"Right on the mark!" (Tom Broitman, Price Waterhouse Coopers)
I was very disappointed with this book. The title should have clued me in but I was really interested in this as I am contemplating a job change soon. I was looking for a general strategy book on how to answer various interview questions. Instead the book was more a compiling of answers that someone else has given. Certainly I understand how to adapt the answers t use in my own interviews, however many of the answers sounded like something a yes man would say and others just sounded phony. I think it would have been more useful to have a book that said “when the job interviewer asks you what is your worst quality this is what they are really wanting to glean from your answer.” This book does not cover strategies, at least in the first hour. I listened to almost an hour of it before I nodded off so it might have improved after that but I doubt it. I would pass on this one if I had it to do over again.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful
Overall this was a good book. Well thought out, well written and the narrator does a great job too. Some very good thoughts and advice were presented in this and the information was put in way to make it easy to listen/follow, understand and most importantly, remember.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful