Tom Janz
  • 69, Male
  • Vallejo, CA
  • United States
  • Global Human Asset Systems, LLC
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At 5:11pm on September 21, 2009, Randy Levinson said…
Tom, again thanks for our repspose to my post. As I may have mentioned to you, I Think many people I have worked with or interviewed with learned how to behavioral interview in the same way many appproach learning about the Atkin's diet. They read the first few steps and believe they've got the whole picture. So my slam was not on behavioral interviewing in it's true form (I misspoke whe I claimed that an interviewer might be using "too literally" when what I really meant to say is "more robotically", or without knowing what their outcome is really suppossed to be.) but rather on many people who do not use those techniques appropriately or effectively. Thanks again for your thoughtful comment.
 
 
 

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