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What does the right peer interview look like? This video demonstrates what the right way to conduct your peer interviews looks like. Notice the peer interview lead provides an overview of what the candidate will experience, as well as the types of questions that will be asked. One at a time, the peer interview team asks a question. The team is looking for specific cues about the candidate's past behavior, attitude, and a thorough response.
  • How is meeting peers during an interview beneficial to both the applicant and current employees?
  • What is the advantage of asking behavior-based questions during an interview?
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hi marina we appreciate you coming back
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in this afternoon I know that you
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completed the leader questioning earlier
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in the week and so now we’re here to do
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peer interviewing so all of us could be
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working with you in this position
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and what’s going to happen is each of us
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are going to ask a question of you
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that’s going to be very behavior
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oriented so we’re going to ask you what
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would you do or what did you do in that
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situation so consequently there are no
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right or wrong answers and you’re gonna
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see us taking notes and primarily that
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so that we can have good recollection of
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your responses okay so I’m gonna ask
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Tuesday to begin with question 1 hi
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marina so the question is this position
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of course requires communications with
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instructors who reside in locations at
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all kinds of distances and this type of
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communication with the instructors is
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going to vary based on the content so
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what communication skills do you have
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that conveys specific messages to large
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groups of individuals what was the
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situation that you had to do so and then
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what were your results in my previous
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roles I had to use several different
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communication tools
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okay Casey if you could ask question two
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please
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all right training and development of
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instructors for teacher ready will be
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part of the responsibilities of this
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position describe a particular situation
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in which you were the lead for
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development of other professionals how
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did you structure the development and
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was the preferred outcome achieved hi
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Casey
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so at my previous role I was in charge
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of a team of eight people we were
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pursuing a new company
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thanks for your responses marina and so
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we have one additional question so can
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you describe a situation where you were
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providing feedback that was a difficult
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to provide to another individual that
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you supervise did you accomplish with
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that feedback what you intended and and
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is there anything you would do
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differently yes so at my previous role I
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was in a position where I had to give
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some negative
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so thank you marina for your very candid
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responses we appreciate that and we want
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to give you an opportunity to ask any
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questions that you might have of us or
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that you would like to know about next
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steps sure I so company culture is
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really important as you all know and I’d
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like to know just how you guys lived
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those values in your workplace
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hmm
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that’s a great question so I’m going to
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start and what I would say is that
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student group is known for the culture
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that we have we definitely live values
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we recognize them we recognize
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individuals who live them each and every
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day Tuesday was very recently recognized
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for our value of impact because of the
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great work she’s been doing in social
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media so I think that that’s one of the
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ways it’s recognizing people and what we
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know from our founder Quint Studer is
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what gets recognized gets repeated which
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is what we intend anything so appreciate
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you being here what you should hear from
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TIA within the next five to ten days and
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on the outcome of the interview so thank
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you for coming in ok thank you for
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having me there’s nice to meet you
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