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Chapter 8 and 9

Chapter 8 and 9 - employers to test the fit of someone for...

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Chapter 8 Interviewing and Conscious Communication 1. Define the different types of interviews and give an example of when they are best used. Interrogation One sided interview that usually concentrates on the negative aspects of a situation or an employees behavior. Persuasive or sales interviews A sales-oriented form of interviewing intended to convince a client or customer to by into an idea or make a purchase. Performance reviews A review or critique of an employee’s work Information interviews or focus groups An interview designed to gather specific information, further understanding or test a concept Employment interviews An interview designed to bring together potential employees and
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Unformatted text preview: employers to test the fit of someone for a position 2. Discuss how to set the parameters of goals and job descriptions for employment interviews. Consider the ways to publicize a job description. 3. What is an interview script? Explain the parts it should include. 4. What are the rules for ethical interviews – what questions can you NOT ask? Chapter 9 The Job Search and Conscious Communication 1. Describe the ways you can research a job. 2. Describe the different resume formats and when each is best used. 3. What are the tips for arranging interviews? 4. Explain the differences between formal or informal interviews....
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