Winning at Interview: A New Way to Succeed

Overview

To win a job offer in a competitive market you must raise your game and master the art of selling yourself. 'Winning At Interview' prepares you for the competition by demonstrating how you can win offers even when competing with more experienced and better qualified people.
You will learn that:

- there are only 2 job interview questions you can ever get

- you are the solution, not the problem

- just 'being yourself' is not an option

- most interviewers don't know they need ...

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Overview

To win a job offer in a competitive market you must raise your game and master the art of selling yourself. 'Winning At Interview' prepares you for the competition by demonstrating how you can win offers even when competing with more experienced and better qualified people.
You will learn that:

- there are only 2 job interview questions you can ever get

- you are the solution, not the problem

- just 'being yourself' is not an option

- most interviewers don't know they need something until you start selling it to them

- being able to do the job is not enough. If you can't sell yourself you will lose

If you're in the jobs market then you have a battle to fight. You can't win today's battles with yesterday's weapons. This is an interview guide for the 21st century. Alan Jones encourages you to take a radically new approach to preparing for interviews. He explains that 8 out of 10 interviewers are un-trained, inexperienced and need your help. If your competitors are prepared at all they'll be prepared for the 2 out of 10 trained interviewers - and they are not the problem.

Also available as an ebook, 'Winning At Interview' has achieved 5 star multiple reviews on Amazon UK. This new 2nd edition is a unique, inspiring and empowering guide. Discover that as an 'interviewee' you have more power and influence than you could ever have imagined.

Alan is also the author of 'How To Negotiate Your Salary' and 'Network To Get Work'.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781461168478
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/22/2013
  • Pages: 210
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.44 (d)

Meet the Author

As an author, career counselor and motivational speaker Alan Jones has helped people from all nationalities, disciplines and sectors to 'raise their game' and sell themselves more effectively at job interviews. His advice is based on the belief that recruiting people, and selling yourself in the jobs market, is an art and not a science.
Alan believes that good people get rejected because they haven't mastered the art of selling themselves, and mediocre people get hired because they have mastered that art. He is also the author of 'How To Negotiate Your Salary' and 'Network To Get Work'.
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