Indipendentemente dal vostro aspetto curato, dal vostro curriculum efficace e da quanto siete idonei al tipo di lavoro offerto, se non avete preparato delle risposte vincenti ai quesiti del vostro intervistatore, non otterrete il lavoro. Oltre mezzo milione di persone nel mondo hanno usato questo libro per sviluppare e affinare le proprie tecniche del colloquio, per conoscere le metodologie applicate dalle aziende nella selezione del personale e per rispondere con entusiasmo e sicurezza a ogni domanda, anche la più difficile, da «Perché ha deciso di lasciare il suo attuale posto di lavoro'» a «Quando può cominciare'».
- ISBN: 8850214995
- Casa Editrice: TEA
- Pagine: 176
This book was recommended to me by a friend of mine while we were talking about internships, job applications, and that sort of general process. I bought it in November but haven’t really had the time to devote to it (I saw some worksheets and figured it was more of a “dedicate-some-time-to-this” bo Leggi tutto
A nice quick read, explains and goes through common interview questions that can either set you in good grace or get you off an employer's hiring list. I guess it can be helpful to some people.
I read this book in prepping for an interview, but it is good to read it even if you're just updating your resume/CV. That particular interview was mostly a behavioral interview, where you are told to explain specific times you displayed attributes like composure, initiative, etc. There was also a h Leggi tutto
I can’t even remember why this was on my to-read list, as I am not currently interviewing for anything, but it will be helpful when I have to update my resume for a promotion. It has some good info, even if the answers felt a bit common sense.
Whatever you do, don't be yourself! Just tell them what they want to hear! Use the word "challenge" in every sentence! Answer every question with meaningless bullshit, and always remember: what's good for the company is good for you! Productivity for all! There's also a typo in the section on how to Leggi tutto
Appears to be a very popular book. Practical advice. Very useful book.
A quick read through this book is probably the equivalent of 1-2 practice interviews. It's one of the better resources I have seen for laying out the basics of how to interview. I would suggest this to anyone who has never interviewed before or for those that haven't in a while and need a quick refr Leggi tutto
I think this is a good book to read for a broad introduction to interviewing. I had an early 90s edition, so some of the information is obsolete or illegal to ask. I do wish it was more focused on my industry, because a lot of the questions I'll likely be asked aren't even close to the examples give Leggi tutto
I was pleasantly surprised by the jovial tone and wealth of information - and that all the situations didn't just apply to sales and the corporate world. Compared to another awful title I read, this was useful, to the point, not too repetitive, and actually helped with the interview I had yesterday
I don’t know if this book helped me at all. There was one chapter about someone like me (22 year old just out of college looking for entry level position). But mostly it seemed like the advice and example answers were for someone with years of experience interviewing now for a management position. A Leggi tutto
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