Successful strategies for sailing through that interview-without stress. The interview is the final act, where a job candidate will either sink or swim. This third edition is full of tips and techniques for answering those difficult questions and making a great impression. It explains why "informational interviewing" is the most effective research and networking strategy for job hunters. Also included are numerous interviews with executive recruiters and a complete overview of the unique compensation packages being created today.
Table of Contents
What Employers Look For. The Art and Skill of Preparation. Typical Questions. Red Flags: Employer Objections. Behavior--Based Questions: The Newest Trend. Not--So--Typical Questions. Want to Dance? The Psychology of Interviewing. Body English. Dealing with the Unexpected. Your Turn to Ask. The Morning After: Follow--Up and Follow--Through. The Headhunter Connection. Customs and Protocol for Interviewing with Foreign Companies. Talking Money. The Wheel Comes Full Circle--Evaluating Job Offers. Interview Log. Index.
ARLENE S. HIRSCH is a psychotherapist and career counselor in Chicago who has contributed frequently to the National Business Employment Weekly.