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88 mistakes interviewers make-- and how to avoid them / by Uris, Auren(SAGE)1673851;
Subjects: Employment interviewing; Interviewing;
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Extraviewing : innovative ways to hire the best / by Bell, Arthur H.(Arthur Henry),1946-(SAGE)1741237;
Includes bibliographical references (p. 217-223) and index.Why extraviewing? -- Testing one, two, three -- Video- and computer-assisted interviewing -- Structured interviewing -- Reality interviewing -- VIP interviewing -- Team interviewing -- Interviewing help from agencies, services, and search firms -- Adjusting interview techniques to the future employee.
Subjects: Employment interviewing;
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How to become a skillful interviewer / by Sachs, Randi Toler(SAGE)1854441;
Subjects: Employment interviewing;
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101 great answers to the toughest interview questions / by Fry, Ronald W.(SAGE)1818616;
Subjects: Employment interviewing;
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Successful Interviewing : A Talent-Focused Approach to Successful Recruitment and Selection. by Miller, Tony.;
Cover -- Successful Interviewing: A Talent-Focused Approach to Successful Recruitment and Selection -- Contents -- Author's Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- Why a Process? -- STEP 1: Gathering Information -- STEP 2: Writing the Advertisement -- STEP 3: Prewriting the Interview Questions -- STEP 4: Short-Listing -- STEP 5: Testing -- STEP 6: Personality Profiling -- STEP 7: Finalizing the Interview Questions -- STEP 8: Pre-Interview Administration -- STEP 9: The Interview -- APPENDIX 1 -- APPENDIX 2 -- APPENDIX 3 -- Credits -- Index -- Ad Page -- Back Cover.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Employment interviewing.;
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Interviewing for a job [electronic resource (video)] / by Cambridge Educational (Firm)(SAGE)1949743; Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584;
Purpose of a Job Interview (1:20) -- Job Interview Advice (2:15) -- Job Interview Impressions: Passion Versus Pay (1:29) -- Interview Preparation (2:33) -- Interview Follow-Up (2:42)The most intimidating and the most crucial part of a job search, the interview either results in a job offer or it doesn't.no second chances. This program covers preparing for an interview, dressing for an interview, using body language to good advantage, articulating skills and abilities, answering difficult questions, and handling salary and benefits issues. Emphasis is placed on being prepared and relaxed during the most important step of the job search process.9 to 12.Mode of access: Internet.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Videorecording.; Employment interviewing;
© [2007], c2007., Films Media Group,
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Job Interview Success for Introverts. by McIntosh, Bob.;
Cover -- Copyright -- Credits -- About the Author -- About the Reviewers -- Contents -- Preface -- Chapter 1: Before the Interview -- Doing your research -- Your personal marketing campaign -- Written communications -- The CV -- The most important elements of the CV -- Making your CV easy to read -- Tailoring your CV to a particular job -- Prioritize statements -- Highlighting your accomplishments -- Proper length -- The cover letter -- The approach letter -- The LinkedIn profile -- Resembles the CV -- Requires constant activity -- Appeal to introverts -- Verbal communications -- Networking -- Various types of networking -- Informational interviews -- Follow up -- Summary -- Chapter 2: You've Landed the Interview, Now What? -- Research -- The position -- The company -- Preparation - approaching the interview -- First impressions -- Eye contact -- The handshake -- Smile -- Where to sit and your posture -- Small talk -- Types of interviews -- One-on-one -- Group interviews -- Situational interviews -- Telephone interviews -- The tough interview questions -- Traditional questions -- Situational questions -- Behavioral-based questions -- Concluding the interview -- Do you have any questions for us? -- The thank you note -- Summary -- Chapter 3: Some Difficult Questions You'll Face at the Interview -- Traditional questions -- Situational questions -- Behavioral-based questions -- One more thing -- Summary.If you identify as an introvert and your ambition and passion is hampered by anxiety about taking the next step in your career, this book is for you.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Employment interviewing;
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Precision Recruitment Skills : How to Find the Right Person for the Right Job, the First Time. by Matthews, Rod.;
Cover -- Precision Recruitment Skills: How to Find the Right Person For the Right Job, the First Time -- Contents -- How to Get the Most Out of This Book -- Acknowledgments -- CHAPTER 1: The Cost of Getting Recruitment Wrong -- CHAPTER 2: Precision Recruitment Process -- CHAPTER 3: Advertising and Dealing with the Response -- CHAPTER 4: Interview Preparation -- CHAPTER 5: Interviews -- CHAPTER 6: Advanced Questioning Skills -- CHAPTER 7: Advanced Listening Skills -- CHAPTER 8: After the Interview -- CHAPTER 9: How to Speed Up the Return on Your Investment -- APPENDIX: Job Aids, Reference Documents, and Freebies -- About the Author -- Index -- Ad Page -- Back Cover.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Employment interviewing.;
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Hire Smart and Keep 'em : How to Interview Strategically Using POINT. by Curtis, Joan C.;
