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And although the title (and cover) is catchy, it doesn't begin to cover all that you'll find in this guide. So much more awaits in the pages that follow.😊
As someone who has always enjoyed and excelled at interviews over the years, I know that I am in the minority in that regard. I take on any interview as a GOOD challenge and learning experience.
But many people truly hate going for interviews and that equates into a less than stellar experience that often leads to not landing a job that in reality might have been a good fit for them; had they been able to present themselves in a calm and focused manner.
We all get nervous when it comes to meeting people, in new situations and interviews are no exception. But when that nervousness ends up ruining someone's chances for a coveted job opportunity, it's most unfortunate and unnecessary too.
So how do you get to the point of actually enjoying the interview process and more importantly, nailing that perfect job?
Start by reading this eBook!😂
The author has not only offered answers to many common interview questions, but he also explains various scenarios that may come up at all kinds of interviews, and how to deal with them to your best advantage.
A wealth of interview do's and don't are included and shared in an entertaining and thoughtful way. There is a personable style to the author's writing that I particularly enjoyed. Definitely not a "copy and paste from the internet" guide that happens all to often in similar books.
If you are planning a career change in the future or have an interview pending right now, give this guide a thorough read through and heed the advice that is shared. You have nothing to lose and so much potentially to gain!
Geraldine Helen Hartman, author of: Laughing at the Grim Reaper! Gems of Wisdom for Aging Well
I am seriously surprised by these kinds of books which are mediocre but still have good ratings. This book is as mediocre as anything can be. The author talks about not talking much about your personal life when asked about "Tell me about yourself"-Is that even something he should stress upon? Isn't that obvious that it is a job interview and you have talk about your professional career? Maybe this book has a certain audience but it is not for all levels. Disappointed
I purchased this book not for use as an interviewee, but an interviewer. I wanted to learn better ways to meet with potential employees and assess their potential. I learned that, as well as seeing the positive, thoughtful answers that can be a benefit to any business interaction, as well as personal interactions. From that standpoint, it's an excellent, effective book.
That said, if I interviewed someone and all of their answers were this polished, they would seem almost too perfect for the job. This would leave me wondering where and when the fatal flaw would appear, and actually hesitate to hire them over someone with strong, but not 100% perfect answers. As with all of life, balance is key.
Times have changed for job hunters. No longer are resumes one-size-fits-all, and there is no guarantee that your resume will even make the cut beyond the scanner softwares that now screen applicants. This book is an absolute must for anyone who wishes to change careers. The author, who is an HR professional for one of the nation’s largest companies, clearly explains how to organize your job search strategy, how write your resume in a way that will get it SEEN by a human, how to make it to the interview round, and then how to answer the dreaded interview questions. Transform your interview skills with this super helpful book.
The author lays out the questions in an easy to read format for any type of profession. This book was extremely helpful when I was preparing for behavioral interviews. Having been in the corporate environment for over 8 years, I thought I knew everything about interviewing. Clearly not! A MUST READ for anyone who is looking to set themselves a part from the rest of the candidates.
I failed about 13 interviews in a month in a half before buying this book. After reading the book and spending the appropriate amount of preparation time, I passed a 4.5 hour interview for the job I wanted.
Most people looking for a job usually have to compete with numerous candidates to secure a position. Going through interviews can be nerve-racking for most people but it does not have to be.....with a little preparation and help from this book. The author has written about how to prepare for interviews, do's and dont's and how to research the position.
Overall, I found this book to be helpful and recommend it to anyone looking for a job.