The final stage of the diagnostics process.
A one on one interview is a conversation between the interviewer and the other party and both will come up with an opinion after the process ends. The aim is to obtain detailed information about the other person’s feelings, perceptions and opinions along with asking more detailed questions and clarifying ambiguities and pressing on for full answers or following up on incomplete answers.
Information in a one on one interview is detailed and systematic. The interviewer has the opportunity to observe the candidates facial expressions and body language which in turn will give the interviewer a clearer indication of the other person’s true, honest feelings and thus can pass a clearer and stronger judgement. The use of these social cues (i.e. voice, intonation, body language, facial expressions) can give the interviewer a lot of information that can be added to the verbal answers given by the collocutor.