Asking Behavioral And Situational Interviewing Questions
The job interview and the process of hiring the right candidate can be one of the most difficult aspects of being a manager. Situational interviews are similar to behavioral interview questions, but they are focused on the future, and ask hypothetical questions, whereas behavioral interview questions look at the past. This course examines how to ask behavioral and situational interview questions and how that process should play out. It demonstrates techniques for asking these questions and evaluating whether the interviewee possesses the appropriate competencies to excel at the job in question. Utilize this course among your management team to foster a clear level of understanding how to conduct an interview focused on behavioral and situational questions.
This course is geared specifically for managers and supervisors, or anyone who conducts job interviews
Introduction|The Techniques|Finding The Competencies|Conclusion
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