Hacks For Better Interviews: Coaching Hiring Manager

This is it. Your candidate just arrived at your office, anxiously awaiting their first meeting with your interview team. This is a culmination of weeks, sometimes months, of work with your hiring manager to formulate an effective job description that drives the right applicants followed by sourcing and narrowing down the pool to just a few people. This select group is now scheduled for interviews and soon, you’ll finally be able to close the deal and make an offer.

Or will you?

The fact is that interviews are two-way. You’re making a decision about the candidate, sure, but the candidate is judging you too. Every question your team asks is equally under scrutiny as a candidate decides if they want to pursue this role further to become part of your team. If you haven’t taken the time to train your team and hook them up with the right interview tools, you’re putting all that hard work at risk in this most critical juncture.  But there’s something you can do.

Watch this on-demand webinar to learn how they’ve avoided this potential land mine and the tactics and tools they’ve used to develop their hiring teams into all-star interviewers.

You’ll learn…

  • Key strategies for building your own interview training program,
  • Questions you should teach teams to ask, regardless of the role,
  • How to more effectively share post-interview information and make hiring decisions
  • Interview tools that can speed up time to fill
  • And more!


Samantha Ziolkowski, Talent Acquisition Specialist, Johnson Controls
She spearheaded national sales sourcing efforts for the organization, building a healthy pipeline to continually tap for future needs.
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Pete Radloff, Principal Tech Recruiter, comScore
Principal Tech Recruiter @comScore & Lead Consultant @exaqueo. VP @recruitDC. Pizza & Bagel snob, #isles fan & Believer in Karma.
Twitter: @pjradloff
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