This course has been hand-selected by Udemy for the Udemy for Business (UFB) content collection - updated October 2017
Building best-in-class teams, starts with hiring the right people and the interview event is a crucial step in the hiring process.
And interview questions are a key component of the interview.
Many business owners and managers of small businesses do not possess formal training in conducting interviews, including the techniques required to formulate effective interview questions.
This course on Interview Questions will fill that need.
By the end of this course, hiring managers will be able to develop professional and effective interview questions to identify a candidate’s:
· Hard Skills
· Soft Skills
The course reveals how the job scope determines the requirements that candidates must meet, and how questions are formulated to identify these job requirements.
The course is structured such that participants need to invest only about an hour.
And by the end of this hour, they will have a bank of 18 questions which can be used “off the shelf”.
Real life examples are employed throughout the course. And the questions and sample jobs used in this course have wide applications for several industries.
This, coupled with a thorough analysis and reasoning behind the 18 questions, would enable course participants to adapt these questions to suit their particular needs.
- This is an entry level course which does not have any special requirements.
- Formulate interview questions to identify key attributes that hiring managers seek in job applicants.
- Apply the 3 goals and 3 basic types of interview questions.
- Pose effective questions to differentiate between experience and expertise in candidates.
Eric Alagan believes in lifelong learning for career, business and self-fulfillment.
He is an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer; has a Degree in Business from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia; and a Master's Degree in Logistics & Supply Chain Management from University South Australia. He is self-taught in various disciplines, published 10 books, including 5 business books, and is a bestselling author.
Eric held progressive responsibilities in various industries and along the way, he launched several successful business ventures. He last held the position of Managing Director, Far East, for a German aerospace business.
Currently, Eric is a full-time author and provides business consultancy in human resource (specializing in hiring and performance reviews).
He aims to share his knowledge and experiences, and shorten the learning curve for people looking to make their mark in business and career. He has taken many wrong turns; is a brutal self-analyst; and, as a result, has learned to accomplish tasks faster, with better quality outputs and greater cost-effectiveness. He never repeats mistakes but tries to make new ones.
His courses condense over 40 years of real-life professional and business experience.
He is a firm believer and practitioner of treating people as he wishes to be treated.