Highlight the main character traits, knowledge and skills that will be needed new employee. Make a few questions that will help you understand whether the applicant will cope with the work, if you hire him. You can also play small scenes: for example, ask the applicant's consultant to convince you to buy a particular product.
Do not be late for an interview. In some companies practiced stressful interrogation, when an employee of the personnel department or the chief causes of the applicant to wait for it for 20-30 minutes, and then arranges the conversation instead of an interrogation, allowing himself to raise his voice and even offend a potential employee. Do not do this: so you can scare away a valuable candidate and ruin the reputation of the company.
Talk to the applicant kindly and calmly, that he did not feel uncomfortable. Ask him to tell briefly about yourself, your education and work experience. Ask why he wants to work in your organization, what skills, knowledge and skills have. At the same time, try to ask questions so that the applicant gave a detailed answer. Questions that can be answered yes or no, and issues-tips when the question has already laid answers are excluded.
Do not forget that the applicant at the interview and also evaluates you and your organization. Try to make a good impression and convince the candidate that the work you love him. Otherwise, you may miss a valuable employee.