Back in the day, there used to be a TV quiz show called “20 Questions.” The contestant had a secret in mind, and the panel was challenged to learn it in just 20 questions. If they could, the panel won. If not, the contestant walked away with the prize.
We’re still playing a version of that game today every time we interview a candidate for a job. A win for your company is substantial -- a productive employee who will be with the organization for many years.
During the interview there are hundreds of questions that could be asked, but if we were limited to 20, which would elicit the responses most predictive of future job success? We’re not talking about routine stuff like “where did you work?” or “what did you do on your last job?” We’re talking about more probing questions that reveal the person sitting behind the smile and the handshake.
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