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Leadership Competencies: How to Interview to Find the Best Candidate

https://letsgrowleaders.com/2018/02/27/interview-leadership-competencies/

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Leadership Competencies: How to Interview to Find the Best Candidate
If you want to build a Winning Well culture, you need the very best leaders at every level. You're working hard to develop the vital leadership competencies, so why not take an extra step to hire for them too? This Let's Grow Leaders interview guide can help.

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Hire the Right Leader

Ask the candidate questions based on:

  • Results. Ask questions which focus on the outcomes of certain situations: What were the actions taken? How did he act with it? What is the result?
  • Relationships. Interrogate the candidate questions on how he deal or work with other people.
  • Confidence: Ask how he would leverage his/her strenghts in this new position.
  • Humility. Ask questions about times he experienced downfalls, and how he accept and deal with it.

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