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Materials for the course covering the issues of conducting assessment panel interviews, developed by the OSCE Mission in Kosovo


Summary

How to Conduct an Assessment Panel Interview?

Start your preparation for a interview by identifying what you want the employee to be able to do in the new job.
Determine the required outputs and performance success factors for the job. Determine the characteristics and traits of the individual whom you believe will succeed in that job. If you have employees successfully performing the job currently, list the traits, characteristics, and skills that they bring to the job.

Narrow the list to your key behavioral traits; actions or reactions of a person in response to external or internal stimuli; you believe that a candidate needs to be able to perform the job. Write a job posting that describes the behavioral characteristics in the text. Make sure the characteristics or requirements section of your job description lists the same behavioral characteristics.

Make a list of questions, both behavioral and traditional, to ask each candidate during the interview.

Where before panel members might only ask traditional questions to the candidate like: "What is your strengths"? and "Why are you a good fit for this job"? they are now using open ended questions to get a better idea of the candidates behaviour in a work environment. By asking the candidate to reference something that's happened to him and only him, it forces the candidate to give the panel members a better picture of who he is and how he is acting in specific situations. The candidate can not give an answer that a career guide book suggests.

Review the materials you receive, with the behavioral traits and characteristics in mind. Ask your list of behavioral and traditional questions of each candidate during the behavioral interview. Narrow your candidate choices based on their responses to the behavioral and traditional interview questions. Select your candidate with the right mix of knowledge, experience, and behavioral characteristics that match the needs of the job guiding your decision.



Training materials and curricula

Management\Organizational management\Human resources

South-Eastern Europe\Serbia\Kosovo

Communication skills, Interviewing, Management


Unknown

Management

Specialised


OSCE

Serbia

4 May 2012

OSCE\OSCE Mission in Kosovo

Abdyl Frashëri street 37
10000 Pristina
Tel: +381 38 500 162, +381 38 240 100
Fax: +381 38 240 711
press.omik@osce.org


Relation type Document Title Category
Has parts Lesson 1: Active listeningLesson 1: Active listening Training materials and curricula
Has parts Lesson 2: Observing and NotingLesson 2: Observing and Noting Training materials and curricula
Has parts Lesson 3: Interview techniquesLesson 3: Interview techniques Training materials and curricula
Has parts Lesson 4: SOP 6.02 Kosovo PoliceLesson 4: SOP 6.02 Kosovo Police Training materials and curricula
Has parts Lesson: Board interview skillsLesson: Board interview skills Training materials and curricula


OSCE

Student handout [English] (137.75 Kb) Student handout [English] (Format: PDF)
Performance Counselling Activities [English] (41.19 Kb) Performance Counselling Activities [English] (Format: PDF)
Presentation: APM Assignment day 3 and 4 [English] (211.50 Kb) Presentation: APM Assignment day 3 and 4 [English] (Format: MS PowerPoint)
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Documents

Student handout [English] (137.75 Kb) Student handout [English] (Format: PDF)
Performance Counselling Activities [English] (41.19 Kb) Performance Counselling Activities [English] (Format: PDF)
Presentation: APM Assignment day 3 and 4 [English] (211.50 Kb) Presentation: APM Assignment day 3 and 4 [English] (Format: MS PowerPoint)
Please Note: in order to request access to the attached documents you need to sign in or register.