Interviewing Handout and Activity

Interviewing Handout and Activity - Interviewing for...

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Interviewing for Information Gathering Informative Interview Overview: 1. Interactive Process 2. One party has a strategic purpose or goal 3. The most recognizable feature of an interview is the asking and answering of focused, specific questions. Directive Interviews Dialogic Interviews Preparing for an Interview Decide on a purpose for your interview Choose an interview structure o Highly scheduled interview ~ appropriate for instances that demand consistency, such as job interviews at big companies. o Nonscheduled interview~ use this type of interview when you don’t want to come to the table with any preconceived expectations. o Moderately schedule interview ~ allows for the development of major questions with potential probing questions and permits on-the-spot follow up questions when necessary. Generate topics for your interview
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This note was uploaded on 12/19/2011 for the course CMS 306M taught by Professor Gomez during the Fall '06 term at University of Texas.

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