Hiring Managers Aren't Fluent In Interviewing

The interview is a culmination of efforts, not the kick off. It’s a result of the hiring team’s hard work, patience and persistence. It’s a key step toward making a hire and closing that req. And, for some reason, we throw interviewers and hiring managers in with 0 training.

The fact is that interviews are two-way. You’re making a decision about the candidate, sure, but the candidate is judging you too. Every question your team asks is equally under scrutiny as a candidate decides if they want to pursue this role further to become part of your team.

If you haven’t taken the time to train your team and hook them up with the right interview tools, you’re putting all that hard work at risk in this most critical juncture. But there’s something you can do, thanks to our sponsor Montage.

You can join our esteemed panel of recruiting leaders including companies like Johnson Controls and comScore to learn how they’ve coached their teams to avoid this potential land mine, plus the specific tactics and tools they’ve used.

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Hacks For Better Interviews: Coaching Hiring Manager


January 24th, 2017


2:00 PM Eastern

You’ll learn…

  • Key strategies for building your own interview training program,

  • Questions you should teach teams to ask, regardless of the role,

  • How to more effectively share post-interview information and make hiring decisions

  • Interview tools that can speed up time to fill

  • And more!

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