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Interview Best Practices from Structure, to Interviewer, to Applicant

Topic:
Interview Best Practices from Structure, to Interviewer, to Applicant
Date:
April 17, 2013 at 1:30 - 2:30 PM ET
Presenters:
David Daly, Research and Business Development Associate(DeGarmo Group)
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Description
How do we ensure best practices in our interview process? Over five years of training interviewers, I have seen all the nay-saying, eye-rolling, and heavy sighs expressed by experienced interviewers when I try to break them from the way “they have always done it.” Such resistance is certainly not universal, but it can be contagious when even a small number of intransigent veteran interviewers provide resistance to change regarding how to interview. Confronting, or preempting, such resistance can significantly enhance the quality of an employment interviewing initiative. Overcoming such obstacles can be a challenge for any interview trainer. With that in mind, one of the focuses of this session will be sharing tricks and tools I have learned over the years to help get buy-in to the process.

After we get buy-in, it is also important to ensure the interview process is built in the most effective manner possible, and that the interviewers themselves possess some of the most important skills. As such, we will discuss interviewer and interview process best practices to ensure your interview process is effective.

The objective of this session will be to address employment interview best practices in the context of practitioners who are, for one reason or another, resistant to these practices. Guided by focusing on the interviewer, the interviewee, the interview itself, and tracking the interview, a framework will guide discussion to identify how we can establish buy-in and better articulate, educate, and train for interview best practices. An additional focus will surround that ABSOLUTE MUST DOs for every interview.
Who Should Participate
  1. Recruiters, Managers, Directors, VPs, etc., responsible for HR, Staffing, and Talent Acquisition.
  2. Those interested in learning about improve interview practice.
  3. Those involved in establishing buy-in for or educating others regarding interviewing practices.
What You Will Learn
Please join us as we will be covering the following:
  1. Obtaining buy-in from skeptics
  2. Interview structure best practices
  3. Absolute essentials to cover ourselves from a legal perspective
  4. How to better articulate, educate, and train for interview best practices.
Recommended Resources
http://www.degarmogroup.com/index.php/rapport-building-in-structured-interviews/ Click here
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