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Brain-Based Behavioral Interview Guide: Using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® and Striving Styles™ Personality System
Dranitsaris, Anne, PhD
Sage, Kahuna Enterprises, Inc / Spiral or Cirlox / 2014-11-01 / 1771180854
Communication
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The Brain-based Behavioral Interview Guide blends personality type, brain specialization and psychological needs with behavioral interview questions. It helps you select questions that are relevant to a candidate based on how their brain is organized to function. By targeting the emotional needs of the candidate, it helps get to whether or not the job and work environment will provide them with enough need satisfiers for them to do their best work.

Using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® or the Striving Styles™ Personality System to determine how the candidate's brain is organized allows you to select specific questions that will help you hone in on the more challenging areas for the candidate's personality type. It also provides insight into the type of work environment the candidate functions optimally in, and allows you to ask questions regarding how they are using the unique strengths and the lesser-developed areas of their personality style. Brain-based behavioral interviewing lets you know in advance the need satisfiers and dissatisfiers of the candidate so you can compare the position and your work environment to the needs of the candidate to make sure you have a good fit.

The BBBI Guide includes:
• Introduction to Brain-based Behavioral Interviewing
• How to use the Guide
• General Information about the 16 Personality Types
• Conditions for Success
• Work Style
• 25 Behavioral Interview Questions for each of the 16 Types

The Brain-based Behavioral Interview Guide also has a directory of competencies for people who are not using a personality assessment with during the behavioral interview process. There is a comprehensive list of questions for eight different competency sections.

View the Table of Contents (pdf)

About the Author:

Dr. Anne Dranatsaris is a clinical psychotherapist and corporate therapist with more than 30 years experience in professional and personal development. She was named one of Oprah's top 10 proteges in 2009. Her work has been showcased in numerous issues of O. She lectures on a wide range of topics to major national and international corporations.


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