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Be Interview-Wise How to Prepare for and Manage Your Interviews

by Brian McIvor

Be Interview-Wise How to Prepare for and Manage Your Interviews Synopsis

This book helps anyone who is preparing for an interview or job promotion It looks at the interview from the interviewee point of view This book will help increase your chances of success.

Be Interview-Wise How to Prepare for and Manage Your Interviews Press Reviews

A clear, practical and enjoyable guide - not just for managers but for anybody who needs to perform well at interviews.A Mary Rose Greville, Professor, School of Business, Trinity College, Dublin. This is excellent information! It's easy-to-read and easy-to-use. You will get terrific insights that make your interviews not only easier, but successful!A David Swanson, Writer and Consultant, Author of 'The Resume Solution.' If you read this book and act on the suggestions I believe you will increase your chances of success threefold.A Dr. Peter Hawkins, founder of the Windmills Career Project, Liverpool University.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780951973844
Publication date: 29th April 2010
Author: Brian McIvor
Publisher: Personnel Publications Ltd an imprint of Management Briefs
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 108 pages
Categories: Advice on careers & achieving success,

About Brian McIvor

Brian McIvor has been involved in training and development work in personal and career development over the last 30 years in Ireland, Europe and the United States. Previous experience includes working as a Training Specialist in the Institute of Public Administration and as Staff Development Officer in Irish Life and Permanent. He has broadcast frequently on radio and television in Ireland on career matters.

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