Many companies today are using a technique called Behavioral Interviewing to help learn about a candidate’s past performance in particular work situations, because it is believed that past behavior is a predictor of future behavior. These firms will most likely be looking for a specific set of examples of your performance that would indicate success in their culture, and interviewers will probe to see if the candidate has exhibited those types of behaviors in the past. By understanding and preparing for a Behavioral Interview, both the potential employer and you – the candidate – can assess if there is a good match.
Facilitated by a TBJL Career Strategist
Guest Speaker: Marty Borell, Retired Managing Partner, Accenture, LLP