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This training offers a unique approach that allows interviewers to see through the eyes of diverse applicants. MODULE TWO defines the skills and cultural competencies needed for interviewing diverse applicants. Methods are discussed for integrating diversity and cultural competencies into the interviewer’s style and the structure of the interview process. It examines interviewers’ expected responses to commonly asked interview questions that may go unmet due to cultural misunderstandings, and explores alternative methods for asking inclusive interview questions.
Hiring managers, interviewers, recruiters, and other employees involved in the recruiting, interviewing and hiring process.
Self-paced, on-line training course.
Approximately 1 hour to complete and has four lessons.
Includes videos and quotes of diverse applicants’ perspectives, including race/ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, age and size. These are real people from Lila Kelly’s research and experience, not actors using a script or fabricated quotes.
Interactive activities and quizzes keep the learner engaged throughout the training.
Lesson 5: Skills and Cultural Competencies for Interviewing
Part A. The Skill of Interviewing
Part B. Developing Cultural Competencies for Interviewing
Part C. Comfort Level with Diversity as a Cultural Competency
Part D. Methods for Becoming both Skilled and Culturally Competent at Employment Interviewing
Lesson 6: Integrating Diversity into the Interviewer’s Style
Part A. The Greeting
Part B. Diverse Applicants’ Perspectives on Interviewers’ Body Language
Part C. Interviewers’ Style in Asking Interview Questions
Part D. Alternative Approaches for Interviewers to Consider
Lesson 7: Integrating Cultural Competencies into the Structure of the Interview Process
Part A. Organization and Communication of the Interview Process
Part B. The Interview Format
Part C. Tips and Suggestions for an Inclusive Interview Structure
Lesson 8: Developing Structured and Inclusive Interview Questions
Part A. Interviewers’ Expected Responses and Diverse Perspectives on Commonly Asked Interview Questions
Part B. Development of Structured and Inclusive Interview Questions
Part C. Additional Methods for Skilled and Culturally Competent Interviewing
Lesson 5: Skills and cultural competencies for interviewing
Part C: Comfort Level with Diversity as a Cultural Competency
Can interviewers control what applicants choose to tell or ask them?
See the answer to this question and more discussion on this topic is in Lesson 5.
Lesson 6: Integrating diversity into the interviewer’s style
Part B: Diverse Applicants’ Perspectives on Interviewers’ Body Language
Learn more about different cultural perspectives on eye contact, the hand shake and other gestures during an interview in Lesson 6.