Behavioral Interviewing and Hiring
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Behavioral Interviewing and Hiring

Learn techniques to evaluate a candidate's experiences and behaviors to determine their fit and potential for success in a given role.

 Export to Your Calendar 4/12/2017
When: Wednesday, April 12
9 AM - 12 PM
Where: NAM Training Room
11205 Wright Cir
Ste 210
Omaha 68144
United States
Contact: Dan Walsh
402.557.5800 ext 4#


Online registration is available until: 4/12/2017
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Behavioral Interviewing and Hiring

Date/Time:

Wednesday, April 12, 9 AM - 12 PM

Cost:

NAM Members: $35 | Non-yet-members: $70

Description:

No decision is more crucial to the success of an organization than the people they hire.  Behavioral-based interviews provide a hiring manager an objective set of facts to use when making employment decisions.  

Attendees will learn how to:

  • Identify a candidate’s job-related experiences, behaviors, knowledge, skills, and abilities that are desirable in a particular position and determine the candidate’s potential for success.
  • Structure pointed questions to elicit detailed responses intended to determine if the candidate possesses the characteristics you’re looking for.
  • Define the desired qualities in a candidate and understand how to differentiate those from a candidate’s skills.
  • Use a structured vs. unstructured interview process. 
  • Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of common interviewing and hiring practices.
  • Consider federal and state law to mitigate risk during the interview process.
  • Determine the appropriate scenarios in which to use both behavioral-based and situation-based interview questions.
  • Analyze responses to behavior-based interview questions to make informed hiring decisions.

Attend if you:

  • Are involved in the hiring or interviewing of new employees.
  • Have made bad hires, even when you were certain the person was right.
  • Are looking to limit employee turnover.

About the trainer:

Sue Lipsey, MS, is the Director of Curriculum and Assessment for Partnership 4 Kids where her responsibilities include professional development for the P4K staff. Prior to working in the nonprofit world, Sue managed corporate training programs at companies including EchoStar Technologies in Denver, SunTrust Bank in Atlanta, and Microsoft Europe with its headquarters in Dublin, Ireland. Sue attended Creighton University, the University of Nebraska Lincoln, and the University of Nebraska at Omaha earning a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and a master’s degree in Educational Administration.  Sue’s passions include both spending time with her family and traveling. She has spent time exploring India and Europe and plans to explore more of the globe.