Interviewing for Core Values, Not Fit. (VIDEO)

Interviewing for Core Values, Not Fit. (VIDEO)

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I’m not a believer in interviewing for fit. I am a believer in interviewing for core values. Here I explain why and suggest a model for core values developed by Lance Secretan.

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4 thoughts on “Interviewing for Core Values, Not Fit. (VIDEO)”

  1. This makes a lot of sense.  The concept of “fit” is inherently undefined and is just a catch-all excuse to dismiss the candidate.  If the interviewer did their job, they would know the reason WHY the candidate doesn’t fit.  Thanks Jeff for the CASTLE method.  Very helpful for both interviewers and interviewees.

  2. This makes a lot of sense.  The concept of “fit” is inherently undefined and is just a catch-all excuse to dismiss the candidate.  If the interviewer did their job, they would know the reason WHY the candidate doesn’t fit.  Thanks Jeff for the CASTLE method.  Very helpful for both interviewers and interviewees.

  3. Thanks, David. The CASTLE Principles make a lot of sense for interviewing. When coupled with a quality qualifications interview, firms will find out a lot.

  4. Thanks, David. The CASTLE Principles make a lot of sense for interviewing. When coupled with a quality qualifications interview, firms will find out a lot.

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