This is one of the issues with interviewing people. You can have the Jeremy Paxman style which is all antagonism, you can have the Parky style that draws out anecdotes and hidden secrets or you can have the Jimmy Young style and try and get balanced arguements based on fact.Quote:
Originally Posted by webman
Each is fantastic to watch or listen, but each gets different types of information depending on the interviewee.
From the question s that have been put forward so far I can pretty much say that I don't think any company trying to answer them would be able to put a positive spin on everything.
The fact that some companies actually *want* to talk to people is a starting point. We have been asking for information for some time and there is the chance that we can get it now ... and the cynics amongst us can always view it as ammunition about why the way *we* setup *our* network is actually best for the school ... at least that is what *I* have previously done ;-) (even if it did get ignored by the Head at the school I was at ... and once we were proved right and a different company came in he used our arguements to say 'thanks but no thanks', and fair play to him that he did.)