Teamwork, Role-playing game (group activity, cooperation, brainstorming).
Paper and pen to write the roles. Paper and pens for the interviewers to brainstorm about their questions.
- Inspire creativity through brainstorming.
- Develop interview/communication skills.
- Encourage problem-solving skills.
- Become more confident.
- Divide the participants into 7 pairs.
- Ask them to choose a table and turn the paper upside down.
- Work as a team and think about 5 questions related to the job title.
- Switch tables clockwise when instructed.
- Start interviewing for 8 minutes.
- Decide if the person is approved or not.
- 10 minutes to think about the questions
- 7 minutes to prepare the questions; switch tables
- 3 minutes for interviewing and decision
- 10 minutes for conclusion and feedback
- 10 minutes to encourage people to give more detailed answers to the questions
- How did the interview go?
- Were the questions relevant?
- How do you feel after the interview?
- What is your feedback related to the body language of the fellow participant while answering the questions?
- The pairs can be less than 7.
- The topics of discussion can be changed depending on the subject and the target group.
- Timelimit can be different depending on the time that is given.
- Each participant should come up with five general interview questions.
- They should avoid questions that can be answered with a simple “yes” or “no”.
- Firstly, one of the participants interviews the other by acting as an employer.
- Then, the other way around
- In case the weather is bad: change the location and go inside.