More often than not, new supervisors think “time in grade” equates to “quality” in applicants. But before long, they realize the applicant may have done the work for years but still hasn’t mastered the competencies needed to do the job well. This four-hour class highlights behavioral and technical competencies and presents a variety of interviewing techniques and assessments that ascertain whether or not an applicant will be successful in the job and the organization.
- Identify and articulate the behavioral or technical competencies needed for success in any of his/her direct report positions
- Execute a variety of “tests” to flush out whether the applicant has a high probability of success
- Understand the value of and execute informative references
- Clearly articulate to non-selected applicants why they were not selected
Attendees have the option of attending in-person or via web/video conference. If interested in attending via web/video conference, please contact us at 907-677-5532.