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Answering Tough Interview Questions for Dummies
by Rob Yeung
Written for all job hunters ¨C new entrants, mid-level people, very experienced individuals, and technical and non-technical job seekers ¨C Answering Tough Interview Questions For Dummies is packed with the building blocks for show-stopping interviews.
Dr Rob Yeung is a director at business psychology consultancy Talentspace, where he specialises in management assessment ¨C training interviewers, designing assessment centres, and interviewing candidates on behalf of employers. He also tries to set aside time to coach individual job hunters on interview technique. He has interviewed candidates for jobs ranging from customer service staff to managing directors across industries as varied as banking, technology, law, accountancy, airlines, and advertising and media.
He has written for Financial Times, Daily Telegraph, and Guardian and contributed to publications from Men¡¯s Health and New Woman to Accountancy and Sunday Times. He has published eleven other books on career and management topics.
He is often seen on television including CNN and Channel 4¡¯s Big Brother¡¯s Little Brother. A chartered psychologist of the British Psychological Society with a Ph.D. in psychology from the University of London, he is a popular conference speaker and presenter of a highly acclaimed BBC television series on job hunting.
He lives with his partner in west London and can often be spotted jogging along the side of the Thames.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Part I: Making Sure You Shine in an Interview.
Chapter 1: Understanding the Interviewing Game.
Chapter 2: Doing Your Job Interview Homework.
Chapter 3: Polishing Your Interview Performance.
Part II: Answering Tough Interview Questions.
Chapter 4: Talking about Yourself.
Chapter 5: Talking about Problems, Perceptions, and People.
Chapter 6: Getting to Grips with Questions about Your Work.
Chapter 7: Talking about Why You Want a New Job.
Chapter 8 : Thriving Under the Pressure Interview.
Chapter 9: Succeeding at Competency-Based Interviewing.
Part III: Dealing with Tricky Questions and Other Situations.
Chapter 10: Responding to Questions for Graduates and School Leavers.
Chapter 11: Handling Questions Aimed at Experienced Candidates.
Chapter 12: Handling Hypothetical and Analytical Questions.
Chapter 13: Coping with Illegal and Personal Questions.
Chapter 14: Taking Control in Unusual Situations.
Part IV: Securing the Job of Your Dreams.
Chapter 15: Asking Great Questions.
Chapter 16: Dotting ¡®I¡¯s and Crossing ¡®T¡¯s.
Part V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 17: Ten Cardinal Sins of Interviewing.
Chapter 18: Ten Tips to Creating the Perfect Career.