Behavioral interviewing is a sophisticated job interview technique used by the best-trained job interview teams to understand how a candidate’s past experiences can predict future job success.
Despite the value of behavioral interviewing to companies, most hiring managers are not that well trained. This gives us a strategic opening to dominate job interviews!
You probably do not encounter behavioral interviews very frequently. Most candidates scramble on the spot when they encounter behavioral interviews, often leading to that “deer in a headlight” look.
Don’t be caught off guard again! Dominate your next job interview by incorporating the behavioral interview storytelling response into your interview preparation. Then you can give the hiring manager what they need to know to demonstrate that your past experiences are exactly what they need to solve the organization’s big problems! Be better prepared, freeing time to pay attention to what is going on in the room.
Join Katherine Burik to learn how to make behavioral storytelling the cornerstone of your job interview preparation.
KATHERINE BURIK, is founder of The Interview Doctor, Inc.®, offering fast action remedies to help you find your ideal job. Her coaching techniques come from her personal experience as a business leader organizing her own job searches, creating a better way to interview, and figuring out how to “network” as a shy person to get ahead in her career.
Job search is a repeatable process, regardless of your role. Without the right plan and quality tools to navigate the process, your search for a job or the right career will take forever and feel awful.
A professional speaker & published author, Katherine has a BA in History, Northwestern University, and MS Industrial Relations, Loyola University of Chicago. She has been certified SPHR by the Society of Human Resource Managers and is a Registered Corporate Coach.
Originally from Chicago then transplanted to Cleveland, Katherine has been a virtual coach for years. This comes in handy since most of the year she and her husband, Kermit, live on a boat in Florida, spending the summer with friends and family in Northeast Ohio, also by the water.
Since change is the only constant, Katherine embraces whatever life sends her way with positive energy and enthusiasm to get the most out of life.