Treasure Hunter

Venue: Istanbul

Location: Istanbul, Turkey

Event Date/Time: Jul 06, 2009
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The two-day training covers profiling, job description based on competencies and top performance, and links interviewing to competencies. Participants can probe themselves in various interview related role-plays and gain benchmark information from each other.


The two days training is very tight as far as timing is concerned. The course will consist of lectures, supplemented by individual & group exercises and also role-plays drawn from real life examples or practical experience. The objective is for participants to fully understand the role of HR during the recruitment process and learn the concepts and tools around the latest interview techniques.

Knowledge Pre-Requisites:

No previous detailed knowledge required. The training is based on the assumption that people have some interview experience. Any knowledge on competencies is ideal but not a pre-requisite. Depending on participants’ prior knowledge, the first morning of the first day might be slightly rearranged or enhanced with competency model.

Our Expert Traner: Judit Enczi

Judit Enczi is a search professional with 15 years‘ experience of conducting research & selection for retained executive search firm, HILL International. Judit has successfully completed a number of recruitment and executive search assignments with particular focus in the technology, life sciences, trading and service sectors. In this regard, she works very closely with clients on issues of organization, strategy, position descriptions, etc.

She has been training HR professionals and business managers in competence based interview techniques in Hungary and CEE region for over 9 years. She has also run workshops on executive search and managed assessment centres.

Ms. Enczi was born and raised in Hungary. After taking a Biologist degree, she gained educational scholarship to the Netherlands, Germany and Spain. She also holds an MBA from London Business School – Economic University of Budapest.

Key topics:

Identify and focus on competencies and criteria related to outstanding performance (‚core-skills‘ )
Employ a formalised, objective structure as a means to standardise the interview process
Raise the ability to perceive others more objectively
Increase the comfort level when taking decisions about applicants and get prepared for job selling
Create a better relationship between HR and managers, involve them in a more effective search & selection process
Understand why it is important to dedicate time and effort for the search & selection of new employees.

Who should attend:

HR Generalists and experts, managers involved in search & selection or performance appraisal