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Strengths-based job interviews: what are they and how do they work?
These might look like random questions to analyze your quick-wittedness, but there is more to it.
Traditional competence-based questions, including "can you describe a time when you have
successfully used communication skills?", are being ousted by a wave of strengths-based
queries. It is used gains nominees, and more and more much as companies, while a completely
new approach not it. Sykes Professions Philippines. Are You Ready for The Interviews. Skyes
Philippines job hiring can be so exciting
Strengths-based recruiting (SBR) has a very simple goal: to learn a nominee's interests. It's still
about locating someone who can do the job, but also who'll appreciate organisation and the role,
and thus perform better and be more likely to remain in the job. This is a truly win-win situation for
your job satisfaction and saves the company time, while getting better results. Sykes Careers
Philippines. Are You Prepared for The Interviews
Elizabeth Bacchus, director of the Successful CV Company, says: "Businesses have recognised
they're seeing a more genuine insight into nominees with strength-based interviews. When a
person uses their strengths they perform at their best and learn new advice quicker."
The process enable you to work out whether you desire the job if offered it, and can also be quite
revealing for the person being interviewed. Sykes Careers Philippines. Are You Ready for The
Sally Bibb, director of strengths consultancy, Engaging Heads: "we've found again and again that
the folks who do not get offered the job a) understand why and realise that they'dn't be joyful in
the part because it's just not them, and b) do not feel like they've failed as they generally do if they
don't get through a competence-based interview."
With big names, for example Nestle, Barclays and EY, using SBR as part of their recruiting
process, if you're actively looking for a brand new occupation it's not something you can ignore.
Sykes Professions Philippines. Are You Ready for The Interviews
Matt Stripe, Nestle UK & Ireland group HR manager, says: "Strengths is particularly useful when
recruiting people who don't have lots of expertise - such as graduates. It allows us to identify
people who have exactly the same passion about our business as we do and possible.
Additionally, it generates fewer fake, pre-prepared answers, and gives an authentic insight into
Sykes Careers Philippines. Are You Ready for The Interviews
But like all facets of interviews, these kinds of questions still need careful thought and preparation.
Thinking about how your tastes fit with the culture of the organisation and the job demands is still
important, while you can't change the basics of what you appreciate for a recruiter.
The feedback we get from the thousands of individuals who our clients have interviewed for a
range of functions is that they loved the interview and the interviewers learned a lot about them as
individuals." Sykes Careers Philippines. Are You Ready for The Interviews
Strengths-established questions will also necessarily reveal your dislikes, so be frank with the
interviewer about what jobs you do not enjoy and yourself.
Lisa LaRue, career coach at London consultancy CareerWorx, says: "It's equally vital that you
understand your weaknesses as interviewers are equally as likely to be questions that aim to
uncover these also. It is likely that those parts of your occupation you enjoy least are the places
where you lack natural aptitude or ability." Sykes Careers Philippines. Are You Ready for The
So as long as you're prepared for strengths and both competence -based questions, this trend
appears to be a great thing for potential candidates.
I believe it will enlarge the talent pool and enable organisations to align staff in a more structured
and strategic manner that can help businesses."
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