Interviewing for Engagement: Aligning Career Goals with Business Goals
What is an engaged employee? The easy answer: someone who wants to be in their job. Engaged employees are motivated, innovative team players who will add to your bottom line just by being themselves. When you hire new employees, it is vital to identify what motivates the new recruit and to begin the conversation during the recruiting process. Your managers can improve their interviewing skills by learning how to probe for skill fit, culture fit, and fit with a candidate’s career aspirations. Interviewing and hiring can be stressful because your organization has a lot riding on those new hires, you can reduce stress with a training from Purposeful Hire.
The Purposeful Hire training program, Interview Training for Hiring Managers, takes advantage of an employee-centric interviewing model that carefully balances the business goals of the employer with the career goals of the new recruit. When your managers understand the implications of their interviewing and hiring choices, they will be in a much better position to set expectations appropriately and hire candidates who will be a great fit with your organization.
Give your managers the support they deserve with an Interview Training for Hiring Managers program from Purposeful Hire and reap the benefits for years to come.
In this interview training session your hiring managers will learn:
- The evolution of hiring: it’s not your grandfather’s interview!
- How to develop job specifications with your engaged employee in mind
- Creating an irresistible interview culture that attracts your candidate of choice
- Onboarding for innovation: drawing out your new hire’s ingenuity from day one
Bottom line: if you take care of your employees, they’ll take care of your business. But, of course, they have to understand what kind of candidate would be a great fit for the position and they have to be hired. Give your managers interview training that will make all the difference as they find the right people for the right positions.