4.33 (160 reviews)
☑ Define the profile you are looking to hire
☑ Develop targeted interview questions
☑ Create and use Interview Guides
☑ Focus on what's important during the interview
☑ How to make Candidate Assessments
☑ How to conduct video interviews
☑ How to use Work Samples during the Recruitment Process
☑ Conduct reference calls before hiring employees
☑ Body language and non-verbal communication
Hiring employees is a challenge for organizations of all sizes. Selecting the right candidate is actually a big decision. Most of the time, we know very little about our candidates when making hiring decisions. After all, what do you know about a person after meeting them for an hour or two, during interviews?
Whether you are in HR, a Recruiting professional, or leading and building a team, if you are hiring employees and want to get to the right insights when interviewing candidates, then this course is for you!
The course focuses on a step-by-step recruitment process including interview preparation and candidate assessments. These steps will enable you to gain the right insights from your candidates during the recruitment process. Insights that will actually matter as of day 1, when your newly hired employee starts on the job.
It doesn’t matter whether you are looking to sharpen your recruitment skills or if you just start hiring employees right now and need to prepare for your first interview. This course will put you in a position to properly plan your recruitment process and get you to decision making with more confidence.
As professionals we owe it to ourselves to continuously develop our skills. In order to constantly do the right things when hiring employees, we must invest and sharpen our interviewing skills.
By the end of this course you will be able to properly prepare your interviews, conduct them with confidence and take evidence-based hiring decisions.
Your Strategy for Better Hiring Decisions
Define what you are looking for
Go for Quality
Ask the Right Interview Questions
Evaluate Candidates Effectively
Doing Video Interviews
This is not very common just to have a voice and text only. However, this is a great concise way to improve hiring skills if you don't have any specific knowledge on the topic and you mostly use gut feeling when making decisions
This course was vey informative and I was learn the best things BAR formula. It was very useful for everyone. Thank You Thank You Thank You
Thank you so much for enrolling in this course. I learned more from you. I can use all the information for the future.
The course instructor was incredibly knowledgeable and provided a ton of practical, USEABLE advice for our team
I like that the course is practical, not theoretical in nature. It pushes me to think beyond the normal and use interview time more effectively. The attached resources also serve well as a reference point when actually conducting interviews and making decisions. It is unconventional at certain places, like hearing personal stories in an interview, but it makes complete sense to me.
What I really like about this training is that it gives you some more of a grip on how to assess candidates in a structured way, providing also a framework to compare candidates. For me, given the experience I already have, this definitely gave me ideas to use in Recruitment. Even just seeing the distinction between skills and attitude already helps I feel. Sometimes I just go in an interview and I find it hard to categorize what I heard. I personally like to work partly with a structure like this, but also partly based on a candidate's profile. When we have conversations at SKIM, we are not necessarily always looking at a job ad. We try to also see what a candidate has, and from there, look at how someone can contribute (especially in senior recruitment) and whether we have a spot for this. Why decline a good candidate who doesn't fit a role, but maybe fits a slightly different role that we also need to grow in. We have the luck that SKIM is very flexible when looking at potential hires. So for me, why it is not at 5 stars: I cannot 1 on 1 apply this, but I think that is also not necessarily what you are aiming to do. Also, I found the slides a little bit disengaging (not too good looking, just the text what is being said on it) and also the tone of voice. I do have to say that in that format it seemed easier to keep concentration, which sounds a bit confusing but I think it was because of the fact that there was not much to be distracted by or something.
great informative course I have ever enrolled for recruitment. Best for concrete practical Recruitment knowledge.