One of the major responsibilities of recruiters is to interview job candidates. Yet rarely are they formally trained or evaluated on this skill. And job interviews are notorious for not predicting whether a candidate is equipped to be successful in a job- research suggests most organizations would have better luck choosing whom to hire by flipping a coin. It should be simple to conclude that to improve the hiring process at an organization, the interview, and therefore by extension the interviewer, should be improved.
Easier said than done, right? Recruiters and hiring managers alike are victims of their own hubris- have you ever met one who said they didn't think they were good at interviewing? The first step is to objectively identify one's own weaknesses. The next is attend this webcast, where we'll cover the top 10 skills needed to be a good interviewer.