First impressions are critical for both the candidate and the person doing the interview. Make a positive impression that lasts while conducting an effective and in depth interview session. This interactive workshop is designed to equip even the most seasoned professional with the tools they need to succeed, and to make sure the selection process aligns with the needs of the company. Role plays and hand’s on practice helps ensure the learning will stick.
By the end of the session participants will:
Be able to define behavioral interviewing and outline the four phases of a behavioral interview
Identify competencies relevant for specific positions
Develop questions based on position competencies
Use the STAR (Situation/Task-Action-Result) model to understand how individuals will perform in the role
Know how to prepare effectively for interviewing candidates at all levels
Learn common red flags and how to evaluate them
Learn techniques to probe candidates for more information and when to move them forward in the process
Be aware of the types of questions you can and cannot ask
Learn how to evaluate candidates following an interview
Learn how to keep the interview process legally compliant
Master behavioral interview techniques through role-play and hands-on practice
Content can be customized to your specific learning objectives and business needs.
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