Interviewing Techniques for Managers
Carolyn B. Thompson
Interview Strategies for Always Getting the Information You Need
For managers, interviewing is about gathering useful information in every face-to-face encounter, from project planning meetings to client discussions to speaking with prospective employees. Interviewing Techniques for Managers shows you how to master every aspect of the interview process to ensure that you always get honest, helpful, and results-oriented answers. Look to this important addition to McGraw-Hill's Briefcase Books series for workplace-tested interviewing methods including:
- When and how to ask the key questions
- Tips for getting a difficult interview back on track
- Techniques for telephone, e-mail, and other arms-length interviews
Separating fact from fiction when interviewing potential employees ... Solving workplace problems ... Uncovering how best to meet customer needs ... The ability to interview others is among the most valuable skills a manager can have. Interviewing Techniques for Managers will help you end each interview with the information you need, by beginning each interview with a solid, results-oriented plan--and the know-how to execute that plan.