12 Ways to Conduct A Great Interview

One of the biggest mistakes you can make when conducting an interview is to just write some questions down for the interviewee. This post on Six Pixels of Separation explains some better beset practices, like having a conversation instead of an interview, allowing yourself to go outside of your agenda, and not saying anything (and old journalism trick). Another piece of interesting advice is to record the interview to review later (when you aren’t on the spot). You might find some answers more revealing upon later listening. 

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