Interviewing - Getting That Jobby Jane Tredgett
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It is useful to understand body language to appreciate what interviewers are really saying.
Like many other topics around communication, being an effective listener is vital to help you answer the questions appropriately.
There is some overlap between these topics and there are more hints and tips to be gained by reading both.
Good questions are a major aspect of interviewing – better quality questions generally mean better selected applicants!
If you do not manage to establish rapport with the person conducting the interview, you are most unlikley to get the job.
Essential managers series. Interviewing skills
Tim Hindle, published by Dorling Kindersley in 1997, 72 pages
This is a handy, short, to the point and practical guide on how to conduct interviews. It is easy read, covers all the key points and has some good visuals on what to do and not do. Although it is geared at the Interviewer, it does give the interviewee a good perspective.
How to be headhunted: the art of building and sustaining your professional reputation
Yvonne Sarch, published by Random House Business Books Ltd, January 1991, 240 pages
Aimed mainly at executives, this book is about getting people to come to you with proactive job offers. However there are several topics that link well to being good at writing applications and presenting yourself well at interview.
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