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    Prepare.
    Set the tone.
    Prepare a script.
    Listen to your instincts.
    Know what you want.
    Manage your time.
    Write it down.


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    Know your ideal candidate.
    Involve the team.
    Track new talent pools.
    Measure performance metrics.
    Think ahead.


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    In the wide sense, meeting is the cycle whereby people (typically two) trade data. The people might be worried about an employment opportunity,


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    The interview style you should have is a casual one. Everyone is prepares for canned questions, and those questions are robotic to begin with. Give them a curveball question and their real personality will come through.


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