~The answer to the one thing interviewers really want to know
~Real-world answers to crafty questions that maximize interview performance
~Guidance around gaps in your employment history and handling objections that you are "over-qualified"
~Crucial questions to ask your potential employer to find a job that fits you
~Effective tips to avoid traps and turn the interview to your advantage
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About the Author
Stacey's professional history of starting and supporting women's initiatives naturally lead her to public speaking. She has been invited by professional organizations, companies and universities to create career workshops and networking presentations which are interactive and fun-filled, with an immediate impact on the participants. She is known for connecting people, creating synergies and coaching others to success.
As a recruiter, Stacey authored The Successful Interview: 99 Questions to Ask and Answer (and Some You Shouldn't) as a direct result of the many women she interviewed who struggle to demonstrate their expertise and flaunt their knowledge. She enjoys showing job-seekers how to kick their careers into high-gear, gain confidence and work their way into a job they will love. She especially likes catering to women, Baby Boomers and the long-term unemployed because each group has their own unique set of challenges.
A mom of three daughters, Stacey is a contributing writer for ForbesWoman and has appeared on FoxBusiness.com. She is the Founder of the Los Angeles Chapter of MBA Women International, is a founding member and serves on Pepperdine University's Black Alumni Council and is an active member of the Palos Verdes Chapter of the Links Incorporated. She graduated cum laude, from St. John's University and earned her MBA at Pepperdine University's Graziadio School of Business & Management.