INTERVIEW TRAINING: Ask Better Questions, Hire Better People
If you want to improve your hiring accuracy or transform the way your company interviews talent, this course is for you.
12 reviews for INTERVIEW TRAINING: Ask Better Questions, Hire Better People
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Jeffrey Rommel Lacatan –
I have finished the course, but it is not reflecting that I have finished the course. There are no buttons indicating how to finish the course according to the business rules of the website on how it would be marked as completed.
EDIT: After 4 hours of checking, I have found the cause. It was because Slides 19 and 20 were interchanged. Lesson ends at Slide 19 when it should have been Slide 20 and it was located in the previous slide. I hate how this course is designed, taking away 4 hours of my life trying to figure it out how to finish this course.
Marika Humphreys –
I reviewed lots of courses on this topic and most are crazy boring or just don’t quite have the depth needed in a shorter time frame. This course definitely hit the mark. It’s inciteful, interesting to watch, and includes great information. I would definitely recommend it.
Whitney Sperloen –
This course was packed with practical information presented in a succinct manner with great examples. I think it could use an update since it was last updated in January 2017, and the presenter was also biased towards Google. There are other companies and organizations doing research on interviewing, and presenting some diverse views would result in a more unbiased course.
Nosipho Ngcobo –
Amazing content! Learned a lot on how to improve my interviewing skills and also learned the importance of focusing on the value that the hired individual will bring into the organization and make recruitment decisions that are cost effective.
Evangelia Kousathana –
This course went into good detail about what to ask in interviews, the resources and examples were also of great help.
Brian Nguyen –
This course is a well-organized and thoughtful approach that walks the interviewer through the interview process to hire the best candidate. The probing technique is a great tool, especially for conducting a technical interview to get more insights about the candidate. This course covers all the key elements that can help the interviewer select the best company talents.
I suggest that all hiring managers or recruitment professionals take this course to enhance their hiring experiences. The course can be more interesting if it includes a live interview session to make the learning more interactive. Great work, James.
Sasi kumar –
The course gives a framework for conducting interviews and includes tips for avoiding errors and creating a better interview experience for the candidate while picking the most qualified applicant.
I see room for improvement in the area of technical evaluations as the course does not expressly address probing during technical discussions.
Ephraim Mmatli –
The course was detailed and presented in the write pace for me grasp the information. I will practice the lesson learned in order to improve my hiring skill.
Caleb Bontrager –
Changed my approach to interviews. It allowed me to level up my team and peers to interview better as well.
Shirley Brzeski –
Yes, though some of the references are purely for USA – they have comparable alternatives in UK
Judy Lascano –
I enjoyed this course, it mentioned deep insight that will benefit on hiring candidates for long-term positions.
Balaji Kiran Botu –
Very Informative and especially on probing questions. I have learned more on this