2 Good Types of Interview Questions

So Mark Murphy’s not a fan of many of the interview questions commonly used, saying they don’t differentiate between better and worse performers, and ultimately don’t result in better hires.

The questions the Leadership IQ CEO does like can loosely be split up into categories: attitudinal questions, and coachability questions.

The first type of questions help you actually tell who’s a better than a candidate than the next one, rather than having each person just tell you all their success stories. The second category — coachability — gets into what someone’s boss would say about them.

He explains more, and offers specific sample questions, in the 6-minute video below.