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WHAT IT TAKES TO WIN.
Pompton Plains, New Jersey, May 30, 2012 – Why do certain people get selected for the best jobs, and what causes other qualified candidates to be rejected? Recognizing change and being able to adapt to it—earlier than others—increases the probability of winning.
Understanding how human resources professionals approach interviewing and hiring can give candidates an advantage throughout the interview process. Knowing what the interviewer is looking for will provide an edge in any interview. Competency-Based Interviews, Revised Edition: How to Master the Tough Interview Style Used by the Fortune 500s can help give readers that edge. Competency-
One of the key abilities that will help in managing a career is learning how to interview more effectively. Interviewing well is critical to being successful. Competency-Based Interviews will show readers how to be more successful by:
•Recognizing the changes in interviewing that are being implemented at most sophisticated organizations.
•Understanding what today’s interviewers are looking for.
•Emphasizing how your competencies match the employer’s needs.
•Developing a plan to ensure top performance in every critical interview.
More than half of the Fortune 500 companies and other major organizations all around the world are now using competency-based systems to help select employees. Competency-Based Interviews will give readers a new and better strategy to interview more effectively and improve their chances of getting that dream job.
“This book will provide any candidate with a successful game plan to tackle even the most difficult competency-based interview.”
—Dennis Donovan, former Executive VP of Human Resources, Home Depot
Competency-Based Interviews, Revised Edition: How to Master the Tough Interview Style Used by the Fortune 500s (EAN 978-1-60163-
For more information about Competency-Based Interviews and other new releases, visit the Website of the publisher, Career Press, at www.CareerPress.comwww.
About the Author:
Robin Kessler is currently president of The Interview Coach, a human resources and career consulting firm based in Houston, Texas. She has more than 20 years experience improving interviews, resumes, presentations, and organizational communications as a human resources professional, consultant, career coach and adjunct professor. Robin is the author of Competency-Based Resumes, the first book to teach people to write their resumes considering the competencies employers are looking for, and Competency-Based Performance Reviews. She received her BA and MBA from Northwestern University.
To book Robin for your 2012 event-
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