Behavioral Interview Guide

Tell Me About Yourself Is No Longer Enough

According to the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Behavioral Interviewing is considered to be most effective type of interviewing technique in nearly any type of organization.

Behavioral interviewing focuses on a candidate’s past experiences by asking candidates to provide specific examples of how they have demonstrated certain behaviors, knowledge, skills, and abilities.

Answers to behavioral interview questions should provide verifiable, concrete evidence as to how a candidate has dealt with issues in the past.

In the Behavioral Interview Guide, you’ll learn:

  • What to look for in a candidate

  • The questions that reveal their character

  • What’s legal to ask and what’s not

  • What your current team dynamic is lacking

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