How to Become a Better Behavioral Interviewer

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If you’ve ever conducted an interview, you might be familiar with the tactic of asking your candidate to revisit how they dealt with a work-related problem in the past. This common question is a form of ‘behavioral interviewing’: asking questions that assess how candidates reacted to and learned from prior experiences. 

This technique involves asking candidates for examples of their contributions to previous projects to demonstrate their proficiency or a specific skill set. Behavioral interviews also give nuanced insight into the candidate’s way of working.

Read on to understand the benefits of behavioral interviews and how you can become a better

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