The Smart Guide to the Perfect Job Interview

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The perfect book for learning how to win the job you want.

Learn to distinguish yourself from competitors with this comprehensive, powerful collection of techniques and insights from a former senior executive who used them to build his own career.

Former fighter pilot and senior business executive, David Holmes, incorporates his own experience and the lessons learned from the mistakes he and his colleagues saw...

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Overview

The perfect book for learning how to win the job you want.

Learn to distinguish yourself from competitors with this comprehensive, powerful collection of techniques and insights from a former senior executive who used them to build his own career.

Former fighter pilot and senior business executive, David Holmes, incorporates his own experience and the lessons learned from the mistakes he and his colleagues saw from hundreds of job candidates to help you fashion an individualized, workable solution to your interview challenges.

Learn how to shine when compared to your competition:

Get "inside information" on what makes a great job interview

Build a disciplined, systematic approach

Discover how to avoid common interview mistakes

Learn proprietary, innovative techniques like: personal scripts with scene-stealing dialogue, the "chair-flying" practice method, world-class research frameworks, checklists and timelines

Integrate enhancement skills: leadership, client relations, and new business development

Construct a "real world" resume, study sample mock interview sessions, and develop a follow-up plan

You will benefit from this book if you are:

Currently unemployed

Changing careers

Moving up in your field

Entering or graduating from a college/professional school

Leaving the military

An international student/professional interviewing at a US firm

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780983442165
  • Publisher: Smart Guide Publications, Inc.
  • Publication date: 3/31/2012
  • Series: Smart Guides Series
  • Pages: 389
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

David "Dallas” Holmes was a warrior, a fighter pilot who beat the odds by successfully transitioning from the government to Wall Street in New York at the age of 44. After departing from a Swiss investment bank in 2007, he founded Cavender Park Consulting, LLC. to focus upon strategy consulting to corporations and wealthy families. His company also teaches leadership skills, business development processes, and interview techniques to MBA students, ex-military veterans and to other professionals who are changing careers.

He was a Managing Director/Regional Director at preeminent global banks

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