Interview Question & Answer Book
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You’ve made it to the interview.
Now you’re in the hot seat.
What are you going to say?
So, your CV has got you through the door. Well done. Now you need to be as impressive in person as you were on paper. And at the end of the interview you have to leave behind the impression of someone who is smart, resourceful, intuitive, able to handle pressure and perfect for the job.
In this book, leading expert James Innes reveals the proven methodology he has used with hundreds of his clients to help them ace their interviews. It covers every technique and tactic to help you give authentic, interesting and job-winning answers to every question you are likely to encounter.
§ how to plan and prepare for a multitude of different interview questions
§ how to avoid cliché and deliver fresh, interesting answers that mark you out as an outstanding candidate
§ how to really make an impact when handling questions, from the most predictable to the most challenging.
With this book you can be fully prepared for every type of question. Never again will you feel stumped by a tricky question. From now on you will feel completely at ease and confident that you can deliver the right answers to land the job.
The Interview Question & Answer Book has full, free online support – including a random question generator and many other resources at www.ineedacv.co.uk/readertools
About the Author:
James Innes is widely considered to be one of the UK’s leading careers experts following more than a decade of experience heading up The CV Centre, the UK’s leading CV consultancy,. He regularly participates at recruitment fairs and conferences as a sought-after guest speaker, as well as being interviewed on TV and radio.
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Descrizione libro FT Press, 2012. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Never used!. Codice libro della libreria P110273763717