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More Than a Gut Feeling IV
Program length: 28:00

More Than a Gut Feeling is one of the most popular training films ever. Based on the work of Industrial Organizational Psychologist Paul C. Green, PhD—a recognized pioneer of the behavior-based interviewing (BBI) strategy—it has been used worldwide in organizations of all types and sizes.

This revised and updated 4th edition features:

  • additional coverage on how to uncover behavioral predictors
  • meaningful insight on how a thorough job analysis can be the basis for developing effective behavior-based interviewing questions.
  • practical interviewing techniques that help organizations build their best team, while saving time and money.
The course helps interviewers go beyond making hiring decisions based primarily on how they feel about a candidate. Behavior-based questions enable them to gain specific examples of what a candidate has done in the past, and these examples then act as a predictor of how the person is likely to perform in the position for which they've applied.

Rooted in the behavioral science developed by Dr. Paul Green, More Than a Gut Feeling IV provides invaluable insight and unparalleled expertise while teaching managers how to:
  • Plan a logical, structured interview that includes pre-planned interview questions.
  • Recognize the importance of developing an interview plan based on thorough knowledge of the job to be filled.
  • Understand that a behavioral example is a specific life-history event that can be used to determine the presence or absence of a skill.
  • Probe further and seek out behavioral predictors.
  • Use interviewing techniques that allow for interviewer control.
  • Make selection decisions based on facts and information — not on gut feeling.
  • Use the concept of “the best predictor of future behavior is past behavior” and how it is important in the behavioral-based interview process.
  • Recognize why some questions cannot be legally asked in the interview process.

Specifically, the course provides "how to" instruction on:
  • Asking rapport-building questions
  • Discussing the job
  • Taking notes and explaining why
  • Asking specific, open-ended questions to get specific answers
  • Probing for behavioral predictors
  • Allowing for silence if necessary
  • Maintaining control
  • Getting contrary evidence
  • Evaluating

Online Individual Self-paced Learning options include
  • eLearning - For more information on the eLearning option, please contact us at 1-800-408-5657.
  • Streaming - provides streaming of the More Than a Gut Feeling IV video only. Contact us for more information

These options can be accessed online or licensed through your LMS  (SCORM format). 

Facilitator-Led Classroom Training - includes DVD or USB containing the More Than a Gut Feeling IV video, a Leader's Guide, Employee Quizzes, PowerPoint set. (supplemental products available: Interviewing: More Than a Gut Feeling How-to Book and a Slide Rule of Legal and Illegal Questions.)

Produced by MLI, master-distributed by Sollah

Related Video Programs:
Manager Moments: Interviewing and Termination Do's and Don'ts
ACTIONS Speak! Behavioral Interviewing with Dr. Paul Green 
Can I Ask That? - Legal Interviewing

Languages Available (sold separately): French, French Canadian, German, Italian, Portuguese (subtitle), Simplified Chinese (subtitle), Spanish


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Honest opinions from the managers and employees who use our training products in the real world.
More Than a Gut Feeling IV
reviewed by 3 people
    Trainer - Professional Trainer
More Than a Gut Feeling discusses and demonstrates past behavioral interviewing in a practical and memorable way. The information is straightforward and well supported by the scenarios. Any manager or supervisor who interviews and hires will benefit from this program.

  • Interesting and informative.
  • Strong learning points supported by realistic interview examples.
  • Excellent discussion about contrary evidence.
  • Some viewers may find the ending predictable and silly.
3 out of 3 people thought the following review was helpful:
    Susan Gutierrez - Goodwill Southern California
I am a trainer in a company where the concepts of emotional intelligence and behavioral interviewing are new. We are currently adapting core competencies for values-based behavior, and slowly I find the level of interest growing for new skills in interviewing. This is the first video I have found that supports what I have been teaching - on my own - for years. Additionally, it has real-life, believable scenarios and is structured to provide a complete training package without hiring any outside speakers or materials. Thank you!
0 out of 1 people thought the following review was helpful:
    Diane Samsonavicius - US Army AMCOM Learning Resource Center
I use the More Than a Gut Feeling I in closing my Interviewing Techniques and Tips class. Our organization is developing one-hour lunch and learn classes for government employees. More Than a Gut Feeling I, II and III would be a good video series to use in a three-month program in Interviewing lunch and learn classes. These videos would keep the discussion on track and within the time constraints. I will recommend the use of these videos to my supervisor.