Kim felt good about her interviewing skills as she headed off to lunch after her first morning of conducting campus interviews at Midwestern State. Although she had not received any training and had not interviewed applicants before today, she felt that she was doing an excellent job. Kim had always thought she was a good judge of other people, and her interviewing experience confirmed that belief. She could look at an applicant's resume and predict, with almost infallible accuracy, whether the person would perform well in the interview or not. Applicants who Kim thought would be outstanding employees, based on her review of their résumés, performed well in their interviews. Kim rated them highly ...
Behavioral Confirmation of Interviewer Expectations
Behavioral confirmation of interviewer expectations