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The Successful Interview: 99 Questions to Ask and Answer (And Some You Shouldn't)

This "course" is really an eBook. It gives you online access to Stacey's best-selling book!

If you have ever wondered about the true motive of an interviewer who stands between you and the job you want, wonder no more. With reassuring advice and detailed answers to illegal questions and complex situations, this book is like a mock interview in your pocket.

Stacey provides you with:
~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

5 Star Amazon Reviews:

A Job Search Relief!
Stacey presents the daunting process of job searching and interviewing into bite size pieces for job searchers to easily digest. And the advice and resources she provides in The Successful Interview will serve as an invaluable asset to your job search strategy. - S.Maxwell Peoplepurposevision.com

Learn how to position yourself and walk confidently into your next interview
Succinct and honest interviewing advice from Stacey Gordon, a career advocate (executive recruiter and career coach) who knows how to boost your confidence, help you stand out from the crowd and win the job you want. Fresh and spirited, The Successful Interview is a quick and easy read. There is no excuse not to read it before your first or next interview. It will help you position yourself and prepare talking points for a productive conversation and successful interview. I recommend this book if you are interviewing for the first time or the first time in a long time. Through the questions and answers, Stacey shares information and covers topics unique in today's competitive job market while making sure you don't bore the interviewer and yourself.

What Every Career Minded Person Should Read
Just received the book last night... read it today... and may I say a thousand thank you's! "The Successful Interview" is the perfect guide for candidates of all levels. It is cleverly written in an easy to read- and source, format. As an executive coach who works with individuals on their career direction and changes, I would highly recommend this book, for any career minded person.

Preparing = A Higher Chance of Getting a Job!
I had worked at the same job for over 7 years before an opportunity came up that I couldn't resist trying for! I read through this book and boy did it help! I learned how to turn negative questions around and answer them effectively. I enjoyed reading about how to describe previous employers in a tactful way. Also, how to answer questions that employers should not be asking and what you need to ask them yourself. This book helped me feel confident when I hadn't interviewed in so long. I knew what I wanted from them, what I was willing to give to the company and confidently showed them that I was the best candidate for the job! Through all 99 questions I found I learned so much that it still helps me deal with my boss, co-workers, and employees now that I’m in the job.

The "Get Your 20-Year-Old Off the Couch Book"
This book is great for those seeking for their first job well as baby boomers who find themselves looking for work in their later years. The author details common interview questions as well as the logic behind the questions these interviewers are asking, so readers get a peek into what an employer really wants from you. You'll discover how to handle everything from gaps in your work history to questions about keeping your cool with difficult bosses. It also has a great section on questions to ask the interviewer. Instead of being desperate to find just any job, this will help find the right position FOR YOU, so you can thrive and prosper at a company that respects who you are.

An Incredible Resource
I wish I had found out about this book before my recent interview, which did not go as well as it could have. I'm finding all of the answers to the 'what could I have done differently?' question I've been obsessing over since. As a recent graduate from Georgetown University, I've read a lot of career and interview advice books and this one is by far the most insightful. The Successful Interview is a must read for anyone who is looking to build confidence, receive clarity, and get hired.
  • eBook Introduction
  • Part I
  • Part II
  • Part III
  • Part IV
  • Appendix
  • Downloadable eBook
Completion rules
  • You must complete the units "eBook Introduction"