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How to succeed at interviews

Author: Rob Yeung
Publisher: Oxford : How To Books, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 4th edView all editions and formats
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Leading business psychologist Rob Yeung shows potential interview candidates how to cope with trick questions and how to ask questions that make a great impression.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rob Yeung
ISBN: 9781845284428 1845284429
OCLC Number: 697777139
Notes: Previous edition: 2008.
Description: xiii, 220 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Doing your homework --
Making a strong impact --
Handling nerves and building confidence --
Dealing with commonly-asked questions --
Talking about your personal qualities --
Responding to competency-based questions --
Handling weird, wonderful and wrongful questions --
Answering questions about different stages of your career and life --
Asking great questions --
Succeeding with psychometric tests, assessment centres, and other types of interview --
Ending on a high note --
Signing on the dotted line.
Responsibility: Rob Yeung.

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Leading business psychologist Rob Yeung shows potential interview candidates how to cope with trick questions and how to ask questions that make a great impression.
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'Clearly written and to the point.' Sunday Times 'Yeung's book is clearly written and to the point - to be interviewed without having read it is an opportunity missed.' Sunday Times '...the type of Read more...

 
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