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Interviewing Techniques

Some of my personal perspectives and learnings conducting interviews during my career.

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Interviewing Techniques

  1. 1. A Perspective On Interviewing Techniques Simon Guest
  2. 2. Why are interviews important?
  3. 3. What I look for in an interview...
  4. 4. Three Questions
  5. 5. Is this person smart? Can this person get things done? Does this person have integrity?
  6. 6. Hire for the company, not for the role
  7. 7. Deep dive on experience, with a focus on execution What exactly was your role? Tell me how you did that?
  8. 8. Role Playing Imagine I'm a customer at XYZ. I want X. How would you deliver?
  9. 9. (For Developers) Coding/Designing on the Whiteboard
  10. 10. Good developers will naturally gravitate towards the whiteboard - don't need to ask
  11. 11. Personal Growth Pie Chart What do you do today? How do you want to grow? What's the difference?
  12. 12. Stengths and Weaknesses If I were to ask your peers... (A good way to get an honest answer)
  13. 13. Why are you leaving? Could this circumstance come up again, and how would it be different?
  14. 14. Anti-patterns for interviews
  15. 15. Talking more than Listening Remember the 80/20 rule
  16. 16. Playing Stump the Chump The interviewee doesn't care how smart you are
  17. 17. Asking Personal Questions Avoid personal questions - or anthing that could be interpreted in a negative way (religion, politics, family, location, etc.)
  18. 18. Final Thoughts
  19. 19. Would I want to spend another hour with this person? If the answer is no, it might mean something...
  20. 20. Being on the fence This always is a no hire
  21. 21. Small World Interviewee should leave with a great respect for you/your company, even if they are not offered the job