Traditional interviewing tends to favor a “just the facts, ma’am” approach, where the questions do a deeper dive into the person’s factual background than a one-page résumé or CV offers, while also giving interviewers the opportunity to get an in-person feel for the candidate.
Another approach emphasizes actions, deeds, and behaviors. Here we encounter what has become known as “behavior-based interviewing.” This is the idea that previous behavior can be used to predict future performance, and it’s gaining traction as the kind of questioning that should fill an entire interview.
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