Interviewing Skills For Managers Course in Singapore
Interviewing Skills For Managers Course in Singapore
Having skills in interviewing will help managers uncover more than just the bare minimum of information from the interviewee. The interviewers must know how to use body language to its full advantage. They should possess eloquence in asking the right questions without coming out too strong or too offensive.
This Interviewing Skills For Managers workshop is ideal for anyone who would like to gain a strong grasp and improve their Interviewing Skills For Managers.
All Staff Within An Organisation
The ideal group size for this Interviewing Skills For Managers course is:
Minimum: 5 Participants
Maximum: 15 Participants
The duration of this Interviewing Skills For Managers workshop is 2 full days. Knowles Training Institute will also be able to contextualised this workshop according to different durations; 3 full days, 1 day, half day, 90 minutes and 60 minutes.
2 Full Days
9 a.m to 5 p.m
Below is the list of course benefits of our Interviewing Skills For Managers course
- Manage the recruitment process more effectively for an easier process in future recruitments
- Interview candidates with confidence to avoid them intimidating or undermining you as a recruiter/interviewer
- Get the right person for the job because the whole recruitment process is precise and functional enough
- Avoid the most common interviewing mistakes and apply changes to never make them in the future
- Apply behavioral-based interview techniques to make better hiring decisions and hire the best employees
- Avoid breaking employment laws during the interview process by equipping yourself with the knowledge needed
- Use techniques for interviewing that uncover a candidate’s work attitude and break down their defense mechanisms
- Develop and ask great interview questions to uncover a candidate’s real skills and capabilities that may be of use for the company in the future
- Learn how to present company to candidates that leaves them positive about the company
- Apply a step-by-step interview plan to ensure success with the hiring pool and make better hiring judgments
- Follow human resource processes to avoid any form of discrimination and/or conflict
- Document the interview by focusing on descriptions and facts, not judgments and opinions
Below is the list of course objectives of our Interviewing Skills For Managers course
- Describe what one needs to achieve success when being interviewed for a job that one really wants to be accepted in
- Identify the candidate who best fits the needs of the job, the department and the organization
- Understand the laws that apply to the interview process and equip yourself with knowledge to get ahead but also abide by the process
- Write an effective and clear advert for websites, job sites, and social media to attract the right people for the job
- Understand how to structure questions that find out the right kind of information about the applicants to gain adequate knowledge about them
- Recognize the importance of carrying out skills tests for all job roles to really know who the right and worthy candidates are
- Recognize the importance of hiring for attitude because skills can still be developed but attitude is something that cannot be changed easily
- Understand how to evaluate candidates and make the right decision to avoid wasting company time in the hiring and recruitment process
- Understand how to extend an offer as well as politely reject the wrong people
- Understand how to make the disciplinary and dismissal process fair and legal to everyone who applied
- Gain insight into making exit, performance, and return to work interviews productively and appropriately
- Turn the process into a well-conceived and executed managerial decision that the company will benefit from in the future
Below is the list of course content of our Interviewing Skills For Managers training course
- Understanding the need for job analysis, a process to identify and determine in detail the particular job duties and requirements and the relative importance of these duties for a given job
- Defining essential functions and hiring criteria to inform candidates on what the company is really looking for
- Your managerial and recruitment responsibilities before and during the interview that would make the whole process more cohesive
- Know how to avoid charges of intentional or unintentional discrimination by being fair and neutral during the whole recruitment process
- Building rapport with the candidate and omit the possibility of having an awkward exchange
- Asking the right questions to really get the answers that you want out of the candidate who is also a future employee of the company
- Being fair and transparent to avoid any confusion and/or miscommunication with the applicants
- Using all the various types of questions to get past a reluctant candidate’s defense mechanisms
- Body language is the process of communicating nonverbally through conscious or unconscious gestures and movements
- Active listening is fully concentrating on what is being said rather than just passively ‘hearing’ the message of the speaker.
- Warning signs that tell you the candidate is not what you are looking for to avoid hiring the wrong ones for your company
- Selecting the right person for the job – evaluating and comparing worthy candidates
Each participant will receive the following materials for the Interviewing Skills For Managers course
Interviewing Skills For Managers Learner’s Guide
Interviewing Skills For Managers Key Takeaways Notes
Interviewing Skills For Managers Essentials Ebook
Interviewing Skills For Managers Course Handouts
Interviewing Skills For Managers 30-Day Action Plan
Interviewing Skills For Managers MindMaps Pack
Interviewing Skills For Managers PPT Slides Used During Course
Interviewing Skills For Managers Long-Term Memory Flashcards Pack
Interviewing Skills For Managers E-Learning Course
Interviewing Skills For Managers Online Video Course
Interviewing Skills For Managers Essentials Audiobook
Interviewing Skills For Managers Infographics Pack
Each course participant will receive a certification of training completion
There are 3 pricing options available for this Interviewing Skills For Managers training course. Course participants not in Singapore may choose to sign up for our online Interviewing Skills For Managers training course.
