How many times have you found yourself asking, “Where do you see yourself in five years?” or “Tell me about your strengths and weaknesses?” knowing that any smart candidate will have prepared for exactly those questions with answers tailored to the job description? How many times have you hired someone who breezed through those standard interview questions but ended up being an expensive bad hire? Wouldn’t you like to have more of a chance to weed out those candidates at an earlier stage?
Behavioral interviewing is a great way to avoid those clichés and get into a meaningful conversation with your potential hires. It revolves around open questions that invite a candidate to talk about how they have handled specific situations in real life.
The idea behind the approach is that past behavior is a better predictor of future performance than prepared answers to standard questions. Used appropriately, behavioral interviewing techniques can help you to make better informed hiring decisions and identify candidates who have the skills and attitude to shine at your company.
Join our free webinar on Wednesday April 1, 2015 for practical guidance on proven behavioral interviewing techniques and how best to apply them to reduce your risk of making a bad hire.
During the webinar, speaker Kevin Dunn will share his extensive experience of behavioral interviewing, including:
· why you should be using behavioral interviewing
· techniques for creating useful questions and evaluating the answers
· how you can set up successful behavioral interviews
Who should attend?
If you’re a recruiter who wants to use behavioral interviewing techniques to make better informed hiring decisions, identify the best candidates for your company and reduce the risk of bad hires, join us on Wednesday, April 1, 2015
The webinar will fill up fast. Register for free to reserve your seat now.
Can’t attend? No problem! Register for the webinar and you’ll receive a link to view the video recording the next day.
This webinar is sponsored by SilkRoad technology.