This wouldn’t be a problem were leadership qualities bountiful and simple to find, but reality paints a different picture. The Workplace Trends’ Global Workforce Leadership survey in February and March revealed that respondents regarded leadership as the hardest skill to find in employees.
When recruiting the right questions will provide you with a clear picture of what the candidate has to offer. Future leaders currently are passionate about what they want, communicate clearly and understand the importance of reaching out and asking for help or helping others on their projects.
When you are searching for future leaders, their work experience may be limited, though using behavior-based questions, you can gather information on how they process previous projects, issues that had to handle in the past and how they solved them and how they interact with others.
Whether you are a recruiter or a hiring manager, this is your greatest skill in finding the right talent. Remember the candidate should do 80% of the talking. In the interviewing process, start by summarizing the position and the company for the candidate, spend most of your time delving into the candidate’s experience, important attributes and skills, then leave time for the candidate to ask their questions.
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