A wide variety of behavioural and situational interview scenarios are provided to enable viewers to critique each one and discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the interviewers' approach. There are 18 trigger scenarios grouped for ease of use, accompanied by an excellent set of key learning points and observer questions in the workbook.
The body language and tone of interviewers have a big impact on job applicants. Find out the five best ways to build rapport and ensure you put your applicants at ease. Learn about providing encouragement, explaining positively and how to invite and respond well to questions.
Cam and James are school-leavers who have been successful with their online cadetship applications, but did not expect to walk into such a large interview panel with a minefield of questions. See them struggle through a barrage of scenario questions.
Young job seekers will smile at the 12 classic mistakes made by Tasha, Kirra and Charlotte. See how they overcome their lack of experience and turn their interview performances into success by showing enthusiasm and initiative.
New technologies, the ever-increasing speed of information flow, and growing global competititon are transforming the way we work. Specific job descriptions and rigid hierarchies are being replaced by work based on teams and projects and the increased use of contractual and freelance workers
Five very different applicants are thrown into a group interview in an assessment centre with on the spot performance challenges. Hear the panel of five assessors compare the performances of Mat, Anna, Sally, Stu and Dustin. Learn more about what to expect and how to present.
Learn more about interview panels and how to prepare for an interview so each panelist is ready to perform well. Find out the essential DOs and DON'Ts for an effective panel interview and the benefits of having varied opinions to make a quality decision.
Learn 11 strategies for developing a positive attitude for interviews. Use positive scripts to build confidence and overcome anxiety. See the benefit of coaching and find out how dressing for success and using positive body language will always give you an edge.
Questions can be powerful when used appropriately. Find out about the use of open and closed questions and learn how to use situational, behavioural interviewing and probing questions. Find out which questions are problematic and should be avoided.
Role plays and work tests can be very effective in choosing the right applicant. Find out about work tests and how to use role plays successfully. Natalie manages a call centre and is recruiting new staff. She uses role play scenarios to compare the four applicants and provides a useful review of how each applicant performed.
There are lots of ways you can show your enthusiasm and confidence - even walking in off the street, or lacking experience. Be proactive, know about the business, show interest, provide examples and remember to ask great questions. This program covers 20 practical tips.
Asks: why are we either overworked, underworked or out of work and why are so many of us constantly running out of time? Featuring Stewart Brand, Paul Hawken, Matthew Fox, "El Vez" the Mexican Elvis among others.