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Interviewing skills for managersThis video illustrates the skills of behaviour-based selection interviewing, and how to conduct interviews that are effective, objective and legal. Also known as competency-based interviewing, this approach enables interviewers to gather evidence of a candidate's past performance.
Summary of learning messages
Evidence of past behaviour is a good indicator of future behaviour
Behavioural questions seek examples of how a candidate has done things in the past
Use the competencies required for the role to help you prepare
Describe each competency in terms of specific desired behaviours
Behaviour interviewing is transparent
Tell the candidate what you are looking for, so they provide relevant information for you to probe.
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