Avoid common hiring mistakes. You no longer need to rely on intuition to evaluate the best candidate for the job. Through role-playing exercises, you have an opportunity to develop skills for conducting effective, behaviour-focused interviews.
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Avoid Common Hiring Mistakes - For A Better Bottom Line
You no longer need to rely on intuition to evaluate the best candidate for the job.
Through role-playing exercises, you have an opportunity to develop skills for conducting effective, behaviour-focused interviews.
How You Will Benefit
- Learn how to hire the best candidates to create a highly competent workforce
- Reduce turnover and costs of new hires
- Decrease your company's recruitment costs
- Use job descriptions to develop behaviour-focused interview questions
- Increase the effectiveness of the selection process
- Create an interview structure that supports behaviour-based questions
- Ask the 'right' questions and assessing the candidate's responses
- Use note-taking during the interview
- Overcome interview obstacles
- Human rights legislation
- HR managers and recruiters
- Managers and professionals involved in the recruitment process
- Differentiating behavioural interviewing from other forms of interviewing
- Understanding the essentials of interview planning: job specifications/competencies; pre-screening; establishing “knock-out” criteria; Selection Board etiquette; and coordinating multiple interviews
- Formulating behavioural questions
- Probing for behavioural information
- Maintaining candidate self-esteem
- Respecting a candidate’s human rights throughout the selection process
- After the workshop, you will be able to:
- Plan, structure and conduct a behavioural interview
- Define and communicate specific job requirements/competencies for use as employment selection criteria
- Conduct an interview consistent with Canadian Human Rights legislation
- Make more informed hiring recommendations/decisions
- Review the most common interviewing formats and discuss why behavioural interviewing is rapidly becoming the most dominant interview format
- Use the six-step interview outline, and discuss and identify the key elements of each step
- Use the interview flow model, identify the proper sequencing of questions and learn how to formulate behavioural questions
- Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using behavioural interviewing techniques
- Using a candidate statement exercise, practice identifying several types of candidate responses
- Examine the Do’s and Don’ts of seeking behaviour in the interview
- Discuss the importance of maintaining candidate self-esteem and review several techniques
- Discuss the importance of effective note taking in the interview and review several techniques
- Review a sample checklist of job specifications
- Examine the relationship between job competencies and behavioural interviewing
- Review the key components for evaluating a candidate’s behavioural information
- Examine a number of stated reasons for rejection and identify those that would be problematic for you
- Review the most common problems and errors in conducting an interview and identify those to which you need to pay special attention
- Practice identifying five different types of questions by completing the Behavioural Question Exercise
- Practice identifying the three discrete components of a behavioural statement by completing the Behavioural Statement Exercise
- Working in a small group, have the opportunity to plan and conduct a short videotaped behavioural interview
- In support of the overall learning objectives, receive constructive feedback from an observer and from the course leader
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