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Replacing the traditional panel interview with an effective team interview has a lot of advantages.
Imagine what would happen if corporate methods of assessing candidates were adopted by Olympic judges.
Selecting the right candidate takes time, but if it’s too drawn out, an organization risks losing qualified applicants.
If you think you've experienced some bad meetings, consider the unorganized discussions of candidates that can sometimes take place at the end of an interview schedule.
In a fast-paced, technology-driven workplace, it's not enough for employees to know their stuff. They also have to be quick learners who can easily assimilate new information and then use it in fresh and unexpected ways.
We believe in interviewing the old-fashioned way. Each interviewer learns as much as possible about every candidate. All interviewers elicit a wide range of competencies that reveal strengths and limitations, and they look for repeated patterns of both.
A sign we see in the maturity of a work team once it is trained in interviewing skills is a willingness to delegate the selection process to some members of the team and not require that a prospective candidate be interviewed by every single member.