There may be several good reasons why most managers dread interviewing prospective employees. The risks of being fooled into hiring the wrong person or stepping on a potential legal landmine in the interviewing process can outweigh the excitement of finding the right person and taking their team to a new level.
MANAGER MOMENTS: Interviewing and Termination Do's and Don'ts is designed to deliver short blasts of practical wisdom to busy professionals on everyday management challenges. Related topics are grouped into bite-sized programs which engage viewers with professionally acted, real world role-plays. An amiable host helps reinforce the learning blasts with memorable graphics throughout, as well as closing with a quick training review.
This Series of 6 "How To" Videos includes:
How to Interview for Attitude
More than anything else, an employees attitude determines their success or failure. This program helps interviewers probe for successful attitudes, uncover attitude red flags, and ask follow-up questions to confirm the right candidate to hire.
How to Interview Without Bias
Bias is not always negative, it simply means we have an inclination toward some things and away from others. This program teaches interviewers how to become aware of their own inclinations and then use the right questions to bring balance, fairness and objectivity to every job candidate.
How to Interview to Predict Performance
Would you re-hire all of your employees? Predicting the exact future is impossible, but predicting an employees future performance based upon their past performance can be easier than you think. This program teaches interviewers to do just that, by asking the right kind of questions.
Terminating for Poor Performance
When an employees repeated poor performance is cause for termination the meeting is about nothing but that, short and to the point, the time for reviewing, assessing, and discussing performance is past. This program helps managers keep on track and make this unpleasant task as quick and painless as possible.
Termination Do's and Don'ts
It is impossible to make employee termination anything other than what it is... a bad day for all concerned. This program lays out a path for managers to follow, to make the meeting as smooth as possible while avoiding potential termination land mines.
What Is Sexual Harassment
As a manager, you are responsible to be aware of, and address any issues of sexual harassment within your team, so you need to be armed with good information. This program is designed to clearly define what sexual harassment is and give you candid, helpful guidelines to prevent it from sabotaging the success of your team.
Whether the goal is to interview for attitude, set aside their own bias, predict future performance or just keep questions on a legally safe path, this collection of brand new programs this designed to provide managers with the planning and preparation tools they need to substitute dread and anxiety with focus and excitement.