Expert Skills for the
Occasional Interviewer


Did you know that most people are not naturally good interviewers? All too often, the occasional interviewer gets left behind when it comes to interview training. And yet you still have a responsibility to make important decisions based on the information obtained from an interview.

Whether it be employment interviews with external candidates, interviews with internal staff, workplace enquiry interviews or even B2B negotiations, interviewing is a skill that should not be left to chance. Without the necessary training, interviewers can miss critical information resulting in suboptimal decisions. This in turn can have costly consequences for a business or organisation.

This one-day program is essential training for anyone who conducts interviews on occasion or on a semi-regular basis – whether that be once a week, once a month or once a year!

With over 17 years experience conducting interview training across multiple business and government sectors, behavioural trainer and truth coach, Elly Johnson, will fast-track your ability to conduct more effective interviews. You will learn how to get useful and relevant information from people and boost your ability to know when the truth is being hidden or twisted.

This content-rich workshop will immediately lift your skills and awareness, provide you with practical skills, and amplify your confidence to conduct better interviews to make better informed decisions.

In this one-day workshop you will learn:

  • The 6 essential elements to effective interviewing
  • 11 Common pitfalls to successful interviewing
  • How to better prepare and ask questions to get the information you need
  • How to connect faster and get someone to open up and be more truthful
  • How to be a more confident, efficient and respected interviewer
  • To better read body language and look for behavioural hot spots
  • To notice subtle or hidden emotions that signal stress or possible deception
  • How you as the interviewer impact on the outcome and success of the interview

Investing in staff and management who conduct interviews will reduce the risk of important information being missed and poor decisions being made.