(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
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.
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.
Interview Structure • Opening • Body • Conclusion
The Body: Asking Questions • Question Types • Open • Closed • Probing • Hypothetical
(Beebe & Ivy, 2004, pg 401) The Body: Asking Questions • Questioning Sequence • Funnel • Quintamensional Design • Tunnel
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
How to be Interviewed for a Job • Identify the Needs of Your Employer • Listen, Respond, and Ask Appropriate Questions • Follow Up After the Interview
How to be Interviewed for an Information-Gathering Interview • Prepare for the Interview • Listen Effectively • Respond Appropriately
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
What questions do you have? Homework: 1.) Reading? 2.) Turn in assignments?