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Interviewing Skills asdf

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Transcript of Interviewing Skills asdf

Recruitment fundamentals
Types & Formats
Types of Interviews
Designing
the interview
a. Job description analysis.
b. Identifying requirements, competences and skills.
c. Create interview questions.
d. Define Benchmarks.
e. Conduct the interview.
Conducting the interview
Introduction
What
Why
Factors undermine an interview
Session One:
Recruitment Cycle
Session two:
a. Screening CVs
b. Phone Interview
c. Test: IQ , EQ , English
d. Interview
e. Technical Interview
f. Assessment Center
g. Selection
h. Medical Checkup.
i. Welcome Mail

Session three:
Session four:
Selection
Appraisal
Exit
Formats of Interviews
Behavioural
Stress
Panel
Group
Methodologies of Interviews
Phone
Video Conference
Face to Face
a.
Prepare
1. Secure a private room to minimize interruptions.
2. Review the candidate’s application and résumé.
3. Review the job specifications.

b.
Establish Rapport
1. Put the person at ease.
2. Welcome him/her with a smile.
3. Perform a welcoming professional standing posture.
c.
Ask questions
d.
Closing & Evaluation
Professional goodbye.
What's next?

Closing
Evaluation
• Join an actual interview to observe closely
• Interviewer's preparation
• Interviewer's command of the interview
• Interviewer's ability to keep balance
• Interviewer's closing

Interviewer
Judge the interviewee upon the required competences and skills.
Avoid early judgement.
Interviewee
1. Situational questions
2. Behavioural questions
3. Job-related questions
4. Stress measuring tools
Question types:
Do & Don't:
Question Samples:
Session Five:
Session Six:
Interviewer Side
1. First impression
2. Effect of personal characteristics

Interviewee Side
1. Misunderstanding the job
2. Impression management
3. Interviewer behavior

is an interview?
do we make interviews?
Who
is an interviewer?
Requirements
Core Competences
Skills
Practice:
Choose a core competency and define it's grades.
Practice:
Design an interview.
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