Behavior-Based Interviewing: An Interactive Experience
“The most accurate predictor of future performance is past performance in a similar situation.” This statement is the premise behind behavior interviewing, an interviewing technique created in the 1970’s by industrial psychologists. This style of interview is becoming popular with employers, and it can be a challenging experience, even for seasoned HR interviewees. What is the best way to prepare for a behavioral interview? How can you get ready to explain what you did and why during a job interview, especially when you don’t know exactly what questions will come your way? This presentation will take us on an interactive journey to prepare to confront these questions the right way.
Jennifer Kramer, MS, PHR, Human Resource Consultant, Sikich
Jennifer has more than 12 years of experience in operations supporting multi-state for- profit and non-profit organizations. She has expertise in project management, organizational development programs, training and development, performance management, employee and client relations, policies and procedures and conflict resolution. Consistently recognized as an innovative, results-oriented and effective leader, Jennifer builds team support by encouraging others to perform and achieve strategic business goals.
She holds a Master of Science in Management and Organizational Behavior from Benedictine University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame.
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