A Unique Methodology for Making Better Hires
Bill Bryan – Bryan Group, LLC
Wednesday, Nov 4 – Free Live Stream @ 3 pm
Online Networking from 2:30 – 3 pm
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Most interview techniques fall far short of expectations when attempting to determine if someone has “the right stuff” for the position you wish to fill. Even when employing what are purported to be cutting edge “behavioral interviewing” techniques, the predictive validity concerning skill application when someone gets on the job is very low.
The fact is that some people are much better at getting a job than doing a job! The only valid and reliable way of ensuring candidates have the knowledge skills and talents you are looking for is to create measurable performance criteria and then evaluating if candidates have those performance factors by employing the Guided Storytelling Interview (GSI). This presentation provides insight into why the GSI is the only interviewing technique you should use. While attaining a high level of GSI proficiency takes a couple days of training, you will take away some GSI elements that you can apply immediately.
Join Bill Bryan as he explores:
- How people differ and what factors consistently account for superior performance.
- The need for measurable performance criteria with regard to role, competency, and leadership style proficiency.
- The need for evaluation methodologies that can accurately assess whether a candidate has the capabilities being sought.
- A comparison of candidate evaluation methodologies and their predictive validity with regard to how well someone will perform once on the job.
- Why the only good predictor of future behavior or skill demonstration is past behavior and skill demonstration.
- The role of the interview in evaluating candidate competence and why the Guided Storytelling Interview (TM) significantly outperforms any other interview evaluation technique.
About our speaker:
Bill Bryan, Ph.D. is the founder and CEO of the Bryan Group, LLC. He is a former military officer and clinical psychologist who worked with children, adolescents, and families and consulted to schools. He has worked as a performance improvement consultant with Fortune 500 companies, the military, non-profits, and educational organizations, to include schools and districts in 13 states. He is the co-founder of the Center for Secondary School Redesign (CSSR) and remains in an advisory role to CSSR as VP for Leadership and Organization Development.
Bill is a speaker at the local and national level on effective leadership, team development, and competency-based assessment. For over 40 years he has engaged in applied competency and motivation research to determine what differentiates top-performing leaders from average and poor performers. This has led to the development of many performance enhancement programs for various client systems, and a new approach to executive search. He has held positions at five universities: American University (HR development), Bryant University (counseling), New England College (Ed.D. Leadership and dissertation advisor), Providence College (psychology and counseling), and the University of Rhode Island (labor relations, organization
Topic: NCET biz Cafe | Bill Bryan, Guided Storytelling | Nov 4, 2020
Time: Nov 4, 2020 02:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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