Organizations always look to avoid the wasted efforts and high costs, which is generally estimated as 25–200 percent of annual salary, associated with making a “bad hire.” To ensure they hire or promote the right person for the job, organizations need a predictive and performance-based employee selection process that links directly to business strategy.
Researched and developed by Wilson Learning, Leading for Performance: Interviewing for Selection (LFP-IFS) is structured around the Behavioral Interview Process. This model provides the knowledge, tools, and confidence managers need to prepare for, conduct, and evaluate behavioral interviews.
The program emphasizes self-sufficiency as participants learn how to develop their own interview questions and objective, fair evaluation criteria. During this 1/2 day workshop, participants will focus on the following key learnings:
Conduct the Interview
Summarize and Select
Enabling Improved Performance
Interviewing for Selection features a Behavioral Interview Planner and Job Aid Card so participants
can fine-tune and apply their newly acquired skills and behaviors on the job. Involving managers and training them to coach is important for successful im-plementation.
As an option, individual coaching or organizational consulting is also available to further support early efforts or confirm the effectiveness and legality of internally developed processes.
Preparation — Be able to identify the right qualities and behaviors.
Conduct the Interview — Be able to conduct a fair interview and follow the Ask-Listen-Record process.
Summarize and Select — Be able to score the interview, compare and rank, and conduct a meeting for consensus.
|Session Length:||1/2 Day Programs available|
|Participant Materials:||Participant Guide & job aid card|