Most managers in our companies use a behavioral interviewing format in a group panel interview setting. Learn what to expect so you’ll effectively demonstrate your capabilities.
A behavioral interview is based on the premise that the best predictor of future behavior is past behavior. Behavioral interviews generally last anywhere from 60 to 90 minutes.
A panel setting is simply an interview that is conducted simultaneously with several (usually three to five) individuals who have an interest in the hiring decision.
Hiring managers prepare for behavioral interviews by identifying the necessary areas of competence required for the job. They then ask questions designed to elicit SPECIFIC EXAMPLES from you to learn how you’ve used these skills. All applicants applying for the job will be asked the same or substantially similar questions.
In general, our hiring managers want to know how well candidates have…
- worked with other people,
- handled tough problems and challenges and
- performed in leadership roles.
They are also keenly interested in learning about job-specific professional and technical abilities and, of course, the extent to which candidate values match up with company values
To learn more download our Interview Preparation.pdf
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