You get what you measure with your questions” – Interviews have been proven to be a functioning recruiting tool, but only when used correctly. The essential thing is to focus your attention on relevant task-related matters and to formulate your questions in a smart way — do not ask irrelevant or unlawful questions.
The quality and validity of recruitment decisions increase through trained interviewers. An interview that follows legislation and good practice guarantees equal treatment for applicants. At the same time, the risk of an expensive erroneous recruitment decreases significantly.
Our coaching provides efficient and systematic ways for implementing interviews. Our tools are easy to utilise and support managers as they prepare for interviews. Recognise the most typical evaluation mistakes and pitfalls in interviews.
Our coaching standardises managers’ interview-related competence level—even the most experienced recruiters benefit by receiving a new point of view to, for example, interview techniques and decision-making.
The coaches’ hard-core expertise was evident; I especially remember the sections on how to operate in a recruitment situation, personal preparation and being genuinely present. In general, as I have been a manager for more than 30 years, the different methods of implementing recruitments were highlighted nicely. I liked it. :)
Coaching is tailored on a case-by-case basis to correspond to an organisation’s needs and participants’ skill level. The coaching can be implemented, for example, as a targeted half-day coaching or divided over several days, which gives more time for interview exercises. Participants receive a preliminary exercise that orientates them for the coaching. The coaches are experienced psychologist consultants from Cresco.
Training new managers on interview techniques; support and tools for managers who do not yet have interview experience.
Sparring and new ideas for more experienced managers to strengthen their interview skills.
Support for strengthening interview skills and creating high-quality methods on a general level in the organisation.