Interviewing a Candidate
What you'll learn
- How to become an effective Interviewer by creating safe boundaries
- How to be of service even as an interviewer
- Asking questions to gauge candidates’ aptitude and leadership capabilities
- Employ the American speech, word choices, tips, and tools to succeed as an interviewer
- Be mindful of being tactful and holding your power as an interviewer
- Master the wording and body language to ace your role as a hiring professional
- How to deem the interview process safe, seamless, and comfortable for candidates
- You have hiring responsibilities in your organization.
Are you a hiring manager or an operational or general who wants to hire top candidates? Are you a member of the recruitment team who wants to understand the process of Interviewing better? If you answered yes to these questions, then this course is for you.
This course will help hiring managers create safe boundaries and draft conversation and speech and the appropriate backdrop and setting to succeed as an interviewer.
Hi, I’m Dr. Ujjwal Bikram Khadka. In this course, I will share my insights and knowledge as a corporate coach and as a successful interviewee myself(Recently I was promoted to a management and leadership role at a successful American company following a successful interview).
First, you will learn how to prepare for the “big day”. Then through ensuring through emails or phone or in-person that you’ll create a safe environment for them, you gain their confidence and serve as a great host.
Then, you’ll learn to draft amazing and effective speech and setting to keep your power and position and yet make the interview candidates comfortable and at ease. You’ll learn how to keep a “poker face” and elicit the candidates best qualities. And while doing so, also represent your company in the best light: by making the interview process semi-predictable and smooth. And how do you do that? The answer: by asking insightful and pragmatic questions—Questions like how have they handled stresses at work? How do they tackle uncertainty? What are their expectations for salary? Their good habits and their weaknesses?
Who this course is for:
- HR Managers
- Operational And General managers who have hiring responsibilities
- Anyone on the recruitment team
Featured in THE MARSHALL GOLDSMITH COACH SPOTLIGHT.
Praise for my book on Mindfulness, Leading the Soul way.
“Leading the Soul Way offers a vision of leadership on a continuum of human experience. It will move you and encourage you to align your goals with your values. Also, it is a great guide for anyone wanting to create meaning in the everyday. Excellent!”
Marshall Goldsmith author or editor of 35 books, including the NYT#1 bestselling Triggers and global bestsellers MOJO and What Got You Here Won't Get You There.
My name is Dr. Ujjwal Bikram Khadka. I'm a published author, certified leadership coach, and a leader of a successful American company. My writings for children, Pinto, a novel series in my native Nepali dialect, has sold 40,000 copies. More so, the content is required reading at many schools in Nepal—a remarkable testament to my authorship.
Meanwhile, my leadership and coaching articles are featured in leading Human Resources (HR) magazines like People Matters Magazine (online) and SightsIn plus in India. I also regularly receive publications in The Kathmandu Post, Annanote, Kathmandu Tribune, and GlobalNepalipatra. Some of my interviews have been featured in EKantipur and The Kathmandu Post, with a following for my work and authorship. Finally, the non-fiction book I drafted, Buddha in the making, a hardcover, was published in India.
In 2019, as a coach, I was featured on the Marshall Goldsmith coach spotlight. I was responsible for training managers and a CEO in-person. Additionally, I had over 5,000 students follow my online courses; they all wanted to learn skills from me. As a leader at a successful company, my approach follows that of a leader-coach.