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A one-day Seminar for supervisors and managers having to interview recruitment candidates and interview and counsel existing staff Seminar objectives Some 60% of most companies' costs are staff costs. No organisation can afford 'passengers' on their books - they cannot afford to recruit or promote the wrong candidate. But in many Annual Reports we also read Chief Executives see employees as 'our biggest corporate asset' if this is so, we must cultivate talented individuals to optimise the staff assets. This Seminar shows how to avoid costly mistakes and pick winners. Who should attend Managers and Supervisors having staff selection, management and promotion responsibilities, as well as those with a Personnel function, who have had no formal training in interviewing techniques. How you will benefit This workshop will help you to select candidates that can add real value to your organization. Programme Preparation for the Interview Your organisation's requirement Job Descriptions What the Interviewee is Looking For Personnel Profile Preparing Questions Preparing Answers to Interviewees' Questions The Interview Popular Myths & Misconceptions Aptitude & Psychological Tests Boards, Panels & One-on-One Interviews Types of Interview The Unstructured Interview Problem Interviews The Structured Interview Interviewing Techniques First Impressions - Setting the Scene Getting Candidates to Open Up Closed & Open Question Techniques Sorting out the Chaff Closing the Interview Scoresheets Interview Workshop A video will be shown and delegates will be given the opportunity to discuss it and critique the interview technique. Delegates may also present their own problem situations for discussion and advice.

A one-day Seminar for supervisors and managers having to interview recruitment candidates and interview and counsel existing staff Seminar objectives Some 60% of most companies' costs are staff costs. No organisation can afford 'passengers' on their books - they cannot afford to recruit or promote the wrong candidate. But in many Annual Reports we also read Chief Executives see employees as 'our...

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