Types and Styles of Interview

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Types and Styles of Interview:

Types and Styles of Interview 4CSE1 English Project


Styles of Interviews

1. Behavioural Interview:

1. Behavioural Interview Best way to predict future behaviour is to determine and evaluate past behaviour . Desired behaviours like: Customer service , Communications, Teamwork ,Problem-solving , Leadership , Stress Tolerance ,Flexibility etc are determined. Next, an open-ended question is asked designed to stimulate recollection of a situation that would lead to a desired behaviour . Some examples of situations that may provoke desired or undesired behaviours are: • Balancing/prioritizing several tasks within a short period of time. • Handling customer conflict. • Dealing with an unproductive or uncooperative colleague. • Finding better ways to perform a task.

2. Case Interview:

2. Case Interview job interview - the applicant is given a question/situation/problem/ challenge and asked to resolve the situation. The case problem is often a business situation or a business case that the interviewer has worked on in real life. This is used to evaluate analytical ability and problem-solving skills; 3 . Structured Interview very straightforward. The interviewer has a standard set of questions that are asked of all candidates. Easier for the interviewer to evaluate and compare candidates fairly. M ain purpose : to pinpoint job skills that are essential to the position.

4.Situational Interview:

4.Situational Interview Focuses on what candidates would do in a specific situation. Involves questions that describe a hypothetical situation based on challenging, real life, job related occurrences and ask the candidates how they would handle the problem 5 . Unstructred Interview questions can be changed or adapted to meet the respondent’s intelligence, understanding or belief. advocate listening to how each individual person responds to the question. Unstructured interviews are not specifically formatted, but generally use some key questions to sense a candidate’s qualifications. These types of interviews are designed to use questions based on the candidate’s responses.

6. Panel Interview:

6. Panel Interview Several members of a hiring company to interview a job candidate at the same time. Members of a panel interview team typically include the hiring manager, a departmental colleague and a member of the human resources department. During a panel interview each member of the interview team takes turns asking the job applicant questions. 7 . Pre-screening Telephone Interview A llows the employer to determine if the candidate’s qualifications, experience, workplace preferences and salary needs are congruent with the position and organization. It saves managerial time and eliminates unlikely candidates.


TYPES OF INTERVIEWS The Telephone Interview The Face-to-Face Interview The Panel Interview The Group Interview The Sequential Interview


TYPES OF INTERVIEWS The Lunch / Dinner Interview Competency Based Interviews Formal / Informal Interviews Portfolio Based Interviews The Second Interview

Telephone Interview:

Telephone Interview Often companies request an initial telephone interview before inviting you in for a face to face meeting in order to get a better understanding of the type of candidate you are.

Face-to-Face Interview:

Face-to-Face Interview

Panel Interview :

Panel Interview

Group Interview :

Group Interview Several candidates are present at this type of interview.

Sequential Interview :

Sequential Interview

Lunch / Dinner Interview :

Lunch / Dinner Interview

Competency Based Interviews:

Competency Based Interviews

Formal / Informal Interviews :

Formal / Informal Interviews

Portfolio Based Interviews :

Portfolio Based Interviews In the design / digital or communications industry it is likely that you will be asked to take your portfolio along or show it online .

The Second Interview :

The Second Interview You’ve past the first interview and you’ve had the call to arrange the second. Congratulations! But what else is there to prepare for? You did as much as you could for the first interview! Now is the time to look back and review.


Thank-You! By: Mansi Kumar A2305213010 Devyani Aggarwal A2305213039 Priyanka Rohtagi A2305213059 Rahul Tiwari A2305213015 (Group Leader)

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