Conducting Effective Selection Interviews: Going Beyond "Gut-Feel" Hiring (1-day course version)

  • 24 Oct 2014
  • 09:30 - 17:30
  • Tokyo Convention Room - Shinagawa (http://www.ap-shinagawa.com/info/access.html)
  • 11

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  • *Inclusive of 8% consumption tax, lunch, and free-flowing drinks as well as seminar workbook. A Certificate of Attendance will be given at the end of the day.
  • *Inclusive of 8% consumption tax, lunch, and free-flowing drinks as well as seminar workbook. A Certificate of Attendance will be given at the end of the day.

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Sample Participants' Feedback from Past Runs of this Course
   
"Good selection of topics. Overall, a great course!"

"Very informative training course!"


"This is how interviews should be made to hire the right person! I wish I could have known this earlier."




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Available Schedules: April 25, 2014 | July 18, 2014 | October 24, 2014

Can't attend a 1-day course? Attend the 2 half-day version of this course.

Overview
Although many organizations are prepared to consider new ways to recruit staff, such as the use of the Internet, or video-conferencing links in pre-screening, it is still rare to find organizations which do not use the interview at some stage in their recruitment processes.

Despite everything we can find out about a candidate, from their job histories to their personalities, from their performance in a test to their personal profiles, we still want to meet them face-to-face.

The interview remains central to selection decisions: upon it, we believe we can find out what a person is really like, whether they have the attitude we are looking for, whether they will fit in to the team and, crucially, whether we like them or not.


Description
This highly interactive and engaging seminar-workshop will show participants how to prepare and run effective and successful selection interviews to increase your chances of hiring the  right person for the right job.

It aims to help you learn the skills on how to uncover any candidates' real strengths, weaknesses, level of skills and experience, and go beyond the image that they are trying to project when they come for interviews. Don't be fooled by job seekers who are good in "interviewing" but can't actually do the job that you want them to do!

Attend this workshop and START hiring top talent instead of "actors!" Your business deserve it. You deserve it.


Outline

This seminar-workshop is built around 3 core sessions:
  • The Business Case for Hiring Right
  • The 6 steps in Conducting Effective and Successful Selection Interviews
  • Putting It All Together: The Mock Interview
Each of these sessions are run using a combination of adult learning techniques such as short lectures, group exercises/workshops, short quizzes, multimedia presentations, and role playing.

At the end course, participants will be able to learn the key skills that make selection interviews work like a dream and ultimately help make that great hiring decision!


Who Should Attend?
  • Recruiting Professionals (in-house or 3rd party);
  • HR Heads/Directors;
  • Hiring Managers;
  • Talent Managers;
  • Business Owners and Executives; or,
  • Anyone interested in finding the right talent for the right job!
Investment: JPY27,000 inclusive of tax, course materials, certificate of attendance, packed (o-bento) lunch, and free-flowing drinks (20% discount, ie, JPY21,600, applies if you are a JHRS Professional Member)

Important Notes: 
(1) A minimum of 6 confirmed pax is needed to run this course. Registered pax will be notified accordingly in the event of any course cancellation.
(2) To ensure quality of instruction and enhance learning experience of participants, maximum number of participants is set to 14 people only. Register NOW to reserve your space.
(3) Choose other course dates for over booked or closed registrations. 
(4) Cancellation Policy:  All payments are FINAL and NON-REFUNDABLE. However, in the event that you can't attend this workshop, you may assign another person on your behalf or opt to make this as an advance payment to future runs of this course or its equivalent. 
 


Instructor:
Jun Kabigting, MBA/MS/HRMP
 
Jun is the Managing Director of HR Central K.K. and Chief Community Officer, The Japan HR Society (JHRS). He has more than 20 years of professional experience covering the entire HR value chain from recruit, retain, and release. He also has solid experience as a trainer, HR consultant, and executive search consultant as well as other HR areas like performance management, compensation & benefits design, organizational design and development, change management, coaching, and career counseling.

He holds a MBA in International HR Management from the University of Hawaii at Manoa and Japan-America Institute of Management Science (JAIMS) and an M.S. in Industrial Engineering from the University of the Philippines. He also received his Certificate in HR Studies from Cornell University's School of Industrial Labor and Relations and is an accredited consultant of Harrison Assessments International---a leading provider of tools to assist in the selection, recruitment, and development of employees. In 2012, Jun became one of the world's first HR Management Professional (HRMP)-certified HR professional by the HR Certification Institute (HRCI). He still currently maintains this elite and prestigious credential.

 

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