Preparing Candidates for Situational-Behavioral Interviews: A Counterintuitive Approach

Apr 26,
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The piece discusses the unconventional method of preparing candidates for situational behavioural interviews. It emphasizes on providing applicants with detailed interview-process information, which includes revealing evaluation criteria, potential questions, and highly valued answers in advance. By reducing the initial 'stress' and 'fear of unknown', the hiring organization can gain a better understanding of how a candidate might perform under favorable conditions. This seemingly counterintuitive method boosts the candidate's chance to display their maximum performance, effectively and accurately evaluating their potential.