Strategic Interviewing: How to Hire Good People

Strategic Interviewing: How to Hire Good People

Strategic Interviewing: How to Hire Good People

Strategic Interviewing: How to Hire Good People

Synopsis

Discover the strategic interviewing techniques that will spell success for your organization How can you refine the job interview process in order to choose the ideal candidate? Strategic Interviewing is a hands-on resource-which outlines a six-step process that managers can use to find the right employees for the right job. Using the author's Strategic Interviewing Approach managers will learn the skills they need to Set realistic goals for the interview Clearly define what is needed to perform the job successfully Ask the questions that will predict the candidate's ability to meet the performance standards Know the answers before they ask the candidates the questions Conduct an interview that will maximize effective communication Use behavioral decision making to predict the candidate's performance From this book in the University of Michigan Business Series, managers can learn to use these proven techniques to attract, select, manage, and retain top-notch people for their organizations.

Excerpt

Welcome to the University of Michigan Business School Management Series. The books in this series address the most urgent problems facing business today. The series is part of a larger initiative at the University of Michigan Business School (UMBS) that ties together a range of efforts to create and share knowledge through conferences, survey research, interactive and distance training, print publications, and new media.

It is just this type of broad-based initiative that sparked my love affair with UMBS in 1984. From the day I arrived I was enamored with the quality of the research, the quality of the MBA program, and the quality of the Executive Education Center. Here was a business school committed to new lines of research, new ways of teaching, and the practical application of ideas. It was a place where innovative thinking could result in tangible outcomes.

The UMBS Management Series is one very important outcome, and it has an interesting history. It turns out that every year five thousand participants in our executive program fill out a marketing survey in which they write statements indicating . . .

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