Behavioral Interviewing Techniques for Employee Selection
Master of Leadership Development
In today’s economy, as changing demographics and technological evolution exert new forces on the selection process, finding and hiring talent is more challenging than ever before. This project describes how behavioral interviewing techniques can be used to enhance the likelihood that Hoosier Energy Rural Electric Cooperative will: accurately define target behaviors for specific jobs, effectively hire and retain talent, support a decentralized selection system and provide training to interviewers and ensure that interviewer skills are maintained over time. The outcome of this project includes applying my research findings to develop a comprehensive behavioral interviewing process and associated training program for Hoosier Energy Rural Electric Cooperative.