having the thought process and correct methods to generate ideas, for creative and problem solving with the use of brainstorming, breaking components into sections for modular analysis.