Module 7A Lab

SES 465 – Module 7A Lab

 

Name __________________________ Date: __________________________________

 

Complete the necessary Skill-Builder Exercises During the LAB session. Then submit the completed work by either taking a picture or scanning the pages. Make sure to post the document on Canvas to receive points for attendance and participation in the weekly LAB session.

*Note points will be deducted if the assignment is not submitted before the weekly module information is due on Tuesday or Thursday before 11:59 PM.

(located on page 226-228 in your textbook)

 

Skill-Builder 7.1: Selecting a Tennis Coach

 

Objective

To perform a job analysis and to develop your interviewing skills

Preparation

You’re in your first year as a high school athletic director, and you have an opening for a tennis coach. Compensation, which is competitive with other schools in the area, is set in the budget and will be paid in one lump sum at the end of the season. You don’t have a recruiting budget, so you do some internal recruiting and contact some athletic directors in your area to spread the word about the opening.

Your efforts yield three candidates. Here are their qualifications:

· Candidate A has taught history at your school for 10 years. He also coached tennis for 2 years, but it has been 5 years since he coached the team. You don’t know why he stopped coaching or how good a job he did. He never played competitive tennis. However, someone told you he plays regularly and is pretty good. You guess he’s about 35 years old.

· Candidate B supervises the graveyard shift for a local business. She has never coached before, but she was a star player in high school and college. She still plays in local tournaments, and you see her name in the paper now and then. You guess she is about 25 years old.

· Candidate C has been a basketball coach and physical education teacher at a nearby high school for the past 5 years. She has a master’s degree in physical education. You figure it will take her 20 minutes to get to your school. She has never coached tennis but did play high school tennis. She currently plays tennis about once a week. You guess she is about 45 years old.

 

Preparing for the Interviews

Follow the steps given in figure 7.4 on page 207. For step l, there are no job descriptions and specifications. Because there are only three candidates, you’ve decided to interview them all.

 

 

In-Class Application

Break into groups of three and present the questions you developed. As a group, critique the various lists and then use the best questions to develop a PA form that you think best serves this situation.

 

Now meet with another group and take turns using your master list to interview the three “candidates” from the other group. Allot no more than 15 minutes per interview (even though this is unrealistic in a real-world setting). (Follow the steps outlined in figure 7.5.) Observing members give feedback after each interview.

Conduct informal, whole-class discussion of students’ interview questions.

 

 

 

Wrap-Up

Take a few minutes to write your answers to the following questions:

What did I learn from this experience?

How will I use this knowledge?

 

 

As a class, discuss student responses.

 

Candidate A:

1. Why did you stop coaching 5 years ago?

2. How would you rate yourself as a coach?

Candidate B:

3. Why you never considered being a tennis coach?

Candidate C:

4. Do you think that your basketball coaching could transfer to tennis coaching?

General Question

5. Why should I hire you? Why are you interested in this position?

 

Reflection:

What I learned from this experience is how to come with good question for an interview and how it feels to be in the position of an interviewer. I will use this in the future when I will interview potential candidates for my business.

SES 465

 

Module 7

A

 

Lab

 

 

Name __________________________

 

Date: __________________________________

 

Complete the

necessary

 

Skill

Builder Exercises

During

the LAB session. Then submit the

completed

work by either taking a picture or scanning the pages. Make sure to post the document on Canvas to

receive points for attendance and participation in the weekly LAB session.

 

*Note points will be deducted if the assignment is not submitted before

the weekly module

information is due on

Tuesday or

Thursday

before 11:59 PM.

 

(

located on page 226

228 in your textbook)

 

 

Skill

Builder 7.1: Selecting a Tennis Coach

 

 

Objective

 

To perform a job analysis and to develop your interviewing skills

 

Preparation

 

Yo

u’re in your first year as a high school athletic director, and you have an opening for a tennis

coach. Compensation, which is competitive with other schools in the area, is set in the budget and

will be paid in one lump sum at the end of the season. You d

on’t have a

 

recruiting budget, so you do

some internal recruiting and contact some athletic directors in your area to spread the word about the

opening.

