Behavioral Interviewing

Leadership Communication: Presentation Skills (Fundamentals - Advanced - Sales) - Meeting Facilitation - Negotiation - Interviewing

Description
Strategies and techniques for interviewing candidates using behaviorally-based practices that give the interviewer an accurate picture of the person being interviewed.

  • Audience: mid-level management personnel who want to develop interview questioning skills that will ensure the selection of a candidate who is the best “fit” for a position.

  • Duration: One day (half-day and two-day options are also available)

  • Maximum attendees: 20

Objectives

  • Describe behavior-based interviewing (BBI)

  • Compare BBI to traditional interviewing techniques

  • Develop a job model

  • Learn how to conduct a BBI

  • Conduct a BBI role play

  • Develop an action plan for implementing BBI

  • Review our personal objectives

 

Agenda

  • Define behavior-based interviewing

  • Star performers we’ve known

  • Comparison of BBI to traditional interviewing techniques

  • Developing a job model (i.e. critical tasks and the skills, knowledge and aptitudes required to be successful in that job)

  • How to conduct a BBI

  • Evaluating the candidate

  • BBI role plays (class participants interview each other in a simulated environment)

  • Action planning

  • Wrap-up and conclusion

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