It’s quite common for hiring managers to ask the wrong interview questions to size up job candidates for job/culture fit and the people skills that lend to success on the job.
Whether you’re new to the practice of interviewing or not, if you’re not employing the science of behavioral interviewing in a cross-functional, panel format with scorecards and measures in place at the end of your interviewing process, you’re truly risking disaster by bringing in the wrong people.
Ask these behavioral interviewing questions to assess your future superstars.
If you want a clear edge to safeguard from those job hoppers that will deliver prepared stories or scripted answers, here’s your starter’s kit for asking questions based on two critical job attributes most companies desire: motivation/drive and the ability to communicate well.
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