 

Your efforts yield three candidates. Here are their qualifications:

 

·

 

Candidate A has taught history at y

our school for 10 years. He also coached tennis for 2 years,

but it has been 5

years since he coached the team

. You don’t know why he stopped coaching or

how good a job he did. He never played competitive tennis. However, someone told you he

plays regularl

y and is pretty good. You guess he’s about 35 years old.

 

·

 

Candidate B supervises the graveyard shift for a local business. She has never coached before,

but she was a star player in high school and college. She still plays in local tournaments, and

you

see her name in the paper now and then. You guess she is about 25 years old.

 

·

 

Candidate C has been a basketball coach and physical education teacher at a nearby high school

for the past 5 years. She has a master’s degree in physical education. You figure it

 

will take her

20 minutes to get to your school. She has never coached tennis but did play high school tennis.

She currently plays tennis about once a week. You guess she is about 45 years old.

 

 

Preparing for the Interviews

 

Follow the steps given in figure

 

7.4 on page

207.

For step l, there are no job descriptions and

specifications. Because there are only three candidates, you’ve decided to interview them all.

 

 

 

In

Class Application

 

Break into groups of three and present the questions you

developed.

As a group, critique the

various lists and then use the best questions to develop a PA form that you think best serves

this

situation.

 

 

Now meet with another group and take turns using yo

ur master list to interview the three

“candidates” from the other group. Allot no more than 15 minutes per interview (even though

this is unrealistic in a real

world setting). (Follow the steps outlined in figure 7.5.) Observing

members give feedback after

 

each interview.

 

Conduct informal, whole

class discussion of students’ interview questions.

 

 

 

SES 465 – Module 7A Lab

 

Name __________________________ Date: __________________________________

Complete the necessary Skill-Builder Exercises During the LAB session. Then submit the completed

work by either taking a picture or scanning the pages. Make sure to post the document on Canvas to

receive points for attendance and participation in the weekly LAB session.

*Note points will be deducted if the assignment is not submitted before the weekly module

information is due on Tuesday or Thursday before 11:59 PM.

(located on page 226-228 in your textbook)

 

Skill-Builder 7.1: Selecting a Tennis Coach

 

Objective

To perform a job analysis and to develop your interviewing skills

Preparation

You’re in your first year as a high school athletic director, and you have an opening for a tennis

coach. Compensation, which is competitive with other schools in the area, is set in the budget and

will be paid in one lump sum at the end of the season. You don’t have a recruiting budget, so you do

some internal recruiting and contact some athletic directors in your area to spread the word about the

opening.

Your efforts yield three candidates. Here are their qualifications:

 Candidate A has taught history at your school for 10 years. He also coached tennis for 2 years,

but it has been 5 years since he coached the team. You don’t know why he stopped coaching or

how good a job he did. He never played competitive tennis. However, someone told you he

plays regularly and is pretty good. You guess he’s about 35 years old.

 Candidate B supervises the graveyard shift for a local business. She has never coached before,

but she was a star player in high school and college. She still plays in local tournaments, and

you see her name in the paper now and then. You guess she is about 25 years old.

 Candidate C has been a basketball coach and physical education teacher at a nearby high school

for the past 5 years. She has a master’s degree in physical education. You figure it will take her

20 minutes to get to your school. She has never coached tennis but did play high school tennis.

She currently plays tennis about once a week. You guess she is about 45 years old.

 

Preparing for the Interviews

Follow the steps given in figure 7.4 on page 207. For step l, there are no job descriptions and

specifications. Because there are only three candidates, you’ve decided to interview them all.

 

 

In-Class Application

Break into groups of three and present the questions you developed. As a group, critique the

various lists and then use the best questions to develop a PA form that you think best serves

this situation.

 

Now meet with another group and take turns using your master list to interview the three

“candidates” from the other group. Allot no more than 15 minutes per interview (even though

this is unrealistic in a real-world setting). (Follow the steps outlined in figure 7.5.) Observing

members give feedback after each interview.

Conduct informal, whole-class discussion of students’ interview questions.

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