Isn’t recruitment all about hiring people? It is. Yet, anyone who thinks it is about just this much is missing the soul of the process: recruitment is about hiring the RIGHT people. So, what goes into picking the right candidates? How do organizations pick up people that fit the bill perfectly and go on to become star performers instead of becoming lackadaisical performers who underperform and affect the bottom-line?
Is it about just visiting jobsites, shortlisting profiles, phoning them to come over for an interview and rolling out the offer letter? These are steps in the recruitment process alright, but only mere tasks. The essence of the right recruitment process is in how to do all these, plus much more, rightly.
Smart recruitment is adapting a series of specific interviewing principles adapting the right technique, which will go a long way in absorbing the best talent that is available in the job market into the organization. This is the foundation to hiring the best fit for the organization, the direct result of which is a high-performing asset for the organization.
A webinar from TrainHR, a leading provider of professional training for the human resources areas, will offer highly valuable understanding of how to adapt smart recruitment into the organization, which will result in the positives it brings. Marcia Zidle, the CEO of Leaders At All Levels, will be the expert at this webinar.
Please visit https://www.trainhr.com/webinar/smart-recruitment:-how-to-attract,-interview-and-hire-the-best-candidates–702504LIVE to enroll for this July 30 webinar, which is going to add tremendous value to personnel who are involved in and have major stakes in recruiting candidates, such as CEO’s, COO’s, VP of Human Resources, Human Resource Professionals, Chief Learning Officer, Directors, Project Managers, Operation Managers and Supervisors, Team Leaders, and Staff Managers and Supervisors.
The core purpose an interview process should serve is in helping to determine if the right match exists between the individual and the position she is going to fill. Marcia will show how to put a process in place, which will allow the organization to gauge the applicant’s behavior, values, motivations, and qualifications. In essence, the objective of smart interviewing is hiring the right people, at the right time, with the right skills, for the right position.
She will show what steps to adapt towards accomplishing this critical purpose of smart interviewing. These include:
- Fine-tuning the shopping list
- Focusing on behavioral interviewing
- Developing questions to asses KSA’s
- Using a rating scale & guide
- Making a good hiring decision.
At this hour-long session, Marcia will cover the following areas:
- Identify your interviewing style: The pro’s and con’s and how to be more effective
- Create behavioral interview questions that go beyond the resume to assess a candidate’s capabilities
- Develop a position profile – A multi-functional job description tool for recruitment, performance reviews and succession planning
- Produce an interviewing guide with key questions and tips to ensure hiring the right person for the position
- Ask the right questions to get applicants to speak openly while avoiding inappropriate and illegal questions
- Make the interview count by avoiding the 7 top mistakes that hiring managers and recruiters make – even experienced ones
- Develop selection criteria and rating system to ensure that your organization will not hire round pegs to fit into square holes
About the speaker: A board certified executive coach, Marcia works with executives, management teams and high potential professionals. Marcia is the author of “The Effective Manager: What Really Works” handbooks and “Career Savvy: Life Preservers for Today’s Rough Seas and Tomorrow’s Raging Waters”.
She is the host of The Business Edge, a weekly internet radio show on the business channel of Voice America Media, giving practical advice to executives and managers on how to take their company, firm or practice to that next level with less stress and more success.