Many hiring managers believe that they have a good grasp of what they should ask in an interview, but they don't take the time to reflect on, plan, and write down the actual questions pertaining to the position to be filled. Having a plan increases your ability to focus on the job and the person's ability to do the job. Without a plan, you are subject to forgetting some important details, spending too much time on one area, or worse, asking questions that are personal in nature and not related to the job. Moreover, knowing how to conduct interviews will help you to prevent biased decision making. In this course, you will learn about the interviewing methods and questions from one of the experts: Sarah J. Ennis, author of the book, The Manager's Pocket Guide to Interviewing and Hiring Top Performers, from HRD Press.
This course carries the following professional education credits: 0.1 CEUs. For more information on accreditation bodies, please visit www.elementk.com/products/certification-and-accreditation.