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"Do you want to Interview like an expert in 15 minutes? Amazing insights direct from a Fortune 500 executive can land you that offer!"
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I've read the 300+-pages-books Tuckerton refers to in the introduction. If you already know what makes a great contributor to any team or organization this is a lifesaver when it comes to getting a job, or hiring a new employee. Why? It's easy to make these tiny mistakes in an interview giving the wrong impression of yourself. It's not faking it, it's simply giving an accurate view of yourself. As for when hiring, Tuckerton gives examples of insightful questions that focus on BALANCE in a person. Most high-performing individuals aren't well-rounded, that's why they are high-performing, however, everyone needs to learn to manage behavior that gets in our way to perform at the highest possible level in a social setting.
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You're qualified for the job - it should be yours. Let me show you what goes through the head of the manager so you can use it to get that job offer.
In 15 minutes or less you can transform how you interview using a highly condensed set of recommendations in this book. Whether you are seeking an entry level or an experienced management position these behind the scenes insights will give you the edge. I see "bad" behaviors across all levels of interviews, without candidates even being aware of what they are doing that prevents them from being hired. You don't need to memorize 101 interview questions and answers. You need actual experiences from the other side of the table to guide you.
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Is the book you're reading now written by the person who decides to hire you, or by someone else involved in the process such as a recruiter or human resources role? If so their guidance may get you an interview, but won't give you insight into what goes through the manager's head when you aren't hired for the job.
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Unlike most books and seminars on how to conduct a job search and interview for a position, this information is highly refined and presented in a format you can use immediately. The majority of candidates who purchase a full book on interviewing struggle to fully read and “digest” the material presented, making it hard to apply that hard earned knowledge in a fast paced interview.
Without strong guidance on “what really matters” and “exactly how to respond”, books and seminars tend to not produce the desired results, and may not be effective in the long run in changing your interviewing behavior.
The information in this book can be put to use immediately to improve your interviewing skills and help you get that next job.
It represents the most popular job interview questions used by myself as well as thousands of other hiring managers when conducting interviews. It provides not only answers to difficult interview questions - but why these answers are the best interview answers so you can adapt your thinking to different types of job interviews.
By providing both questions and answers to interview questions, you get the benefit of not only how I've evaluated and made hiring decisions, but also the type of information that positions you as the best candidate for the job.
This list of common interview questions cover the most critical aspects of interviews I have conducted over 20 years - and understanding why the question is being asked, as well as seeing sample interview answers both good and bad will help you internalize and naturally learn how to respond to tough interview questions without having to think twice.
The top interview answers are provided for each question - these are the answers that I used to decide to hire a given candidate for the job position.
This insider's view of the interview process, from a real hiring manager, also gives you the top questions to ask during interviews - these are the questions that often position you far above other candidates, as they demonstrate your knowledge and interest in the company, the position, and focus on the right areas that managers are seeking.
These questions are asked at a job interview greater than 90% of the time - I actually ask ALL of these questions at every job interview. While I may look for other job interview questions as well, these are the core 7 I consider to be most important for judging whether a candidate is going to be selected for the position.
Spending 15 minutes with this guide, and re-reading it a few days later, will make you feel more confident about how to prepare for an interview.
By providing sample interview questions and answers, and real world examples of good and bad answers, you can prepare for any interview with confident.
Many of these questions are also duplicated by human resources when conducting phone interviews - common phone interview questions overlap these interview questions and answers often.
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