Unit 3.2. Interviewing Techniques. Aim. The aim of this unit is to provide Military Experts on Missions with the necessary information to understand familiarize and utilize the interviewing techniques within a peacekeeping mission. Learning Outcome.
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The aim of this unit is to provide Military Experts on Missions with the necessary information to understand familiarize and utilize the interviewing techniques within a peacekeeping mission
On completion of this section, participants will be able to:
Identify the techniques and conduct interviews in a complex peacekeeping environment.
Techniques of Interviewing
Types of questions
Conducting the Interview
Speak in a well-modulated normal tone of voice.
Get the interviewee to talk.
Get the facts
Lead without show of authority.
Make sure that the data is correct.
Ask only one question at a time.
Formulate easily understood questions.
Restate the answer.
Terminate the interview.
List of “To do in an interview?
Do not fidget.
Do not waste time.
Do not hurry the interviewee.
Do not imply answers to your questions.
Avoid or limit use of the pronoun “I”.
Do not carry a patronizing attitude.
Do not ask unnecessary personal questions.
Do not antagonize.
Avoid shrewdness and cleverness.
Do not make a promise to an interviewee.
List of “Not to do in an interview?