The observational setting that was chosen, the interview room that a recruiter must use to talk and understand what a potential future student is thinking and needs during their initial meeting. The room temperature, the vocal tone and the lack of information about the entire process is based within a limited setting for the student.
The admissions advisor has three objectives within a physical setting, to allow the student to feel wanted or needed; to allow the student to talk and outwardly build a commitment internally that there is an issue and they have the power to achieve greatness by attaining a degree. Lastly to allow the student to understand that all of the decisions need to take place within a certain time period; this allows the dictation of the admissions advisor to become the word of law to the potential student.
[...] Public observations Abstract Public observation is a calculated and determining factor in completely understanding the daily expectations of those around us. Processes are what have built our society; we have individuals within our society who have never finished anything they have started; while other individuals have become “subject matter experts” within their individual decision making of choice. When implementing an observation one begins to fully understand that people change when they complete their actions; individuals gain a sense of accomplishment and that has a direct impact on how people are treated and what they expect from themselves as givers to society. [...]
[...] Final Thoughts The profit” process of enrollment could be improved, the processes have clear points of opportunity to be adjusted for the better; but they will never be entirely changed at every institution and there will always be complaints. Each state functions differently and has a different set of rules when enrolling students. If you truly interview a potential student and figure out you do not have the services for them you should advise them on a different option and all parties involved should be ok with that. [...]
[...] The Observational Choice A very close family member was being recruited by a local institution which happens to be for profit concerning the type of educational institution. This particular institution has been calling the test subject for months because the individual was completing surveys online and one of the choices to attain 0.10 cents; to allow an admissions advisor to call them concerning school and their education. With this being the primary basis of lead development for online institutions present and future; the retention, enrollment and results of these meetings will determine how we move forward as a country in dealing with this issue. [...]
[...] At this point the observation was in full throttle; the documentation would indicate that the interview began in the lobby when the test subject arrived on the campus. The test subject was lead to a room titled Interview Room” the expectations were the test subject, the admissions advisor and the researcher would all enter this room and the test subject would come out enrolled after the interview was complete. The admissions advisor opened with multiple questions concerning the commitment of the test subject; the deeper the conversation was allowed to go eased the stress of the test subject and allowed the test subject to feel as if a relationship was being built immediately. [...]
[...] If you have a potential student whom has never heard any positive reinforcement from anyone; these types of individuals are “easy prey” concerning for profit educational enrollment. There was also a lack of respect for what the test subject already knew coming into the institution, the assessment was not in place for the potential student to know where they stood, the assessment allowed the institution to create a program form that allowed the admissions advisor a way to “sell the test subject” and give them an advantage within the admissions interview; there is a certain level of control each admissions advisor must keep if they want to attain the enrollment; this is what they are taught, that control is the most important obstacle in the process. [...]
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