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Man Utd, City and Spurs in chase for Rennes wonderkid Eduardo Camavinga

first_imgMost Read in FootballTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’NEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticREF RELEASEDChampions League ref Vincic released by cops after arrest in prostitution raidKEANE DEALEx Man United youth ace David Jones says Roy Keane negotiated a contract for him“We are talking to him. He is someone who is also very well-constructed intellectually, who knows how to question himself, who knows how to ask the right questions.“Many of the pros have taken him under their wing, because he is very respectful in the dressing room and very attentive to their advice. He blossomed with us this summer.”In a boost for Barcelona in the transfer pursuit of the 16-year-old, Camavinga shares the same agent – Moussa Sissoko – as Nou Camp winger Ousmane Dembele.2 Camavinga completed all but one of his 41 passes at Roazhon Park as he outshone PSG duo Marco Verratti and Marquinhos in midfieldCredit: Getty – Contributor RENNES wonderkid Eduardo Camavinga is reportedly being scouted by Manchester United, City and Tottenham following his stunning performance against PSG.The 16-year-old inspired his side to a shock 2-1 win over the French champions last Sunday.2 Eduardo Camavinga is being scouted by Manchester United, City and Tottenham following his stunning performance against PSGCredit: Getty – ContributorAccording to the Daily Mail Premier League trio United, City and Spurs were all there to watch Camavinga’s display.The teen star whipped in a sumptuous cross that was turned in by Romain Del Castillo for the winner.Is is understood Spurs even considered a transfer for the midfield starlet last term in what was a breakthrough season for Camavinga, making seven senior appearances.He has been given three stars to open this campaign, and also attracted attention from La Liga giants Barcelona and Real Madrid.Camavinga completed all but one of his 41 passes at Roazhon Park as he outshone PSG duo Marco Verratti and Marquinhos in midfield.Rennes boss Julien Stephan said: “He played a match, indeed, like the whole team – very interesting.Ladbrokes 1-2-Free Simply predict Liverpool vs Arsenal, City and Spurs scores this weekend and win £100last_img read more

