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Interviewing: More Than a Gut Feeling™ (How-To Book)
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Interviewing: More Than a Gut Feeling™ (How-To Book)

World-Wide Best-Seller! Now you can take the guesswork out of hiring by relying on fair, logical ways to identify the best candidate for a job. This excellent how-to book will help you learn how to use the behavior-based approach to interviewing. By asking questions that probe for past behavior, you will be able to identify the candidate best suited for the job. You’ll also discover tips on how to save an uncomfortable interviewing situation. This How-To Book™ is 96 pages.

How-To Books Leadership, Personal Performance Interviewing, Management, Hiring & Recruiting

ACTIONS Speak!™ Behavior-Based Interviewing
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ACTIONS Speak!™ Behavior-Based Interviewing

From the creators of More Than a Gut Feeling™, this powerful program offers a fresh and vibrant new approach to legal and effective hiring. Based on the time-tested truth, "past actions predict future performance", ACTIONS Speak! combines the elements of memorable storytelling, practical content and realistic acting to weave together a highly effective interview skills training course for a new generation of interviewers.

Off-The-Shelf Video Program (ILT) Leadership, Personal Performance Hiring & Recruiting, Interpersonal Skills, Management, Leading, Interviewing

Integrity, Honesty & Values (Behavior-Based Interviewing)
#3 ID:2467

Integrity, Honesty & Values (Behavior-Based Interviewing)

Past actions are still the best predictor of future performance. So, stay focused on asking behavioral questions about job requirements. For example, if the job does require honesty, you might ask questions this, "When were you honest, even though it was embarrassing for you? What did you say?

Video Vignettes Leadership, Personal Performance Hiring & Recruiting, Interpersonal Skills, Management, Leading, Interviewing

The “Like Me” Syndrome (Behavior-Based Interviewing)
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The “Like Me” Syndrome (Behavior-Based Interviewing)

The "like me" syndrome is like a bias. Over weighing the positives of a candidate because you have many things in common will usually lead to a less than optimal hire.

Video Vignettes Leadership, Personal Performance Hiring & Recruiting, Interpersonal Skills, Management, Leading, Interviewing

Discussion Card: More Than a Gut Feeling™ Interviewing Essentials
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Discussion Card: More Than a Gut Feeling™ Interviewing Essentials

Using the power of behavior-based interviewing will get you the new hires you need... and retain! These easy-to-use cards provide a simple model (M.T.G.F.) along with thought-provoking questions on maximizing the key principles of More Than a Gut Feeling™. These cards are great for a quick training reminder, reinforcement or as a conversation generator.

Discussion Cards Leadership Hiring & Recruiting, Interpersonal Skills, Leading, Interviewing

Regain Control of the Interview (Behavior-Based Interviewing)
#6 ID:2472

Regain Control of the Interview (Behavior-Based Interviewing)

When a candidate takes over the interview - maybe by non-stop talking or story-telling - it's okay to re-take control of the interview by politely interrupting and re-focusing the candidate back to the task at hand.

Video Vignettes Leadership, Personal Performance Hiring & Recruiting, Interpersonal Skills, Management, Leading, Interviewing

Seek Reverse Information When Interviewing
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Seek Reverse Information When Interviewing

Reverse information is the opposite of what the candidate told you, or the opposite of your reaction to the candidate. It is designed to give you a broad sample of the candidate’s job skills and help you get new information to balance an overly positive or overly negative opinion of the candidate.

Video Vignettes Leadership, Personal Performance Hiring & Recruiting, Interviewing

Traditional vs. Behavior-Based Interviewing Questions
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Traditional vs. Behavior-Based Interviewing Questions

When it comes to behavior-based interviewing, it's all in how you ask your questions. This video is designed to illustrate the difference between a traditional interview question and a behavior-based interview question.

Video Vignettes Leadership, Personal Performance Hiring & Recruiting, Management, Leading, Interviewing

Clarify Actions and Outcomes (Interviewing Tips)
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Clarify Actions and Outcomes (Interviewing Tips)

Explanation of the probing strategy of clarifying actions and outcomes.

Video Vignettes Leadership Management, Communication, Leadership, Professionalism

Create a Probe from a Job Task (Interviewing Tip)
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Create a Probe from a Job Task (Interviewing Tip)

Example of interview question and candidate response to prompt probing question.

Video Vignettes Leadership Management, Communication, Leadership, Professionalism

Follow a Verbal or Non-Verbal Lead (Interviewing Tips)
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Follow a Verbal or Non-Verbal Lead (Interviewing Tips)

Explanation of the probing strategy of following a verbal or non-verbal lead.

Video Vignettes Leadership Interviewing, Communication, Leadership, Professionalism

Managing Silence (Behavior-Based Interviewing)
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Managing Silence (Behavior-Based Interviewing)

Being uncomfortable with silence during an interview may be the most common problem interviewers face, and most will just change the subject and move on. But look at it this way. When candidates are silent, it usually means they're thinking. That silence is your friend, your tool. If you change the subject and move on, you may be shutting down a revealing answer. So respect silence.

Video Vignettes Leadership, Personal Performance Hiring & Recruiting, Interpersonal Skills, Management, Leading, Interviewing

Non-Verbal Indicators (Behavior-Based Interviewing)
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Non-Verbal Indicators (Behavior-Based Interviewing)

To uncover past behaviors from candidates, sometimes we need to follow "feeling" clues. Feelings point to the hidden parts of past behavior. And, of course, none of us are mind readers when it comes to reading feelings, but all of us can learn to recognize the non-verbal indicators of feelings.

Video Vignettes Leadership, Personal Performance Hiring & Recruiting, Interpersonal Skills, Management, Leading, Interviewing

Probe Based on Non-Verbal Cues (Interviewing Tip)
#14 ID:447

Probe Based on Non-Verbal Cues (Interviewing Tip)

Example of interview question and candidate response to prompt probing question.

Video Vignettes Leadership Management, Communication, Leadership, Professionalism

Probe for a Current Work Example #1 (Interviewing Tip)
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Probe for a Current Work Example #1 (Interviewing Tip)

Explanation of the probing strategy of probing for a current work example

Video Vignettes Leadership Management, Communication, Leadership, Professionalism

Probe for a Current Work Example #2 (Interviewing Tip)
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Probe for a Current Work Example #2 (Interviewing Tip)

Example of interview question and candidate response to prompt probing question

Video Vignettes Leadership Management, Communication, Leadership, Professionalism

Probe for a Current Work Example #3 (Interviewing Tip)
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Probe for a Current Work Example #3 (Interviewing Tip)

Example of interview question and candidate response to prompt probing question.

Video Vignettes Leadership Management, Communication, Leadership, Professionalism

Probe for a Negative Example (Interviewing Tip)
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Probe for a Negative Example (Interviewing Tip)

Example of interview question and candidate response to prompt probing question.

Video Vignettes Leadership Leadership, Communication, Leadership, Professionalism

Probe for a Positive Example (Interviewing Tip)
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Probe for a Positive Example (Interviewing Tip)

Example of interview question and candidate response to prompt probing question.

Video Vignettes Leadership Leadership, Communication, Leadership, Professionalism

Probe for Actions Taken (Interviewing Tip)
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Probe for Actions Taken (Interviewing Tip)

Example of interview question and candidate response to prompt probing question

Video Vignettes Leadership Management, Communication, Leadership, Professionalism