Interviewing is often hectic as well as stressful. Since you have the responsibility to bring the right candidate to perform the specific task. The person who takes the interview must go through lots of documentation, cross-checking, and verifying the candidate’s authentication.
Of course, it comes under the Human resource department. When you sit & ask bombarding your question on the candidate, regarding specific topics, or qualifications, experiences, or anything related to the job’s position.
There is the wrong way of interviewing candidates where many of us, just want to grill the candidates but not putting your efforts to provide a friendly environment where you & candidates can show productivity.
Let’s break down 03 tips that improve your interviewing skill
Being positive, all the time helps you to spread your positive energy surrounding. It boosts your self-esteem as well as others who are interacting with you. Having positive energy reflects confidence about your position and boost your enthusiasm during handling the candidates.
The body language reflects your self-esteem. Practicing eye contact, good hand gestures, and the tone of your voice while communicating with others. It boosts the confidence in your work and brings positivity when you communicate with others.
Setting your agenda to provide you a better insight & motive for starting your work. Whenever we start something, related to our work, trips, or screening candidates before we move ahead with that work. We often, think about what I am going to achieve by completing them or follow our agenda to accomplish that task.
The same Emotions apply to doing the interview. You must be very clear about what you want to ask & and how it follows the purpose of choosing the right candidates.
Sell what you can do
Before you start with the interview. Start selling your demand from candidates. Ask how he/she is going to accomplish in 1 year or coming 2/3 years. Try to sell the position, and if he/she is the right candidate. They are going to seize the opportunity.