Group Interviews

20 lessons
47min
4.98 (865 reviews)

In this course, Greg and Mary Daphne draw from their combined experience driving team consensus and navigating highlight selective recruiting processes, to provide a comprehensive guide to standing out in group interviews. It’s packed with unique insights and advanced strategies to equip you with the skills you need to make a great impression on the hiring manager.

Created by Gregory Root and Mary Daphne


Group Interviews

20 lessons
47min
4.98 (865 reviews)
Buy this course for $12.99

Lessons

Intro
2.1 Intro to Group Interviews
2.2 How Group Interviews are Structured
2.3 Understanding the Prompt
2.4 What the Hiring Manager is Looking for
2.5 What the Hiring Manager Doesn't Want to See
3.1 Intro to Being Heard
3.2 Eye Contact
3,3 Project Your Voice
3.4 Lean In
3.5 Smiling
4.1 Intro to Being the Guide
4.2 Focus on Structure
4.3 Focus on the Outcomes
5.1 Group Consensus
5.2 Be Polite and Considerate
5.3 Be Inclusive
5.4 Use the Power of Questions
6.1 Closing Thoughts
6.2 Wrapping Up

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About the author

Mary Daphne is CEO and Co-Founder of Explearning, a platform for developing personal and professional social skills. With an Ed.M in Applied Linguistics from Columbia University, Mary Daphne has over a decade of experience working in cross-cultural corporate communications as well as television and live to broadcast. She loves exploring the intersection of language, culture, and social interaction.

Greg is COO and Co-Founder of Explearning. With an MBA from the Wharton School of Business and proficiency in full-stack software development, Greg specializes in bridging technical and business needs, implementing cross-department initiatives that streamline business operations, drive sales, and position fledgling enterprises for rapid, sustained growth. Prior to Explearning, Greg was COO of a New York tech startup, which was acquired in 2018.