JUDGING A PERSON DOES NOT DEFINE WHO THEY ARE..... IT DEFINES...., WHO YOU ARE. REGARDS RoopaNagaraju
From India, Bangalore
Dear Ms. Roopa Nagaraju, Is it a question by thought? would request you to post the purpose on the same. The riposte for this general query remains answered to your next post. Thanks
From India, Visakhapatnam
Dear Senior,
Its a Quote...
Recently,I started my career in the HR department.We have to Judge the candidates to take them in to the organisation. My Question is
Our Judgement is defines what we are? or what candidates are???
Sorry if am wrong.
Regards
Roopa Nagaraju

From India, Bangalore
Dear Ms. Roopa Nagaraju,
Perception on JUDGING purely depends on the effectiveness of the person or a thing in general. Since we're taking as HR, let me go halves on the measuring standards of judging (or) passing unpretentious judgement when considering an entity or business. For instance, measuring standards on performance indictor, recruitment and selection process is bias only by judging within impacting the business.
Our Judgement is defines what we are? or what candidates are???
Agreed... to the above. Look for what we are judging (Fair or Unfair), showing the translucent nature on the candidates by valuing even before they are employees to any business is the actuality.
Procedures and Policies are kept in place to maintain the judging corrrigendum as rational to all employees for retention and quality enhancement. HR is one person who judges the right for right people to right business.

From India, Visakhapatnam
Dear Senior,
Thank you for your valuable information.
"HR is one person who judges the right for right people to right business." i Will agree with that, according to HR per se, but in general, will you agree with that quotation.
Thanks & Regards
Roopa Nagaraju

From India, Bangalore
Actually the saying "Judging a person does not define who he is but it defines who we are!" is told in a different context. It only highlights the fallibility of individuals. It emphasizes that our judgment is not infallible. So, we should not jump to conclusions about others. There may be so many flaws in our judgment such as bias, stereo-typing, personal preferences etc. In that way judging others will bring out our flaws and thus define who we are rather than defining who the other person is. That is the context in which this saying has to be viewed. It should not confused with the HR function of recruiting and selecting proper persons for proper job. The HR selection process is based on pre-defined criteria. The job requirement is determined before hand, the required attributes to perform the job are also defined before hand. These are scientific determinations. They are not based on judgment. During the process of selection the selector only used the appropriate methodology and tools to measure whether the candidate meets the requirements are not. If such a scientific process of selection is followed, it can not be compared with " judging people" which the saying refers to. Thus selecting persons is different from judging.
From India, Madras
Dear All:
When judging others, the index finger points towards them, while the three remaining fingers point towards us. Take a 'good look' at yourself in an 'untarnished mirror' and you may well 'see' things about yourself that you may 'often miss.'
Judging others, and that to correctly, is perhaps the most awesome job that one often comes across.. Very often we perform this job, with a tilt, a bias, a prejudice or the like, and thus often deprive another of what s/he rightly deserves- in which case we've done an awful job.
I'm sure all of us on the thread would really like to perform an awesome job. Good luck!

From Pakistan, Karachi
ukm
23

Top Management
If taken philosophically, your statement can be considered as Thought for The Day
But if the desire was to understand the role of HR or others during an interview, then there is a need to elaborate. As I see it, when you want to hire a person, you would want to hire somebody who would comfortably deliver without disrupting the normal work culture and values of the organization. Thus, whether you realise it or not, you look for a person who is more like you in terms of attitude and values. So to a third party your line of questioning may also reveal ‘who you are’. Why only in the case of recruitment, even when parents look for a bride for their son, they also look for the qualities in her( of course, in addition to the quantum of dowry) that are in conformity with their own values etc. Hence they also show ‘who they are’
So, it does not matter how you interpret the statement, it is true

From India, Delhi
I absolutely agree with "bpugazhendhi" my explanation is exactly the same as what he said.
From Saudi Arabia, Jeddah
I think its too broad a statement - and too broad statements can be true as well as false.
There are cases where judging is wrong and there are cases where your job is to judge others without bothering what it says about you (like being a recruiter or a judge). Not sure if one can take a position on this.
It's a statement like "Chillies are tasty" - well - for some, yes and for others, not!

From India, Ghaziabad
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