Have you ever had an idea or theory that went against prevailing wisdom, but you knew it would work, anyway? This is one of those ideas!
Today’s idea is sharing the bulk of your planned interview questions with the candidate in advance (i.e., when the interview is scheduled) — instead of springing questions on them under the “hot lights” of the interview setting. The goal is to put the candidate in a position to tell you the most relevant information about their skills — avoiding a game of “gotcha” where the most quick-witted (but not necessarily most skilled) candidates beat out the reticent (but possibly more qualified) candidates every time.
Is “Only Extraverts Need Apply” A Good Plan? (No).
My good friend and colleague, Bill, is fond of saying, “We stand from where we sit.” I’m not sure if this is really a southern expression or just something he made up —…
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