Killer Interviews

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McGraw Hill Professional, 1996 - Business & Economics - 176 pages
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Ever wonder why some people always seem to walk away with great jobs, including candidates who haven't got half of what you have to offer? They succeed because they instinctively know how to play the interview game. But you can master itAndshy;Andshy;because strategy beats instinctAndshy;Andshy;and go on to clobber the competition! Let master coaches Fred and Barbara Ball transform you into an interview strategist who knows how to: . . Take advantage of the only three rules any intreviewee needs to know . Read interviewers like a bookAndshy;Andshy;by recognizing and responding to their predictable signals . Make those subtle adjustments in your presentation that can push you over the top . Walk the fine line between confidence and cockiness . Savor the "thrill of the kill"Andshy;Andshy;but not let it seduce you into accepting an offer that's wrong for you .

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Contents

Smart Preparation
13
Finesse the Interview
45
Selecting the Right Company
135
Copyright

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