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The Art of Behavioural Interviewing
Ashgate Publishing, March 2009, Minutes: 11
The TakeAway Training Film Series comprises short, practical training films providing managers, supervisors and staff with techniques, advice and ideas on some of the key areas of their job.
The series which features 'talking head discussion' between psychologists Eve Ash and Peter Quarry, is designed for learning resource centres and management self-development. When the first titles in the series appeared People Management Journal said: '...one of the main selling points is that they firmly place responsibility for learning with the learner...They could be used either as stand-alone distance learning tools or as part of a training session. I am sure that any viewer will be able to take up their basic principles and apply them.'
Research shows Behavioural Interviewing is five times better at choosing the right candidate for a job than more traditional interviewing techniques. In The Art of Behavioural Interviewing you will discover:
- The difference between 'traditional' and 'behavioural' interviewing;
- Basing the interview structure on a job analysis;
- Benefits of behavioural interviewing;
- How to ask behavioural questions;
- Using follow up or probing questions;
- How to question for ethics, motivation and other important attributes;
- How to assess a candidate's credibility in an interview.