“Tell me about a time when you…”
I’ll stop there.
We’ve all been on the other side of the table when a hiring manager or recruiter asked us a behavioral interview question.
And if you’re a college-educated, white collar worker, chances are you had something impressive to share, going as far back as college when you may have had a leadership position in student body government or a competitive internship.
Behavioral interviewing has been the gold standard in hiring and recruiting for decades. But new conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion reveal that relying on