Behavioural Interviewing (In-house)
Steve Van Aperen provides exclusive private and corporate behavioural analysis interview training, to both senior professionals,HR Managers and human resources staff. Behavioural Analysis Interview training is particularly useful for investigators, police, media, customs and defense personnel.
This training is all about breaking down and analysing the interview process in detail, from the communication and power dynamic to how body language and expressions inform impressions. If you’ve ever had an interview you thought went well but you didn’t get the job, or if you’ve ever hired someone who turned out to be nothing like they seemed at interview, this training will prove incredibly valuable.
These one and two day training courses examine the following areas:
Understanding the communication process
What makes a successful interviewer
Passive V Active Listening
Barriers to effective interviewing
Using rapport during the bench marking process
Guidelines to Facilitate Interactive Rapport Building
Mirroring, Leading and Anchoring
Analysing Verbal behaviours
Understanding response latency
Analysing Non-verbal Behaviours
Typical truthful behaviours.
Typical deceptive behaviours.
Non-verbal behaviours – four main categories:
Significant posture changes
Personal grooming gestures
Supportive and protective gestures
Eye contact and facial changes
Characteristics of body language
Visual Processing Auditory Processing
Effective Behavioural Analysis Questions
Practical interviewing exercises
Analysing content & structure
Analysing and dissecting various videos for deception