Hiring the right candidate is one of the most important skills of leaders! Having the wrong fit can be very expensive and detrimental to the organization. Instead of using gut feeling for selection, a structured approach can minimize the risk of hiring the wrong candidate.

In the course, participants will learn how to use effective questioning techniques and process to select the candidate that fits the job, team and organization.

 

Overview

Training Objective

Participants will learn how to use effective questioning techniques and process to select the candidate that fits the job, team and organization.

Benefits of Attending This Programme

  • Increase the chances of hiring the right person who fits the job, team and organization
  • Maximise productivity and reduce mis-hire costs
  • Increase reliability and validity in selection of suitable candidates for the job

Programme Outline

  • Principles and benefits of using a structured approach in selection interviews
  • Plan relevant interview questions in line with the organisation’s job descriptions, vision, mission and values
  • 6 steps of a structured interview process
  • Use behavioural-based questions and STAR Technique
  • Different selection methods for assessment of candidates
  • Follow up actions after the interview
  • Project a professional image for self and organisation

Methodology

To encourage transfer of learning in the workplace environment, the programme incorporates:

  • Interactive discussions and exercises
  • Skill practice and checklists
  • Video

Date

15 May 2018

Course Duration

1 Full Day; 9am – 6pm

Who Must Attend?

All HR Practitioners and staff who are involved in interviews and candidate selection.

Course Fees
(Excluding GST)

S$400

Certification

Certificate of Attendance

Refreshment

Coffee & tea with snacks provided during the morning and afternoon breaks

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