Too many of us wait
to do the perfect thing,
with the result we do
nothing. The way to get
ahead is to start now.
The William Feather Magazine
Interview training for employers
Getting the right person for any job is crucial to avoid making expensive mistakes. Because getting it wrong isn't just a waste of recruitment resources; the knock on effect in terms of training and productivity costs can be huge if you are wasting them on the wrong person for your company.
If clients are not experienced interviewers, the meeting can be as nerve-wracking for them as it can be for the interviewee, and not very effective. Our aim is to show you how an interview can be an enjoyable exchange, whilst still being in a position to identify the most suitable candidate for your vacancy.
Ultimately the right recruitment decision will add positively to your bottom line, so it is important to get it right.
What can we do for you?
- Help you design a competency-based interview process
- Help you produce effective job descriptions/people profiles
- Work with you to structure your meeting and refine your questioning technique
- Train individuals or groups of people on interview skills with short, sharp intervention techniques
- Join you on an interview panel to help you choose the right person for your company
Interview training for interviewees
The way we see it, an interview is an opportunity to maximize an individual's potential in a formal meeting.
To achieve this, we work with you to identify your strengths and enable you to demonstrate your suitability for a role, beyond the initial meeting.
More precisely, we can:
- Help with your CV to ensure it highlights the most important areas and looks appealing to the reader
- Help you overcome your nerves and actually enjoy meeting prospective employers
- Demonstrate how to 'showcase' yourself in the most positive way
- Help you to identify and articulate what your main strengths are
- Teach you how to tailor the interview to suit your needs
All with the ultimate aim of getting that elusive job offer. Once you have that offer, you are the one that's in control.
As above, but focusing solely on getting your CV fighting fit and ready to impress potential employers.