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Tips for improving interview skills as a hiring manager:
- Do research, as there is a possibility the interviewees conducted their research on your company.
- Have appropriate body language.
- Be a great listener.
- Study how to answer follow-up questions.
- Have fun.
- Thank the interviewee.
Remember these key pointers when preparing for a Management interview.
- Concentrate on Leadership.
- Learn the Company’s Needs.
- Tailor Your Expertise.
- Provide Many Examples.
- Energy and Enthusiasm.
- Ask Relevant, Well Prepared Questions.
- Conclude the Interview.
Here are eight interview skills that will help secure a job position.
- Do background research.
- Be polite to everyone.
- Watch body language.
- Mind the words spoken.
- Review resume.
- Prepare for standard questions.
- Prepare wardrobe.
- Prepare questions.
Here are some questions to ask in an interview:
- What are you most passionate about in your job?
- What is one most significant challenge facing the company/department today?
- What skills and experiences would make an ideal candidate?
- What does victory look like here?
- What is the company’s strategy to address failure?
- What is your management style?
The top eight skills that graduate recruiters look for:
- Commercial knowledge (or business acumen) – Knowing how business and industry operates and what makes the company thrive.
- Negotiation and persuasion.
- Perseverance and motivation.
There are three kinds of interviews: structured interviews, semi-structured interviews, and unstructured interviews. Unstructured interviews are those that take place with few interview questions – the interviewer does not have a fixed set of questions, making the interview more ‘casual’.
Here are the five Best Questions to Ask an Interviewer:
- What does the company expect from team members in this position?
- Will these expectations change over time?
- What is a typical day like at this company?
- Where will the company be in five years?
- What are the next stages in the interview process?
Here are the four best Questions one should Ask An Interviewer:
- What are the daily jobs and responsibilities of this role?
- What are the company’s values?
- What is the most enjoyable part about working at this company?
- What does success look like in this position, and how to measure it?
Remember that the team comprises of individuals who strive to reach their own goals as well as the team’s goals. Good managers must meet each team member to discover strengths and discuss how to work on weaknesses.
The STAR method is a structured method of answering to a behavioural-based interview question by examining the specific circumstance and resulting action to take with regards to the described situation.
Here are four things one should consider incorporating into an interview training:
- Interviewing as a whole subject. It is always a good idea to meet the fundamentals of interviewing so that each interviewer has identical foundational knowledge.
- Forbidden interview questions.
- Unconscious bias training.
- Candidate experience training.
There is typically a maximum of three interviewers for a candidate. This guidance is to let the candidate be at ease as they can make eye contact with each interviewer, allowing the interviewers to ascertain better if the candidate is suitable or not.
Here are eight Things one Should not Do on a Job Interview
- Have no knowledge about the company. Knowing the background of a company takes only a few minutes on the internet.
- Discussing remuneration too soon.
- Be Late (or Worse, Too Early)
- Forget Copies of Resume.
- Trash a Previous Employer.
- Lack of Enthusiasm.
- Forget to Ask Questions.
- Talk Too Much.
Four tips to make hiring managers better interviewers:
- Interview training. This tip is obvious and most effective.
- Create standard forms and processes.
- Provide scripted behavioural interview questions.
- Probe the interviewee to understand him or her better.
7 Tips on How to Interview Better
- Always Be Prepared – very important
- Rehearse Less (Avoid sounding mechanical)
- Be Extra Prepared for Phone Interviews.
- Treat Freelance Interviews like you are interviewing for a Perm job.
- Ask Follow Up Questions.
- Send a Thank You Note
- Above All, Be Honest, Be Oneself.
Choose upon participants’ roles within the panel. Study the position description before interviewing; it includes information such as preferred qualifications, job functions, and working conditions. Develop a selection matrix if desired and job-related interview questions for each interviewee.
Here is a definitive list of the most commonly asked interview questions:
- Tell me about yourself.
- What are your weaknesses?
- Why should we choose you for this job?
- What are your hobbies outside of work?
- Where do you see yourself in five years’ time?
- Why are you leaving your current position?
- What are you main strengths?
Quick Tips for Impressing the Interviewer:
- Wear appropriate interview attire.
- Avoid going into the interview without knowing anything.
- Get the inside scoop.
- Review the job posting.
- Check out the interviewer on LinkedIn.
- Go light on the perfume.
- Avoid moist palms.
Here are the most common interview mistakes people make:
- Arriving late.
- Looking messy or unpolished.
- Not bringing a resume.
- Showing low energy.
- Focusing too much on themselves.
- Being unprepared.
- Not having any questions.
Interviews are broken down into these five stages of the interview process:
- Small Talk.
- Knowledge Gathering.