Despite the various developments in psychology and the assessment of talent and competence, personal interviews remain the preferred method of identifying candidates. Most of these interviews fail to achieve the required level of credibility due to poor pre-interview preparation, inappropriate questions or erroneous reliance on first impressions and mixed emotions. This course is designed to train participants to avoid the common mistakes of untrained interviewers during interviews, highlight the impact of interviews on hiring decisions, and the steps that must be taken to increase the credibility of interviews while ensuring the highest levels of fairness and consistency.
What Will I Learn?
- Identify the importance of interviewing as a means of choice as well as exchange ideas about common mistakes made by interviewers and identify ways to overcome them
- Include key types of interviews and when and how to use each
- The design of a manual for interviews determines efficiency using competencies and values and use them to collect "cryptographic"
- Conduct an interview designed to detect behavioral characteristics
- Use the data collected during the interview to complete the variance analysis and make decisions on the most appropriate candidate