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Motivation-Based Interviewing - An Overview & Introduction

Topic:
Motivation-Based Interviewing - An Overview & Introduction
Date:
April 18, 2013 at 12:00 - 1:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Carol Quinn, CEO(Hire Authority, Inc.)
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Description
Motivation-Based Interviewing (or MBI) is an effective interviewing method for accurately assessing applicant motivation and for hiring high achievers. It can be used to fill every job opening, requires no extra interviewing time, and is easy-to-learn.

Traditional behavior-based interviewing does a reasonable job of assessing the candidate's skills, but it is not effective as a predictor of future performance, because it fails to take motivation into account. Think of skill as being analogous to a car. Think of motivation as fuel. A car without fuel runs great - going downhill. Using MBI is a more effective way to assess a candidate in terms of skill and motivation which enables you, the interviewer, to more accurately predict what kind of results you can expect that person to achieve.

It is important to understand where the employee selection process is going awry and fix it. Untrained interviewers, ineffective interview questions and hiring decisions based on skill level alone are the most common reasons bad hires happen. Research has found that ALL high achievers share 3 components; skill, attitude and passion. Skill is the only one of the three that can be added or changed AFTER the hire. That means...if you want a highly motivated team, or an entire organization, you have to hire passionate employees with the right kind of attitude to achieve tough goals. Many applicants who are NOT high achievers are interview-savvy. These applicants often withhold information and present themselves only in a positive light, but interviewers who use motivation-based interviewing know exactly how to expose the information they need to know to make a sound hiring decision. MBI is all about hiring high achievers. It is being used globally and is the only interviewing method with built-in skill, attitude and passion assessment components. This must-attend session is an overview and brief introduction to motivation-based interviewing. It includes a powerful video that’s not available in an archived version.
Who Should Participate
ALL HR PROFESSIONALS. This seminar is relevant to leaders and decision-makers, those new to HR, as well as everyone else in between.
What You Will Learn
Learning Objectives:
  1. Learn why motivation-based interviewing ("MBI") is more effective than traditional behavior-based interviewing for hiring high achievers.
  2. Examine the 3 components that ALL 'A Players' share in common: skill, attitude and passion.
  3. Understand exactly what "attitude" is and the significant role it plays in job performance and success.
  4. Learn the powerful natural self-motivator of "passion" and why it must hired if you want self-motivated employees.
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MBI is an effective interviewing method for accurately assessing applicant motivation and for hiring High Achievers. It can be used to fill every job opening, requires no extra interviewing time, and is easy-to-learn.
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