Simply Said
Simply Said
Simply Said is the essential handbook for business communication.

Business Context

To be a premier firm you need to attract top talent. When you interview a candidate, how do you ensure that the right person gets hired – or avoid hiring the wrong person? Ultimately your time, money, morale and productivity hinge on your ability to hire the people best suited to succeed at your firm.

Challenge & Solution

Unfortunately, many recruiting managers and hiring attorneys will burn time and energy interviewing without any specific training. The frequent, and costly, result is that the new associate struggles and the firm fails to meet or exceed its goals. Exec-Comm’s Conducting Effective Interviews program gives recruiting managers and hiring attorneys a proven step-by-step process they can use to ensure successful hiring decisions.

Participant Benefits

After participating in this program, you will:

  • Follow the five steps of effective interviewing
  • Determine if a candidate is a match using your firm's success profile
  • Understand the impact of your Personal Communication Style on the interview process
  • Ask the right questions and listen for cues during the interview
  • Market the firm to attract interest

Interactive Learning

You will acquire skills through group exercises, interview-specific role plays, and instructor coaching. A typical half-hour includes 10 minutes of instructor briefing and 20 minutes of practice and skill building.

Customization & Sustainability

  • Content: We can tailor the title, skills, exercises, and timing to meet your needs.
  • Setting: This program works in large group, small group, and one-on-one settings.
  • Duration: From standard one-day programs to brief showcases or webinars, we can work within your timeframe.
  • Sustainability Tools: We provide “skills trackers,” checklists, planners, email reminders, access to ECLearn.exec-comm.com, continued instructor access, and our book, Simply Said, to extend the learning and increase skill retention.

Credits

7 credit hours