An Introduction to Behavioral Interviewing

The premise for behavioral interviewing is based on a proven theory that “a person’s past behavior is the best predictor of his or her future performance in similar circumstances.” In other words, a candidate’s actual behavior and choices in situations faced in the past will give a good indication of behavior and choices they likely will make in the future.

The key to successful assessment, however, lies in the ability of an organization to identify essential competencies needed to perform within that organization and to recognize when a candidate is demonstrating those competencies. Behavioral interviewing, when approached properly, allows you to make those matches in a thorough and unbiased way.

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