A behavioral interview requires job seekers to relate stories and personal experiences about how they’ve handled challenges in the past. Past behavior is a better predictor of future behavior. It is said to be 55% predictive of future behavior.
If staffing is one of your leadership responsibilities, you undoubtedly know that hiring “the right people” can be tough and tedious work. But it’s also important work – arguably the most important function you will ever perform.
With few exceptions, the more effort you put into the hiring process, the less you need to devote to managing the performance of the people you bring on.
An interview is a meeting, typically in person, arranged for the assessment of particular qualifications. When employers and potential candidates come together for an interview, both parties should equally interview each other.
There are many different types of interviewing structures. This article focuses on the following four types: core competencies, situational interviews, patterned behavior description interviews and realistic previews.