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(Beebe & Ives, 2004, pg 396). Interviewing: Appendix A. HCOM-100 Instructor Name. Interviewing. The Nature and Types of interviews Interview Structure How to Be Interviewed for a job How to Be Interviewed for an Information-Gathering Interview The Responsibilities of an Interviewer.

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(Beebe & Ives, 2004, pg 396)

Interviewing: Appendix A

HCOM-100

Instructor Name


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Interviewing

  • The Nature and Types of interviews

  • Interview Structure

  • How to Be Interviewed for a job

  • How to Be Interviewed for an Information-Gathering Interview

  • The Responsibilities of an Interviewer


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Interviewing

An interview is a form of oral interaction structured to achieve a goal that often involves just two people, but could include more than two people, who take turns speaking and listening.


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Types of Interviews

  • Information-Gathering Interview

    • Designed to seek information

  • Appraisal Interview

    • Supervisor or employer shares information about job performance

  • Problem-Solving Interview

    • Designed to resolve a problem

  • Persuasion Interview

    • One person seeks to change or reinforce the attitudes, values, or behavior of another person.


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Interview Structure

  • Opening

  • Body

  • Conclusion


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The Body: Asking Questions

  • Question Types

    • Open

    • Closed

    • Probing

    • Hypothetical


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(Beebe & Ivy, 2004, pg 401)

The Body: Asking Questions

  • Questioning Sequence

    • Funnel

    • Quintamensional Design

    • Tunnel


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How to be Interviewed for a Job

  • Be Aware of Your Skills & Abilities

  • Prepare Your Resume

    • A written, concise, organized description of your qualifications

    • Components

      • Personal Information

      • Career Objective

      • Education

      • Experience

      • Honors & Special Accomplishments

      • Optional Information

      • References


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How to be Interviewed for a Job

  • Identify the Needs of Your Employer

  • Listen, Respond, and Ask Appropriate Questions

  • Follow Up After the Interview


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How to be Interviewed for an Information-Gathering Interview

  • Prepare for the Interview

  • Listen Effectively

  • Respond Appropriately


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Responsibilitiesof the Interviewer

  • Be Aware of Biases & Prejudices

  • Adapt to an Interviewee’s Behavior

  • Deal with Sensitive Content Wisely

  • Listen Effectively

  • Record Information

  • Ask Appropriate Questions


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What questions do you have?

Homework:

1.) Reading?

2.) Turn in assignments?


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