An effective interview process will enable the interviewers to qualify the candidate’s behaviour, competencies and culture fit. Questions need to be probing with a clear edge. It is important the interviewer eliminates the chance for candidates to deliver prepared scripted stories that hold no evidence and substance.
When evaluating candidates, an interviewer must decide based on fact and not gut feeling.
All interviewers need to identify the competencies, behaviours and characteristics for the right hire, and the questions to be asked during the interview. This will enable the interviewers to make informed and accurate selections decisions.
Fact and value-based candidate qualification is achieved through: