About NLP Strategies for Recruitment:
When dealing with a normal candidate, the recruiter’s goal is to build rapport to determine a genuine behavior. When dealing with a difficult one, the goal is to manage risks of losing the candidate. On top of this, the shortage of the candidate’s pipeline is a market reality. What to do for having an effective recruitment process, when you do not afford errors?
The NLP Strategies for Recruitment; Meta-programs is your next effectiveness level. It starts from NLP meta-programs, which are basically how people form their internal representations and direct their behavior.
We, people, communicate through a set of predefined filters, shaped (among other factors) by our upbringing, education, sense of identity, values about what is right and what is wrong, belief about what is true and what is not, which determine our ability of perceiving life, people and situations and our way(s) of interpreting and processing what is going on.
For example, imagine a conversation between two people: one who’s way of thinking is sequential, and needing to have a lot of details before getting the bigger picture. While the other one immediately sees the bigger picture, but have troubles to get all the tiny details. It could be quite easy for them to get “lost in translation” and experience a lot of misunderstandings.
Meta programs are not a way to label people and put them inside some (limiting) boxes. Instead, it invites you to train your ability to recognize thinking and behavior patterns and to enhance your flexibility in shifting your own, as situations and people change.
What you will get:
– Better understand what motivates people
– Understand the way people think and make decisions
– Create a clearer communication, through knowing what exact language to use and what language to avoid
– Recognize and connect with each one’s unique way of being
– Create and deliver powerful messages for your candidates
– Attract and select only the right candidates for your opening jobs
– Anticipate someone’s behavioral patterns, based on how he/she responds to a given situation
Trainer: Ramona Gherasim