It turned out the friend had been given the wrong start time. She seemed composed only because she did not realise she was late. http://iansanchezbest.haralsoncounty.org/2017/04/19/some-practical-guidance-on-speedy-plans-for-guidance-for-interview/Dana writes: The key psychological insight here is that people have no trouble turning any information into a coherent narrative. This is true when, as in the case of my friend, the information (i.e., her tardiness) is incorrect. People who have studied personnel psychology have known this for years, he argues. For example, in 1979, when the University of Texas Medical School was ordered to increase its incoming class size it admitted more than 50 students who had previously been rejected at interview stage. These students subsequently did just as well as their classmates in terms of academic performance, clinical performance and honours earned. In other words the judgement of the interviewers would seem to have no role in discerning the most able applicants. More worryingly still, job interviews can actually detract from other more valuable information about candidates. In one example from Danas own research, 76 students were asked to interview other students. Using information gleaned from the interview along with previous academic results and an upcoming course schedule, the interviewer was then asked to predict the future success of the interviewee. They were then asked to predict the future success of a second student based on paper alone that is, without the interview. The result? The predictions made without the interview turned out to be by far the more accurate. Dana concludes that people are overly confident in their own ability to build an accurate picture of someone from a face to face conversation. We believe that chatting to someone for a mere 10 minutes gives us a better sense of who they are and what they can offer than their CV, experience, references and records.
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