How many times have you hired someone who seemed like a dynamo in the interview but ended up to be apathetic, indifferent or just plain lazy? In addition to skills and experience, a person’s attitude is the key predictor of successful job performance—and it may be the most important.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could ask specific interview questions to identify candidates with the right passion, attitude and self-motivation for the job? Well, you can.
On July 28, discover the importance of breaking through all those canned answers to learn the art of motivation-based interviewing (MBI), a method to identify high achievers that’s fast replacing behavior-based interviews.
Your presenter, Carol Quinn, is one of America's foremost experts on interviewing. And just for signing up, you'll receive a print copy of Carol's 225-page book, Motivation-Based Interviewing: A Revolutionary Approach to Hiring the Best, the "how-to" guide that Lee Cockerell, former executive VP of Disney World, called "the best book ever written on the topic of interviewing and hiring."
Once you learn how to separate the pretenders from the high performers, you'll never conduct an interview any other way!