The best interview questions tell you about the person behind the resume – and speak to details not on a resume.
This is another post on what are the best interview questions to ask. Most of these posts focus on the traditional, standard, stupid, inane, canned, and silly questions that have no relevance to future success. For example, how can the candidate know how they can help your organization if you don't first discuss performance expecations. Secondly, asking deep value/character based questions about frustrations, motivations, feelings - will generate superficial responses until a high degree of trust has been established.
The one question I did like on this post was the one about "what will your former boss say when I..."
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