Dynamite Networking for Dynamite Jobs: 101 Interpersonal, Telephone, and Electronic Techniques for Getting Job Leads, Interviews and Offers

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Impact Publications, 1996 - Business & Economics - 198 pages
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This book provides practical guidance on how to organise and mobilise effective job networks, prospect for new job leads, write effective networking letters, and conduct informative interviews. Examines 29 major employment changes; why you should focus on the hidden job market; networking mistakes; effective cold calling techniques; the 5R's of information interviews; when and how to use new electronic networks. The first book to include interpersonal, telephone, and electronic networking together.

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Krannich is one of America's leading travel and career writers. He is President of Development Concepts Incorporated. He has a PhD in Political Science.

Krannich is one of America's leading travel and career writers.

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