Author: Andrew Barks
How to conduct a one-on-one interview: Advantages, questions to ask, and traits to look for
When it comes time for the one-one-one interview, you’ll want to narrow your focus with the interviewee. That means knowing what behavioral traits you’re looking for in the role, what questions to prioritize, and how to read the body language of the job seeker.
CEOs say this is their No. 1 challenge heading into 2021.
Remote work is complex—you don’t need nuanced behavioral data to understand that. But when you start to apply behavioral learnings, and think about how a virtual workplace might affect your people differently, you can begin to unpack the challenge.