Interview Techniques

Tips and tricks you can use to make sure when you interview a member of staff that will make the whole process more successful | taught by Sarah Bishop
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Sarah Bishop
Sarah Bishop
Recruitment Expert

About the instructor

Sarah Bishop has nearly 30 years business development and recruitment experience.  The last 20 years focused in the recruitment market.  Sarah has worked with SME, global corporate, and public sector, clients across a multitude of industry sectors.  She has delivered and managed recruitment projects that have included volume recruitment for large scale projects, down to helping one-person operations take on their first employees.

After 13 years’ working with a regional agency that grew from less than £10M to £100M+ turnover during her employ (not solely her doing!), she left a pressured Corporate Sales role (with a fat salary and fast car) to experience the uncertainty and exhilaration of starting her own recruitment agency in 2009, with business partner Karen Eyke.  

There is not much that Sarah has not experienced in recruitment terms.  She is here to help you avoid the pitfalls of poor recruiting and learn how to build teams that will help you grow your business and reach your goals.

A keen student of human nature and behaviour, Sarah is still filled with wonder at the capacity of our fellow planet-dwellers to amuse, amaze, frustrate and surprise her.  While still very fond of people, she mostly prefers her cockerpoo and other animals. 


When you are recruiting for a new member of staff one of the most important things to take into consideration in the interview.  In an ideal world you want to make sure that you find the right candidate whilst at the same time making sure that the right candidate wants to work with you.

In this course our Recruitment Expert Sarah Bishop goes through certain techniques you can use when conducting your interviews to ensure you attract the perfect employee


Unfortunately this is the approach that a lot of business owners take especially when recruiting for their first member of staff.  If you do not take the interview seriously you might end up with HR problems in a few months or years.


Sarah will go through a number of basic and advanced interview techniques and test questions that you can use within your business to ensure that you are getting the results you hope for.

Course Contents

4 Videos

Course Curriculum

Competency Based Interviews
Behavioural Styles
Questioning Techniques
Psychometric Profiling