Interviewing for Success: Hiring Top Talent

 

Audience: New Managers
Duration: 4 hours/One day 
Location: Miami Business School, University of Miami

Overview

For many organizations, hiring top talent is a major competitive necessity. Unfortunately, some hiring managers still ask off-the-cuff questions which not only lead to poor performers if the candidates are hired but may also set the organization up for costly litigation when qualified candidates are overlooked. This workshop is designed to help participants structure interviews with job-related questions that are behaviorally based to more easily identify candidates who will contribute to an organization’s strategic mission and objectives. Participants will come into the session with sample job descriptions/specifications so that questions can be tailored for their particular needs.

Specifically, participants will:

Faculty


Chet Schriesheim

Professor Chet Schriesheim is a Distinguished Professor of Management in the Miami Business School, and a Fellow of the American Psychological Association. He has published over a hundred articles in the area of Leadership and recently received the Distinguished Career Award from the Academy of Management. He has consulting with organizations throughout the United States in areas such as leadership development and survey development.

Linda Neider

Linda Neider is Professor and chair on the Management Department at Miami Business School, University of Miami. Her interests are in leadership and organizational effectiveness; transforming organizational cultures; human resource systems, health care management, training and development needs assessment; and survey design, development and analysis.

Sheryl Alonso

Sheryl Alonso is Academic Director, Johnson A. Edosomwan Leadership Institute and Lecturer, Min the Management Department in Miami Business School. Her interests are in leadership and organizational effectiveness; transforming organizational cultures; human resource systems, health care management, training and development needs assessment; and survey design, development and analysis.

 

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