Talent-Based Interviewing: Best Questions & Best Practices
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Traditional interview questions focus on the applicant's past: Where have you worked? What have you done? What have you learned?
But you need to know how people will perform in YOUR workplace. Enter talent-based interviewing.
This increasingly popular interviewing technique asks questions about real-life situations, phrased in a unique way to elicit a candidate's first (natural) response. It's a better assessment of future performance in actual work situations – and the ideal way to smoke out stock answers and "professional" interviewers.
You will learn:
- The best talent-based interview questions
- How to phrase and deliver questions effectively
- Why (and how) you should review résumés from a talent-based approach
- How to use the handy Talent Matrix to assess the core performance attributes in any role
- Answers to YOUR specific questions about hiring interviews from a true expert
Our speaker, Jay Forte, delivered this presentation to a packed house at last year's SHRM conference. Now you and your team can benefit from his insights – from the comfort of your office.
Talent-based interviews are a powerful way to assess employee fit. What makes them effective is that they require on-the-spot thinking and responses to real-life events. This basically tells you how a candidate thinks and solves problems before he or she is hired.
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