Also called “Structured Behavioral Interview,” “Pattern Interview,” “Quantitative Interview,” the Structured Interview is a process of interviewing that uses a set of carefully designed scripted questions and highly specific guidelines for interpreting candidate responses.
The “structure” of the interview itself is in both the exact content and order of the questions and in the interpretation and analysis of responses.
The Structured Interview analyzes behavioral characteristics to predict which candidates are most likely to be successful.
Behavioral attributes focused on closely align with accepted standards such as the ISLLC “dispositions” that define behavioral characteristics associated with excellence in teaching.
Corporate America and the US Federal Government understand the importance of screening and profiling tools such as our Structured Interview and Screening Sketch.
Reasons to to implement structured interviews in your hiring process:
- Control bias and subjectivity
- Increase consistency
- Maximize fairness
- Minimize hiring mistakes
- Predict excellence
- Build culture of excellence
- and more