TrainingBriefs® Behavior-Based Interviewing – Seeking Contrary Evidence
New Micro-Learning! Clear, pre-planned questions help the candidate know how to answer. But often a candidate’s initial answer isn’t enough. Then, you have to ask job-related probes to get the whole picture of the candidate’s skills. In this course, you'll explore the topic of seeking contrary evidence.
|Type:||eLearning - TrainingBriefs®|
|Learning Paths:||Leadership, Personal Performance|
|Other Topics:||Management, Hiring & Recruiting|
|Competencies:||Interviewing for Capability and Cultural Fit|
|Suggested Industry Usage:||Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail & Hospitality, Government|
|Available Formats:||Interactive eLearning|
|Subject:||Maximizing Your Interview|
|Source Program:||Get the Whole Picture: Asking Probing Questions in a Behavior-based Interview™|
|Trainer Comments:||The Seeking Contrary Evidence strategy involves asking questions about strengths, weaknesses, successes, failures, achievements and mistakes. The main reason this strategy is important is that it allows you to evaluate a more balanced response and not get a one-sided view of the candidate.|
|Seat Time:||5 Minutes|
|Interactivity:||Integrated video, audible narration, interactions, mobile design, post-test.|
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