Recruiting support via behavioral interviews
When preparing a behavioral interview, the employer must decide what skills are needed in the person they hire. During the interview questions are asked to find out if the candidate has those skills.
Behavioral based job interviews are based on learning how the interviewee acted in specific employment-related situations.
I am sometimes asked what the difference is between a regular job interview and a behavioral interview. Actually, there is not a difference in the actual format of the job interview. It is still a meeting between an interviewer and the candidate who will respond to interview questions. The difference is in the type of interview questions that will be asked, and the analytical competencies I will use to support my interview feedback to the client.
As the title indicates: Behavioural interview questions are meant to question behaviour. The logic is that often past behavior will predict future performance and social competencies, this is what I offer via this approach.
I have done this training for private and public institutions, such as for the EU institutions HR-staff for their panel selection preparation.