Ask the Interview Coach: What to Say in a Phone Interview to Score an In-Person

first_img Director, Advanced Technology Policy General Motors United States 23 hours ago 23h 3.1★ N/A 23 hours ago 23h 5.0★ Hot New Jobs For You 23 hours ago 23h 23 hours ago 23h RN, Registered Nurse – OP Chemotherapy CHRISTUS Health Houston, TX Registered Nurse Supervisor RN Waterbury Gardens Nursing and Rehab Waterbury, CT Interior Designer – St. Louis & Dallas Oculus Saint Louis, MO 23 hours ago 23h 23 hours ago 23h LCPC – Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor Above and Beyond Family Recovery Center Chicago, IL 23 hours ago 23h 23 hours ago 23h Service Advisor Prime Motor Group Saco, ME Administartive Assistant Sentry Mechanical Pittsburgh, PA 23 hours ago 23h Companies are increasingly choosing to use a phone interview at the early stages of screening candidates, before inviting them on-site for in-person interviews. This is a way to efficiently screen through large candidate pools, as the average job has over 250 applicants. Moreover, the phone screen is typically conducted by recruiters, many of whom may be remote so the phone-screen is a good medium to tap into remote talent and reduce the recruiting overhead for the hiring manager.What the Interviewer Is Looking forThe recruiter has three main goals for a phone interview:1. Confirm InterestHiring managers have a limited amount of time, and a recruiter’s first filter is to make sure they are passing along candidates that are truly interested in the role. We are in the era where recruiters reach out to candidates more often than the other way around, and often prospective candidates will take a phone screen just to get interview practice and see what the market is willing to pay. As such, recruiters use the phone interview to ensure you have a genuine interest in the company and the role.The Dos and Don’ts of Showing Passion in an Interview2. Match Core SkillsA recruiter will not typically conduct a deep-dive on each of your core skills, but rather, they want to make sure you have general experience in the core requirements of the job. For example, if you are interviewing to be a digital marketing manager they are less likely to get into the specifics of how you measure the success of a marketing campaign, but they will want to ensure you have indeed run marketing campaigns of similar size and scope as theirs. This is more of a checklist approach rather than grading your skills in each category.3. Assess Culture FitBehavioral interviewing is how most companies comprehensively assess “culture fit” in later rounds. However, the phone interview is also meant to do a preliminary check on how well suited you are to the company’s culture. Key areas of interest for the recruiter is whether you have worked in similar environments (e.g., pace of work, level of collaboration), your overall demeanor (e.g., level of humility), and your mindset (e.g., growth orientation).How to Ace This Stage of the Interview Process1. Demonstrate SynthesisDuring a phone interview, it is easy for the interviewer to get distracted (e.g., check email). This makes it even more important to be succinct and compelling to ensure you capture their attention. This can be applied to the first question the recruiter will ask — “Tell me about yourself.” Many candidates ramble and spend too much time on unimportant details, and miss out on highlighting the core aspects of their candidacy. A practical way to solve this and demonstrate synthesis is to focus on the themes of your career progression. For example, you might describe your career in three stages — your first role, your ascension into leadership roles and your current job, instead of reciting everything on your resume.You can also describe your career by functional themes, especially when your career has breadth and a non-linear path. For example, you might frame your career as being a mix of bringing new products to market, developing and coaching teams, and partnering with cross-functional stakeholders.5 Ways to Prove That You’re the Best Candidate for the Job2. Be Precise About Why You Want the JobAs mentioned earlier, often the recruiter has reached out to you, and it is important to show you are not passively taking a call, but rather have clear interest in the role. This is why it is important to do your research on the company to understand them more deeply, and then weave that into why it fits with the career path you are charting. Specifically, you should have clarity on their mission, their ecosystem (e.g., customer segments, key competitors) and their products/services. Ideally, in your research, you will find something that truly connects with your experience and/or professional interests and speaking to that will show a deep interest in the opportunity.3. Simulate a Real Interview EnvironmentA common mistake candidates make is not recreating the environment that brings out their best, professional self. Often candidates will take a call from home, while reclining on their couch, and this casual attitude shows up in their communication style, dimming their professional energy.Given this, it is important to find an environment that can simulate a professional aura (e.g., a home office, in front of a desk), and dress accordingly as your communication style will be more polished as your brain picks up on the subtle cues. The right posture will also ensure your voice projects well, as opposed to reclining on your couch and sounding muffled.4. Ask Thoughtful QuestionsThe questions you ask towards the end of the phone interview serve as an indicator of what is important to you in the opportunity so avoid administrative questions such as vacation policy. Instead, focus on high-value questions that show you are thinking about things that really matter such as “What does success in the role look like?” These questions will also better prepare you to engage on a deeper level in the following rounds, especially when speaking with the hiring manager.45 Questions to Ask in a Job Interview5. Avoid Reciting From PaperSome candidates use phone screens as an opportunity to script their answers and read them word for word. This takes away from having an authentic conversation, and most interviewers can sense when you are reciting from a script. Instead, you can have a few bullet points written out that you want to make sure you cover in the conversation and also have your resume handy so you can speak to specifics when asked.Jeevan is the Founder and CEO of Rocket Interview ( ) where his team helps job seekers ace the most competitive interviews. He was an Associate Partner at McKinsey and Company and a VP of a Tech Startup where he regularly interviewed job candidates. Since then, he has helped clients land jobs in roles ranging from product management to marketing. His clients have landed jobs at Facebook, LinkedIn, Amazon, Coca-Cola and other competitive companies. Email: 4.7★ 2.8★ 2.5★ 3.5★ Deli Associate F&M Deli & Restaurant Mount Laurel, NJ 3.4★ Registered Nurse (RN) – Charge Nurse – $7,000 Sign On Bonus EmpRes Healthcare Management Gardnerville, NV 23 hours ago 23h Pest Control Technician United Pest Solutions Seattle, WA N/A 4.5★ View More Jobslast_img read more

