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Evaluating for Capability, Commitment and Chemistry

Save your organization time and money by consistently selecting the right person for the job. With practical, step-by step instruction, The Three-Dimensional Interview reveals how to use a consistent, structured interview process to evaluate for three critical dimensions: capability, commitment and chemistry. Using this approach, interviewers gain a complete picture of a candidate’s potential and their "fit" with both the job requirements and the organization’s culture.

The Three Dimensions:

  • Capability – The knowledge and skills to do the job
  • Commitment – The attitude and motivation to do the job effectively
  • Chemistry – The personality, values and work styles that best "fit" the organizational culture

Learning Point Highlights:

  • Demonstrates a consistent, structured interview process
  • Outlines how to construct questions that explore for capability, commitment and chemistry
  • Provides a framework for fairly and objectively evaluating job and organization fit

Topics
Employees: From Hiring to Discipline
Uses
Hiring and Interviewing Skills
Release Date
Jan 1, 2006
Video Running Time (minutes)
28:00
Producer
Sollah
Presentation Style
Dramatic Presentation
Course ID
00428

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