Your professional network is gold. Barbara Bruno shows you how a positive candidate experience—whether they get the job or not—can very well end up getting you referrals.
- A successful interview is one where you obtain…the information you need, and the candidate…has a good experience, even if they're screened out.…Interviews follow a basic structure.…They each have an opening,…then there's an exchange of information…and end with a close.…In this video we're going to look…at the open and the close.…These are similar among the different…types of interviews and key to a good candidate experience.…When you first greet the candidate,…whether it's on the phone, over video,…or in person, start out by introducing yourself.…
Never assume they know who you are.…Then, let them know you took the time…to review their resume.…If you're conducting a quick screening interview,…your opening should go something like this.…"Hello Jody, my name is Barb Bruno from HR Search,…"and I want to thank you for submitting…"your resume for our marketing position.…"I've reviewed your credentials…"and have a couple of questions.…"Do you have a few minutes now to talk openly…"or would you prefer to schedule another time?"…
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- Determining the purpose of the interview
- Clarifying expectations
- Making a good first impression
- Asking creative questions consistently
- What candidate questions reveal
- The basics of conducting an interview
- Creating brand awareness and getting referrals