Do you recognize the feeling that you did not fully receive or obtain the complete set of information in the meeting you just left? Then you know that asking the right questions is not always sufficient in order to get the desired answers.
But what more can you do? And how do you know whether you have collected the most relevant input?
Where we use the term ‘interview’, we actually refer to a broad spectrum of meetings and conversations. As we see it, a lot of the business meetings, workshops and conversations we are in, involve the gathering, interpreting and exchange of information. All these conversations have an ‘interview component’ in it.