Part 3 of our guidance on creating organizational hiring criteria. There's more to creating great questions for interviews. You've got to know what and who you want, and how to evaluate answers.
The state of interviewing in the professional world is, unfortunately, poor. part of that is Horstman's Christmas Rule: hiring is our most important strategic contribution, but we don't do it often enough to learn how to do it well. It takes smart thinking about what we want and how we can get it.
This Cast Answers These Questions
- How can I shape my organization's hiring strategy?
- How do I decide what questions to ask of candidates?
- How do I connect what my organization needs with our hiring process?
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