Cracking the Code to a Successful Interview 15 Insider Secrets from a Top-Level Recruiter

Book Name: Cracking the Code to a Successful Interview: 15 Insider Secrets from a Top-Level Recruiter
Author: Evan G. Pellett
Publisher: Blackstone Publishing
ISBN-10: 1441700536,9781441700537
Year: 2016
Pages: 111 Pages
Language: English
File size: 1 MB
File format: PDF

Cracking the Code to a Successful Interview: 15 Insider Secrets from a Top-Level Recruiter Pdf Book Description:

If you’re reading this book, you’ve taken a major step to becoming one of the elite few who’ll have a unique level of understanding about the interview process. Through my experience as a top-level recruiter, I can offer an insider view that isn’t available to guidance counselors or career coaches. There is no book on the market, no system other than this one, that actually offers insight into the minds of hiring managers from leading companies and gives you strategies to make those insights work for you. Most career coaches have never spent time inside an actual corporation as a recruiter. As such, most of their information is outdated and learned from external sources rather than direct internal experience. The advice most colleges and career placement agencies offer is similar to what they offered fifteen years ago. In other words, it’s not current, either. These colleges and career places mean well and do their best. Often, though, they can’t give you more than the basics.

If you’ve been interviewing for some time without results, you may be battling feelings of discouragement. If you haven’t yet dipped a toe in those waters but are contemplating a change of position or career, you may be anticipating the interview process with some degree of fear. Either one of these states can sabotage your success by undermining your confidence. If you follow the prescribed plan in this book, you’ll begin to learn how to manage your emotional states and look within to conquer fear and doubt. You’ll also discover that by practicing the methods in this book, you’ll alleviate your fears and actually become energized and excited at the prospect of an interview, rather than fearful. However, when you don’t visualize success and practice enough to feel confident walking into the interview, you’ve sabotaged yourself before you’ve even begun.

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