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Soft Skills is about a lot of courses which talk about communication skills , presentation skills , body language...etc. Yes it means how to communicate, how to talk and how to express your self. But all of these ideas are mentally generated and then physically expressed. So they are converted.We need phyically generated ideas . And that is the first step of the new issue "The Hard Skills". Hard Skills are physically generated and then it will be physically expressed . So it is not converted . It is native . So until now you have only little information of Hard Skills . And Here is more information . Hard Skills have three phases . First step is to notice the physical action like walking , playing football , playing basketball , acting...etc. Second to get the idea of this physical action and list its components . List it in your mind or in paper. So after the completion of these two phases , You will be able to move to the third and the last phase in which you will do the "Ologization" . So what is Ologization ? I will answer it after the completion of the explanation of the third phase . The third phase is to use the ideas you get in the second phase in another physical field . It may be clear to some people .And it may be not clear to other people . As it need many article to completely explain Hard Skills and sure there will be a lot of examples . So now "What is Ologization ?" Ologization simply means " make it a science " yes MAKE it . Do you know the principle DIY? Do It Yourself . You will make a science . Or say a branch of science. Ologization is a noun consists of two parts "Ologi" which is the end part of many terms like Geology , Biology, Psychology...etc. And the second part is "zation"
Here is my story..but when your line was down. I could easily outscore my best maintenance mechanic on your typical Bennett or Wonderlic test. they were the salt of the earth. and it bothered me that as a college-educated engineer/math nerd. M. Sc. Benchmark Testware Are "soft skills" more important than actual knowledge? We all want to hire "team players".. even drank hard...yes. I LIKED them. I began designing and selling pre-employment tests for skilled tradesmen ten years ago. What's more. and will be more and more explained in coming articles. I chose this field because as a mechanical engineer. The important thing is " What does it mean ?" And the answer was explained at the beginning of this paragraph . I saw what companies were using for "mechanical aptitude" tests.. I had come to respect and value their abilities. they were the people who would fix it. played hard..good old boys who worked hard. To me.but where do we strike the balance? In my opinion the pendulum has swung too far in one direction. .which is used to generate the noun from verbs or adjectives. Director. Why didn't someone write a test that would truly allow those individuals to shine? A test where THEY would outscore ME?? And after many false starts and wrong turns. Hard Skills? by Martin Green.. Anyway the word is not so important . Soft Skills vs.. having spent years working with those people.
including three especially who looked like full-fledged electrical/mechanical geniuses.. right? Well.. basically unmanageable. I was able to engage the client in a detailed "post-mortem" of the hiring process. That's why I don't have a job. happily. the HIGHEST scorer among them had ranked TWELFTH overall on my test. Recently. opinionated.. I know how much trouble a "bad employee" can cause. I had a new client sign up for my services. They were staffing a whole new plant..that's finally what I succeded in creating. But those three electrical-mechanical geniuses... argumentative.. About two months after the plant opened. the client was also very satisfied with the whole process. and needed to hire six maintenance mechanics. They got off to a good start when they tested almost a hundred applicants (my service is offered on the basis of unlimited testing for a flat rate). not exactly. and among others who were hired (based on strong performances in the interview) were some who ranked in in the high twenties or worse! I find this outcome to be baffling and a little disturbing. I accept that. and that's why I am self-employed. I know because I AM the qunitessential "bad employee". A win-win situation all around.none of them worthy of being hired!? I can understand that out of the top ten.were they ALL such "bad apples"? My whole top ten. I was able to identify ten very solid candidates.. I was dismayed to learn that of the six applicants who were hired. Not only was I pleased.but was it necessary to go all the way to . It's called the "Shop Apprentice" and I'm extremely proud of it. maybe you have to reject two or three based on personality issues. even if he is technically competent.
. it's the job of maintenance mechanic.number twelve on the list before finding someone who fits your preconceived notion of a "good employee"? Of all the jobs in a manufacturing facility. I have to wonder: just what exactly were the "soft skills" were they unable to demonstrate in the interview process? How easy is it to simply brush off a man by saying "he's not a team player"? This mailout goes to approximately 1200 HR and maintenance managers on my mailing list. I welcome your feedback on this issue and will post your responses to my distribution list. simply write back a COURTEOUS letter asking to have your name removed. Please include the email address where you received this letter. if there's ONE JOB where actual knowledge is more important than soft skills. To be removed from this list.