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Foreword -- Introduction -- One: What Do You Know about Interviewing? -- Two: Recruiting: Finding the Right People to Apply -- Three: Using Behavior-Based Interviewing -- Four: The Power of Team Interviews -- Five: Keeping the Interview Legal -- Six: How to Create Trust in the Interview -- Seven: Listen with Intentionality -- Eight: Prominent Intentional Listening Skills: Probe, Paraphrase, and Flipside -- Nine: Less Prominent Intentional Listening Skills: Summary, Reality Test, and Reflection -- Ten: Testing the Effectiveness of the Interview: Deciding Whom to Hire -- Eleven: Sticky Situations in an Interview -- Twelve: Hire Smart and Keep 'Em: Retaining Your Best Hires -- Appendix A: Answers to Practice Exercises -- Appendix B: Action Verbs -- Appendix C: Interviewer's Guide -- Notes -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -- V -- W -- Y.With unemployment in the double digits, the job market is flooded with candidates. The importance of selecting and placing the most qualified person is greater than ever, yet many employees are ill-equipped to discern quality talent from a potentially poor fit. Fortunately, with proper training, even the most novice manager can become an astute hiring agent simply by honing effective interviewing skills.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Employment interviewing.;
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Answering Tough Interview Questions for Dummies. by Yeung, Rob.(DLC)1922957;
Intro -- About the Author -- Contents at a Glance -- Table of Contents -- Introduction -- About This Book -- Conventions Used in This Book -- Foolish Assumptions -- How This Book Is Organised -- Icons Used in This Book -- Where to Go from Here -- Part I: Making Sure You Shine in an Interview -- Chapter 1: Understanding the Interviewing Game -- Recognising What Interviewers Are Looking For -- Finding Out about Key Skills and Qualities -- Chapter 2: Doing Your Job Interview Homework -- Researching the Company -- Preparing Answers to Common Questions -- Dressing for Success -- Getting Ready to Go -- Chapter 3: Polishing Your Interview Performance -- Creating the Right Impact -- Building Your Confidence -- Getting Off to a Great Start -- Part II: Answering Tough Interview Questions -- Chapter 4: Talking about Yourself -- Handling General Questions about Yourself -- Talking about Basic Job Skills -- Chapter 5: Talking about Problems, Perceptions, and People -- Overcoming Interviewers' Common Worries -- Seeing Yourself As Others See You -- Discussing Your People Skills -- Chapter 6: Getting to Grips with Questions about Your Work -- Responding to Questions about Your Work -- Sidestepping Questions about Your Current Company -- Chapter 7: Talking about Why You Want a New Job -- Answering Questions about the Employer -- Answering Questions about What You're Looking For -- Evaluating Your Fit With the Organisation -- Deflecting Questions about Money -- Chapter 8: Thriving Under the Pressure Interview -- Maintaining Your Composure -- Responding To Leading Questions -- Responding to Closed Questions -- Fending Off Weird and Wonderful Questions -- Saying Something Is Better Than Saying Nothing -- Chapter 9: Succeeding at Competency-Based Interviewing -- Discovering the Rules of the Game -- Identifying Likely Questions.Questions about Your Thinking and Planning Skills -- Questions about Leading and Managing -- Questions about Your People and Customer Skills -- Questions about Your Personal Effectiveness -- Part III: Dealing with Tricky Questions and Other Situations -- Chapter 10: Responding to Questions for Graduates and School Leavers -- Questions for Graduates -- Questions for School Leavers -- Chapter 11: Handling Questions Aimed at Experienced Candidates -- Questions for Older Candidates -- Talking about Changes of Direction in Your CV -- Returning to Work -- Chapter 12: Handling Hypothetical and Analytical Questions -- Responding to Hypothetical Questions -- Defining Key Concepts -- Dealing Effectively with Numerical Challenges -- Chapter 13: Coping with Illegal and Personal Questions -- Countering Illegal Questions -- Talking about Life Outside of Work -- Talking About Your Health -- Chapter 14: Taking Control in Unusual Situations -- Dealing with Panel Interviews -- Handling Hi-Tech Interviews -- Getting Ready for Psychometric Tests -- Succeeding at Assessment Centres -- Part IV: Securing the Job of Your Dreams -- Chapter 15: Asking Great Questions -- Preparing the Right Questions for the Right Interview -- Turning Your Questions into a Discussion -- Chapter 16: Dotting 'I's and Crossing 'T's -- Wrapping Up the Interview -- Taking Notes after the Interview -- Sending Follow-Up Letters -- Ensuring Your References Are Positive -- Evaluating the Experience -- Part V: The Part of Tens -- Chapter 17: Ten Cardinal Sins of Interviewing -- Turning Up Late -- Getting the Dress Code Wrong -- Being Rude to Receptionists -- Getting Off to a Shaky Start -- Giving a Monologue -- Answering in Monosyllables -- Failing the Luton Airport Test -- Usurping the Balance of Power -- Discussing Money Too Soon -- Having No Questions to Ask.Chapter 18: Ten Tips to Creating the Perfect Career -- Knowing What You Want in a Job -- Understanding Yourself -- Working on Your Weaknesses -- Networking Widely -- Asking to See Offers in Writing -- Evaluating the Job Thoroughly -- Considering Culture Carefully -- Negotiating a Good Deal for Yourself -- Investing in Your Future -- Looking for Opportunities to Grow -- Index.Written for all job hunters - new entrants, mid-level people, very experienced individuals, and technical and non-technical job seekers - Answering Tough Interview Questions For Dummies is packed with the building blocks for show-stopping interviews.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Employment interviewing.;Interviewing.;
On-line resources: CGCC online access.;
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