The Three-Dimensional Interview: Evaluating for Capability, Commitment and Chemistry™
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The Three-Dimensional Interview: Evaluating for Capability, Commitment and Chemistry™

30 - 45 minutes Level: Intermediate

Typically, interviewers look for someone with excellent academic qualifications, the proper skills for the job, and someone who is committed to achieve the objectives of the organization. An interview should assess three important faces including capability, commitment, and chemistry.

Target Audience: Managers / Supervisors
Language: English

Features

  • Audio Narration (Male)
  • Inline Quizzes
  • Video
  • Accessible / 508 Compliant
  • Post-Assessment

Learning Objectives

  • Identify three key types of interview questions and when to use them as well as create appropriate and legal questions based on the specific job requirements and the "three-dimensional candidate profile".
  • Conduct a consistent, structured interview that effectively evaluates for capability, commitment and chemistry.
  • Provide candidates with an accurate picture of the job and organizational culture.
  • Avoid some of the most common legal issues associated with interviewing.
  • Evaluate candidates fairly and objectively.

Description

Interviewers aim to recruit the best employees. Typically, interviewers look for someone with excellent academic qualifications, the proper skills for the job, and someone who is committed to achieve the objectives of the organization. It is important to structure the interview in such a way that it will capture all the required details. Thus, an interview should assess three important faces including capability, commitment, and chemistry.

The three dimensional interview plan is not only targeted at the human resource staff but also at the candidates. It gives them an idea of what the job entails and the culture of the organization. Eliminate the legal issues associated with interviewing Conduct a fair and an objective virtual interview with each candidate regardless of their race, sex or other affiliations. The Three-Dimensional Interview Evaluating for Capability, Commitment and Chemistry Course can change the way human resource department conducts its interviews. It can also ensure that they get the best people on board to perform various roles. The three-dimensional interview plan is a comprehensive tool for assessing candidates.

Industry Settings

  • Industrial & Manufacturing
  • Office & General

Diversity Profile

  • Caucasian(s)
  • Asian(s)
  • African American(s)
  • Middle-Eastern(s)
  • Various Ages
  • Male Narrator


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