Interviewing job candidates isn't necessarily a skill most people are born with, and it's not something that's really taught in school. Even experienced hiring managers can stand to learn more, whether it's reading between the lines on resumes, better preparing for interviews and/or how to select a candidate, instead of "selling" one.
You're not only hiring someone to perform a series of tasks. You're hiring someone that can fit within your culture, your team and help your organization grow. Behavioral science has evolved to help hiring managers use a more scientific method to better screen their candidates and make more effective hiring decisions. This Guide offers insights for even the most experienced hiring managers.