Manifesto for Maternal Health: Highlights From MSH

first_img ShareEmailPrint To learn more, read: Posted on March 21, 2014November 7, 2016By: Ciro Franco, Senior Principal Technical Advisor for MNCHClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)In celebration of the one-year anniversary of the Manifesto for Maternal Health, Management Sciences for Health (MSH) congratulates our global community, including ministries of health, their partners, and the women we serve and work with, on the progress made toward creating a healthier world for mothers and their babies. The manifesto communicates both passion and rationale, the two main drivers needed for profound change around the approach to maternal health and to women’s health more generally. It forces us to attend not just to the maternal aspect of women’s health, but to think of women’s needs more broadly.For over 40 years, MSH has worked to improve health in countries throughout the developing world. Our maternal health projects strengthen all levels of the health system, including the community, providing care from pregnancy through the postpartum period. MSH supports the manifesto in its entirety, particularly its emphasis on integration and quality of care. However, we have found that aspects two and six of the manifesto—improving access to care for all women, especially those who are underserved due to political, geographic, or cultural barriers, and strengthening every level of the health system to support universal access to health care—are especially important when working in fragile states, where much of MSH’s work is focused.For instance, in Afghanistan recent USAID projects implemented by MSH have reached every level of the health system and have contributed to the country’s astounding improvements in maternal and child survival over the past decade.The USAID-funded Strengthening Pharmaceutical Systems (SPS) project works with the Afghan Ministry of Health to improve the rational use of medicine and better manage pharmaceutical services and products, including those necessary for healthy pregnancy, birth, and child health care. In collaboration with the ministry, SPS has helped establish a coordinated system to ensure necessary medicines and commodities are available at all points of service.To address the dearth of qualified female health workers, the Leadership, Management, and Governance (LMG) project helped catalyze the development of midwives in Afghanistan, who have played a role in the decrease of maternal mortality from 1,600 per 100,000 live births in 2002 to less than 400 maternal deaths per 100,000 live births in 2010. As women are the best stewards of their own health, LMG focuses on moving more women into leadership and governance roles in the health sector. We believe that women in leadership roles will be more affective and assertive in guiding the “unseen women” of Afghanistan and other fragile states toward life-saving maternal and child health services.The Afghanistan Technical Support to the Central and Provincial Ministry of Public Health project, which was operational from 2006-2012, partnered with the ministry to expand the basic package of health services, improved access to family planning and reproductive health services, and increased the percentage of female community health workers and the number of facilities with at least one female health worker.These and other projects have worked in concert with families, communities, facilities, and the Ministry of Health to improve women’s access to quality health care in Afghanistan, with measurable, powerful results.But in Afghanistan, as in the rest of the world, there is still work to be done to ensure every woman has access to high quality, safe maternal health services. Let us think concretely about how to use this anniversary to push women’s health to the forefront of the global health dialog.  At the country level, how can this manifesto become owned by civil society, professional organizations, nongovernmental organizations, and governments?  It has the potential to serve as a rallying cry, as a strong advocacy piece at various levels of government, including with ministries of finance or national assemblies, as well as ministries of health.It is vital that this manifesto be transformed into something operational that people can use to mark their progress. It could be translated into a dashboard for each country that would show the gap in maternal health services to ministries and parliamentarians. Taking the manifesto to the next level, making it into something more operational, trackable, and with associated advocacy tools can help us all in our efforts to improve maternal and women’s health.The MHTF is currently celebrating the Manifesto for Maternal Health’s one year anniversary through a blog series. Would you like to contribute? Connect with us on Twitter and Facebook. Or send us an email.Share this:last_img read more