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Lesson 2: Observing and noting

Category
Training Material
Subject
Policing

Description

Materials for a 2.5-hour lesson, part of the Human Resources training course, developed by the OSCE Mission in Kosovo

Subject
Policing
Target group
Management
Region
South-Eastern Europe
Keywords
management, organisational management, human resources

Summary

A systematic procedure - Recording Behaviour - must be used by assessors to record specific behavioural observations accurately at the time of observation. This procedure might include techniques such as handwritten notes, behavioural observation scales, or behavioural checklists. There are myriad aspects of human behavior, too many to observe and record comprehensively in real time.

At the end of this lesson, the student will:

  1. List measurable and quantifiable observations
  2. Classify and sort observations for later evaluations;
  3. Infer the significance of body language and behaviors.

At the end of this lesson the participant will have developed these competencies:

  • Observing and inferring different behaviors;
  • Taking notes of significant, observable behaviors for later evaluation;
  • Delivering a draft for evaluation purposes;
  • Filling form in annex 2.

Information

Added on
28 Mar 2017
Origin
OSCE Mission in Kosovo
Target group
Management
Region
OSCE Mission in Kosovo, Serbia
Keywords
management, organisational management, human resources
Rights
OSCE