Brilliant Interview (Revised Edition) : What employers want to hear and how to say it
What do interviewers really want from a candidate? How do they decide whether to hire you or someone else? What can you do to make it you? The second edition of this best selling, practical and interactive book tells you exactly what you need to know. Full of healpful tips, examples, horror stories and quizzes, it is both clear enough for new interviewees, and has enough detail and thought-provoking ideas to revamp the technique of those more practiced at job interviews. Read this book and arm yourself with the advantage of knowing what interviewers are looking for and how supply it. Learn to show yourself in the best possible light and maximise your chances of getting the job. DON'T BE GOOD, BE BRILLIANT.
- Paperback | 208 pages
- 136 x 219 x 17mm | 260g
- 31 Dec 2008
- Pearson Education Limited
- Harlow, United Kingdom
- 2nd edition
Table of contents
Acknowledgements Introduction Part 1 Before the interview 1 What to expect 2 How to prepare 3 First impressions Part 2 During the interview 4 Coping with nerves 5 Projecting the right image 6 The interview 7 The most popular interview questions 8 Tough interview questions 9 Your own questions 10 Competency-based interviews 11 Psychometric tests 12 Assessment centres 13 Second interviews Part 3 After the interview 14 What to do while you're waiting to hear 15 What to do if you get the job 16 What if you miss out on the job?
About Ros Jay
Ros Jay runs a small business and is also the author of a number of bestselling careers and business books. Her bestselling books include: Fast Thinking Managers Manual (editor and major contributor), Brilliant Interview, Successful Candidate, How to Build A Great Team and White Ladder Diaries