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No one likes to make a hiring mistake. But 95% of organizations continue to make them every year.
Organizations today must select the right people for the right jobs from the very start. And yet, organizations and hiring managers who still rely on antiquated, traditional interviewing methods achieve no greater than a 10% accuracy rate in their hiring decisions.
In this session you will be introduced to behavioral-based interviewing. Based on the premise that past performance is the best predictor of future performance, past behavior is a better predictor of future performance than is speculation about how a candidate would act in a hypothetical future situation.
By conducting more effective interviews and making better selection decisions, behavioral interviewing helps you select the right talent – people who can help you execute your business strategy to achieve success.
Who should attend:
Anyone involved in the interviewing process with candidates and the hiring decisions of talent for an organization.
Hiring managers, HR, interviewers.
About the Presenter:
President of Larkspur Group, Lori is a consultant, master facilitator and executive coach specializing in leadership, organization and team development, as well as multi-generational diversity.
She has more than 25 years experience partnering with senior executives in North America, and 60 countries across Africa, Europe, Asia and Latin America to translate business goals into value-added people strategies across the spectrum of talent management. With expertise in selection, assessment, performance management, diversity and inclusion, team development and leadership development, she specializes in getting the right people in the right job at the right time. She knows how to inspire people to get the desired results, especially during times of transition.
“I have interviewed many candidates over the years, but I never received training on how to do it properly. This session helped me see what I was doing wrong, and more importantly how to ensure that I gain as much relevant information from candidates as possible when interviewing in the future." - Previous Attendee