Evidentiary Interviews vs. Behavioral Interviews

While behavioral interviewing has some benefits, it falls short as it does not completely assess all of the behaviors necessary for success, only those you have time to review in an interview. Scott shares his latest invention in interviewing, the evidentiary interview, a more thorough way to assess talent.

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Comment by Bob McIntosh on November 19, 2012 at 9:39am

I haven't heard about this type of interview. Is it similar to motivation-based interviewing?

Comment by Scott Wintrip on November 21, 2012 at 11:54am

Bob, there is a motivation component to it, however, it's much more expansive. Evidentiary interviewing requires candidates to not just tell you they can do the job, but also show you.

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