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Behavioural Interviewing: Getting to What Matters

355 Church Street, Wellesley Room, Lower Level, Family Services Association of Toronto (two blocks south of College/Carlton streets near the College Street subway)



9:30 a.m to 4:30 p.m.



Hone up those interview skills and get hiring--the right folks! A natural follow-up to Hiring for Keeps, this workshop teaches how to design and conduct interviews that effectively assess job-related skills and behaviours. Featuring the video, More Than a Gut Feeling III, the session promotes in-depth learning of the most effective and well-respected approach to employment interviews. Participants will observe and discuss behavioural interviews, learn the key concepts and principles and have the opportunity to try out new skills and receive feedback. As a result of this workshop participants will be able to enhance organizational hiring effectiveness by learning

* How to structure and conduct an interview

* How to construct relevant and job-related interview questions

* How to probe for more information and to seek contrary evidence

* How to avoid the most common legal pitfalls of employment interviewing



To get the most out of this sessions, participants should first attend Hiring for Keeps, and should also come prepared to participate in extensive role-playing.



Facilitator: Linda Spence, Consultant and HR Specialist, Healthy Futures Group



Cost: $99 plus GST



Learn about our special discounts/early bird offers and view our 2003 Non-Profit Training Calendar by visiting our website (http://www.healthyfutures.ca) or call for more details: (905) 569 8474.