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The Voice Emotional Audition 2018
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Hiring for results should be independent of the gender, the facial features, race, the ethnicity, the skin color, the age, the religion, the weight, the hair and dress style, or other features that do not have relevance to talent and performance. Subconscious biases are difficult to root out. These biases can result in hiring less qualified people simply because they look or act like us.
Rational decision makers want to make a hiring decision based on who will best produce the results the interviewer is looking for. Despite what we have as a pre-formed image of the "right person," that person may be just the person we are unlikely to hire based on first impressions. For example, the best hire may be the quirky creative type with 3 shades of hair and bright "over the top" clothing, or may have an accent, or be younger or older than we think is needed for the job. Maybe the person has self-educated to learn coding or graphic design, or perhaps tired of the formal education grind, completed only community college, but has an extraordinary ability to produce a collaborative project on schedule. Setting up the "blind audition" may reveal what a resume and slick interview cannot.
The Logic of the Blind Audition is Nothing New in Management Philosophy.
Management will tout that it assesses performance objectively by results. Then logically, it should also be ready to hire based on pre-hire results. The trick will be to model the work challenge to select for the most capable applicants. But the model is already in use by some companies, and can be adapted to your industry, company, and department. Using the "blind audition" alternative to the classical recruitment and interviewing model may bring innovation, efficiency, and yes, more of the "results" your company wants. And as a byproduct, it may contribute to a more diverse and interesting workforce.
America's got talent best auditions
Imagine if you will walking into a room with purple haired clowns juggling swords, diva-in-the-making girls warbling out their best Mariah Carey, grown men dressed as giant alligators in tutus and some dude who is bragging that he's the greatest living 'dancer/singer/actor/producer/ rapper/director/plate spinner' in the universe. This is just an idea of what it's like to be part of the "America's Got Talent" auditions.
After years of working in radio and television, you would think I would not be intimidated by an audition. Well, think again. I was always very shy by nature and the thought of performing in front of an audience scares the living daylights out of me. Once I am actually "performing" I'm fine, but the process leading up to the big moment is pure torture for me. That is why it was a real challenge to actually get me out the door to the open casting call of "America's Got Talent." I am not ashamed to tell the real truth of how I was actually persuaded to work up the nerve to go, My friends only said two words to convince me: Simon Cowell. Mr. Cowell, you see, is the object of my affections. I've always been quite fond of sassy, bad boy Brits so the possibility that the executive producer of "America's Got Talent" might be there sent shivers of delight to my infatuated self. Two other words sealed the "will she/won't she audition" deal for me: Piers Morgan. Yes, Mr. Morgan, one of the judges of the show, is another man that makes me all giddy inside (what did I tell you, another British bad boy?) Needless to say, I was off to the auditions.
When we first got to the tryouts, I was surprised that the lines were not very long and everything seemed extremely organized. We checked in, received one of those big old number signs to paste on our chest and a wrist band. We walked into the holding area to complete the process and wait our turn. They had all the contestants in one huge room at the Pier. And that is where the real fun takes place. Most everyone seemed energized and in a jovial mood. The best part of the day was watching the other people who came from all over the country to audition for the show. They ranged in ages from 5 years old to about 90. Some were dressed up in their best looking ensembles and others wore jeans and t-shirts. There were a few large groups auditioning as dancers, all wearing colorful, matching costumes and hats. In one corner of the room I remember hearing a young boy of about 10 who was wearing a black tuxedo with a top hat and red rose in his lapel. He was adorable and I could hear him rehearsing a classic Motown song. His voice was fantastic and he was doing these dance moves that would have made Michael Jackson proud.
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