Barbara Bruno shows you how quantifying your concerns also helps you qualify candidates so you don’t waste their time or the time of your hiring managers.
- We sent to Canada to interview for a full-time job.…After the interview, I followed up and asked…if she was interested in the job.…She instantly responded yes.…I asked if she had any concerns, and she said no.…Now, based on that exchange,…you'd expect her to accept the job.…However, when I asked, on a scale of one to 10,…10 being the highest, what's your level of interest?…She said four.…And that led to more conversation.…
Quantifying is when you ask candidates…to assign a number value to their answers,…and by quantifying answers, you know, not think,…your candidates are qualified, interested,…and will accept job offers extended.…You just need to ask the right questions.…On a scale of one to 10, 10 being the highest,…how well do you think you'll fit with the company culture?…On a scale of one to 10, 10 being the highest,…how well do you know the platform…on which you'll be working?…On a scale of one to 10, 10 being the highest,…what is your level of interest in this position?…When you quantify answers, you become a better interviewer.…
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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