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Think of your childhood. Think what you have dreamed of to become..you wanted to be a Astronaut or a Pilot, Doctor, Lawyer or a Designer? Do you remember the speech and presentation by Tim Brown? If you are not just watch the video. He is talking abo

Think of your childhood. Think what you have dreamed of to become..you wanted to be a Astronaut or a Pilot, Doctor, Lawyer or a Designer? Do you remember the speech and presentation by Tim Brown? If you are not just watch the video. He is talking abo

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I have not..not yet. I think most of us if you are not an L - Directed thinker find it difficult to find a new job. I sent countless e-mails with no or small responds because companies saying that Design Thinking or Design Management sounds excellent

I have not..not yet. I think most of us if you are not an L - Directed thinker find it difficult to find a new job. I sent countless e-mails with no or small responds because companies saying that Design Thinking or Design Management sounds excellent

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Hi Daniel,

I am new here, so sorry if I make some mistake and write my comment to the wrong place :(
When I read your idea I thought of a favourite book of mine. The book is written by Daniel Goldman and is about Emotional Intelligence. Maybe I am wrong but I can see connection between your idea and emotional intelligence.

I was thinking of a questions like,
- how we can inspire leadership through emotional intelligence?
- how we can help young people to improve their leadership skills through emotional intelligence?

I would include a menu point to Delfee website and also ask young people to take a quiz based on emotional intelligence. From the result, young and talented people - future leaders - can understand more about their inner strengths and areas where they have to improve their skills.

But maybe I am wrong and you not looking for feedback like this...sorry for that than.

Anyway good luck!

Best,

Ferenc

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Ferenc commented on Interviews for humans...not robots.

Hello Sarah,

I do agree with you we have to do something to find out more about the candidates. My idea was to make the whole process more fun. This is why I would introduce the Lego Serious Play concept to the process.

What is the concept?

Lego Serious Play is a methodology for exploring and dealing with real issues and challenges in real time. It is not a training course to attend. It’s a science-based process and draws on extensive research from the fields of business, organizational development, psychology and learning.

Lego Serious Play methodology is a facilitated thinking, communication and problem solving technique for use with organizations, teams and individuals.

So why not we use Lego Serious Play or something similar to this in the interview process? To make things a bit less serious or fun?

Good luck to your idea!

Best,

Ferenc

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Ferenc commented on Back to basics - think of your childhood

I think it is much more difficult to say: I would do this and that. First I would look at, think of how is the current recruiting process, which is won`t be hard as I have just been in a few interview...:) Obviously we cannot apply the same method everywhere, but we can make the experience better. We could or companies could apply methods, like the Lego Serious Play. After you made the second round and you have your interview - which is based on your CV - I would invite you to play...and figure out how we can fit you in our team. But maybe I am wrong, I do not understand the whole Lego Serious Play methodology yet, but I assume it could be good starting point. What do you think? Could we apply game like the Lego Serious Play in the process?