Interviewing

Behavioural interviewing, competency based interviewing and strengths-based interviewing techniques, among others, improves interviewing results by focusing on candidates behaviours which are a significant predictor of future success.

 

Current trends and best-practice interviewing techniques lead to better interviewing outcomes in terms of accuracy and fit for the role and organisation.

 

Strengths in terms of leadership, teamwork, influencing, drive and energy, courage, conflict management, handling people issues, problem solving, solutions orientation, and so on, are assessed according to the requirements for the role and organisation and at the appropriate depth and level for the role.

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