Showing posts with tag: One-on-One Interview

28 NOVEMBER 2018

Seven Steps to Interviewing Someone

Nothing beats a direct one-on-one interview for learning about the community and building relationships. Such interviews offer us a chance to get to know our neighbors in their own settings.  A basic unstructured interview may be the easiest type of interview to perform. Follow these seven steps. Access the setting. How do you “get in to” […]

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15 NOVEMBER 2018

Recruit a “Roving Listener”

Broadway United Methodist Church in Indianapolis offers one example of how to conduct interviews in the neighborhood. The church hired a “roving listener” to wander through the neighborhood and spend time with people he encountered. This person focused not on neighbors’ needs but on their gifts, passions, and hopes for the community. The interviewer asked […]

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10 MARCH 2018

How To Do A One-On-One Interview

“Sanity hangs on the thin thread of conversation,” wrote the poet W.H. Auden. Nothing beats a direct one-on-one interview for learning about the community and building relationships.  Calling it an interview implies something more disciplined than a simple conversation, though it need not necessarily more formal. Interviews serve a purpose.

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