Instant Interviewing

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Kogan Page, 2001 - Business & Economics - 118 pages
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Managers never have enough time to prepare before they have to conduct an interview. They might be asked to interview candidates at short notice or slot the task around an already busy workload. Interviewing is a crucial exercise, but one that inevitably gets pushed down the priority stack."Instant Interviewing" will boost interview skills fast while its simple structure makes it easy to find just what is needed in the limited time available. With practical advice, proven tips and with a set of easy-to-use activities this book will help readers to improve their interview techniques immediately. The book also includes a series of 'killer' questions on various topics - to help find out the true strength of candidates behind either nerves or overconfidence. As with other books in the series each exercise also has a star rating showing the strength of the technique in a variety of situations

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About the author (2001)

BRIAN CLEGG holds a degree in physics from Cambridge University and a master's degree in operational research. A consultant and well-known columnist in the business and technology field, he is the author of a dozen books, including Creativity, Imagination Engineering, and Instant Brainpower.

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