Behavioral Interviewing

Behavioral Interviewing

Date(s)

June 15, 2011

Status

Completed
Scholarly Activity Role: 
Trainer
Organization Name: 
The ArdLen Group
Role or Title within the Organization: 
Senior Consultant

BEHAVIORAL INTERVIEWING

The most important thing you can do as a manager is hire good people. This is easier said than done. Hiring is not yet a science. However, there are things we can do to give ourselves the best chance to choose the right people.

 

  • Identify competencies and integrate them into a job description.
  • Develop a fair and consistent interviewing process for selecting employees, using a variety of interview strategies, including behavior description interview (BDI) techniques.
  • Enhance communication skills of listening, asking questions and observing, that are essential for a skilled recruiter.
  • Understand the questions that are not legal to ask.
  • Have a format for checking references