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Publisher's Summary

Here's the audiobook that reveals the inside story to conducting effective job interviews. Outlining the whole interview process, from preparation to close and follow-up, the authors provide sound advice on how to:

  • Apply 45 key principles to the job interview situation
  • Develop winning answers to 101 important questions
  • Deal with personality, motivation, education, and salary
  • Respond to negative questions with positive answers
  • Communicate positive nonverbal messages
  • Handle behavioral questions confidently
  • Ask 30 key questions about the job and the employer

Filled with useful tips and examples this audiobook can make the difference between being accepted or rejected for the job. Don't leave for your next job interview without first reviewing this sage advice on what you need to do to nail the job interview and get the job!

©2003 Caryl and Ron Krannich; (P)2004 Listen and Live Audio, Inc.

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A Reference Book for Interviewing

This book is a primer on interviewing only suitable for the first-time interviewers. On a micro level, it's a book of lists with no concrete advice or specific examples of how to answer common (or for that matter tricky) questions. On a macro level, it provides no overall interviewing strategy, ie how to structure your 30 minutes in the chair. I've read 2 other books on this topic, and in comparison, I found Kranich's book to be a complete waste of time.

25 of 28 people found this review helpful

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  • steve
  • kearny, NJ, United States
  • 11-20-12

Worth the Listen

You would think that much of this is common sense but when it comes to people, common sense isn’t always common. Love the do’s and the don’ts section and overall, I thought this was well worth the listen. Great narrator too.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Not Useful

Bought this because I had a job interview coming up, but found most of the advice in this book was simple and obvious. This must be aimed at people who have never done an interview before, not people who want to improve their interview skills.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful