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The HR Business Partner Story

interviewI remember every interview I’ve given in my adult life. I am also acutely aware of the pivotal part each interviewer played in determining the success of the interview. The task of an interviewer is not an easy one. Interviewing is an art and one that doesn’t always come naturally. We owe the mastery of this art to the candidates who often put in hours if not days of effort. Over the years, I’ve observed a few common traits in some of the best interviewers I’ve ever come across. While these traits may seem obvious, it takes time to inculcate. Everyone has witnessed a poor interviewer. Some come across as arrogant, too full of themselves or just bored. You may be the best HR pro out there, but it is possible to be terrible at interviewing despite your achievements. So the next time you step in to take an interview…

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