"haha! Funny how that happened!
Do you enjoy it? Do you love it?
If you get a minute, reply on my article post, so I can compile all of the answers. No rush, and of course if you don't want to you don't have to.
"I successfully dealt with push back, especially from from 'left brain' types eg accountants, IT, lawyers, engineers etc, by producing books, research papers or research-based articles to prove my point re behavioural intervewing. Using a…"
"Hey Peter, that's great feed back. I wanted to just open it up to the table to see if people could give specific situations, and what methods they used to over come it.
I think you are spot on. Credibility is the name of the game. Once you…"
"We deal with it ALL of the time. Daily! It's part of the game. People generally don't like change. Hiring managers are people. They too don't like change when wearing their hiring manager hat. You deal with it. Behavioral or…"
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Personally, I love it. I've been trained on it's use, then trained all of my hiring managers in each department on how to effectively use the method. Just interested to hear what everyone's thought on this are.I recently joined this group, so figured I'd start by opening a discussion.Thanks.RichSee More
So what do you do in this situation. Being in HR as a recruiter I've seen a handful of managers simply push back on every policy that's been presented. Whether it was strictly recruiting related, or more towards a general HR policy. A more specific situation would be when my company introduced Behavioral Interviewing as our standard interview methodology. Quite a few managers pushed back on me when training them on the strategy. When a manager has done the same thing for a long time, it's tough…See More
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