Getting Answers to Questions You Can't Ask: A Fresh Look at Interviewing
Tuesday | July 24 | 2012 | 5:45 pm - 8:30 PM
Buckingham Ballroom, 3rd Floor
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Although there is no one right way to interview, all successful interviews have this in common: They create situations in which information can be exchanged easily, evaluated fairly, and communicated clearly. Selection interviews give you a unique opportunity to obtain information about an applicant that is either impossible or impractical to get any other way. How you use the interviews becomes critical to your success in selecting your top candidates. This workshop will help you build an effective interview process, learn the latest techniques, and improve your skills. You will be introduced to the S.E.L.E.C.T. interviewing model, practice your skills, and discuss ways to enhance your process.
John B. Molidor, Assistant Dean and Professor, CEO and President, Michigan State University,
College of Human Medicine, Flint Campus