Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Importance of Interviewee Nonverbal Behavior

Importance of Interviewee Nonverbal BehaviorThe Importance Of Interviewee Nonverbal Behaviours In The Interview Process In VietnamTable of ContentsI. entranceII. Literature ReviewIII. methodological abridgmentIV. data SamplingV. Appendix/ReferencesI. IntroductionResearch problemThe model 73855 is well-known for its strain on signed behaviours. It suggests that verbal behaviours only contribute up to 7% the effectiveness in communication (Mehrabian, 1972). According to Mehrabian, there are three ele handsts which news report for our liking for the person expressing their feelings+ Words 7%+ Tone of Voice 38%+ Body Language 55%The model has received criticism ever since It is non applicable due to its theoretical approach, combining two antithetic studies and excluding negative emotions, men, other forms of nonverbal communication. As a result, Mehrabians model still remains a controversy within experts. Nowadays it is often regarded as the myth of nonverbal communication. However, undeniably, nonverbal communication plays an crucial role in our society.In human resource management, the reference process is considerably critical. Since the 70s, there have been various studies about the effects of interviewee nonverbal behaviours on interviewee performance. However, none has been able to crystallize this problem. In Vietnam, there has not been any research or article about this area. Therefore, in this research, we will attempt, for the counterbalance time, to examine interviewee performance and the importance of interviewee nonverbal behaviours in the interview process in Vietnam.Research objective+ Determine the effects of interviewees nonverbal behaviours on their performance.+ Identify critical nonverbal behaviours.Research questions+ How puke interviewees nonverbal behaviours influence the interview decision outcomes?II. Literature Review Key concepts Nonverbal behaviour Nonverbal behaviour includes behaviour that might be emitted without th e knowingness of the encoder (the one conveying the information) (M.L. Knapp and J. A. Hall, 2005) Theories There have been numerous theories about nonverbal behaviour or communication. However, most of them have yet to be proven but true. Despite that fact, they have been of significant help for researchers since then.+ Semiotics+ Nonverbal Code Systems+ Proxemics+ KinesicsAll these theories pointed out that, in one way or another, nonverbal behaviour affects human interaction in daily life without us realizing it. Hence it is most important for us to study nonverbal behaviour in regulate to improve our interaction.The theoretical model of interviewee performance proposed by Huffcutt, Iddekinge and Roth (2011) has helped us construct our own conceptual framework. Their study on interviewee performance has suggested that interviewee performance consists of several variables, forming different sets of factors which may involve behaviours of both the interviewee and interviewer. Thi s recently-constructed model has been of great help for us to examine the effect of interviewee nonverbal behaviours.Empirical reviewConceptual framework ground on the theoretical model presented by Huffcutt, Iddekinge and Roth (2011), we have created our own conceptual framework by sorting out the irrelevant factors, not concerning nonverbal behaviours, and modifying the stay sets of factors. This framework explains how interviewee performance reflects his or her nonverbal behaviours through three different elements interviewee characteristics, interviewee state and interviewer-interviewee dynamics.+ Interviewee Characteristics may affect the interviewee nonverbal behaviour, hence his or her performance. For example, apparently, Asian men and European men have significantly different understandings about nonverbal behaviours.+ Interviewee State can reflect his or her true intentions, feelings and thoughts. Fortunately, it is quite easy to rule ones behaviours and figure out their state. Invariably, the eyes, arms and legs are considerably informative about our feelings and thoughts.+ Interviewer Interviewee Dynamics refers to the interrelationship between interviewer and interviewee. This is one of the most important set of factors as the interaction between interviewer and interviewee can significantly enhance or worsen interviewee performance. For instance, when the interviewee nonverbal behaviours match with those of the interviewer, this means that they are attracted to each other.III. MethodologyQualitativeFrom the 70s to the 90s, researchs about nonverbal behaviours mainly focused on quantitative method as the researchers thought that with exact and accurate numbers, they could have been able to dribble light on the myth of nonverbal communication. It was not as effective as they thought. Since 2000, qualitative method has replaced quantitative as the critical method for this area due to its in-depth and detailed findings, highly-focused on the probl em. Presumably, it is reasonable for us to use qualitative method in this study.For the qualitative method, we need to collect data from the interview process, preferably videotaped interviews from certain companies, regarding+ How accurately can interviewer identify interviewee nonverbal behaviours?+ How can interviewer rate interviewee nonverbal behaviours? Specifically what are the most important nonverbal behaviours that the interviewee postulate to possess or display?Consequently, the relationship between these nonverbal behaviours and the three elements mentioned above are examined to identify the effects of interviewee nonverbal behaviours on interviewee performance. Data analysis method We intend to use inductive approach as it is very common and effective in qualitative method. In addition, this might be the first research ever in Vietnam about this problem. Hence inductive approach is most suitable for our research.IV. Data SamplingPrimary and Secondary DataData Collecti on Method+ Interview+ Focus group+ Observation Sampling In order to acquire more accurate data, we agree to collect data from the interview process in several human resource companies in Vietnam, such as+ Talentnet+ RGF HR Agent Vietnam+ Faro Recruitment Vietnam+ Kosaido HR Vietnam+ HR2B+ JSC+ NIC+ Le Associates+ hands GroupTMAs many researchs since 2000, we expect to use judgment sampling because it might help emphasize the experiences and expertise of the researchers in the research process, which later(prenominal) can contribute to the depth and detail of our findings.V. Appendix/ReferencesM. L. Knapp and J. A. Hall (2005), Nonverbal converse in Human Interaction (6th Edition), Belmont, CA Wadsworth.A. Mehrabian (1972), Nonverbal Communication, Aldine Transaction.M. A. Gotcher (1990), Nonverbal Communication In The Job Interview First Impressions And Nonverbal Immediacy, Texas Tech University, 1990.S. P. Levine and R. S. Feldman (2002), Women and Mens Nonverbal Behaviour and Self-Monitoring in a Job Interview scenery, Applied Human Resource Management Research, Volume 7, Number 1, 1-14.D. Weinstein (2012), The psychology of behaviourally-focused rsums on applicant selection Are you hiring managers actually hiring the right people for the right job?, Business Horizons 55, 53-63.T. V. McGovern and H. E.A. Tinsley (1978), Interviewer Evaluations of Interviewee Nonverbal Behaviour., Journal of Vocational Behaviour 13, 163-171.A. I. Huffcutt, C. H.V. Iddekinge, P. L. Roth (2011), Understanding applicant behaviour in employment interviews A theoretical model of interviewee performance., Human Resource Management Review 21, 353-367.

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