Behaviour-Based Interview (BBI) – Make Your Interview Counts

Workshop Objectives

At the end of the programme, participants will be able to:

  • Describe what constitutes a Behaviour Based Interview (BBI) and how it differs from Traditional Interview (TI)
  • Understand the hiring process and the interview steps
  • Use the Interview Assessment Form (TUV SUD PSB form)
  • Identify the competencies that are essential for success in conducting BBI
  • Formulate and ask effective, BBI questions
  • Practice BBI to motivate and maximise performance
  • Make better selection decisions by measuring the skills objectively instead of personality
  • Understand and apply the Tripartite guidelines on Fair Employment Practices (FEP) & its governing principles


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Managing Performance Through Coaching


“Learning is not attained by chance, it must be sought for with ardor and attended to with diligence” – Abigail Adams

Managers today have a crucial role in developing their staff, so that they are able to be informed and empowered to take critical action, in a fast paced environment.  The role of the Manager today, needs more the aspect of Leadership, in that they need to “build” they people to take on higher levels of responsibility. (more…)

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