The Career Coward's Guide to Interviewing: Sensible Strategies for Overcoming Job Search Fears
|Published by: synura_uvella (Karma: 45.32) on 13 December 2009 | Views: 1361|
According to Myers-Briggs test results, 25 percent of the population is introverted. Career experts believe that many introverts know what to do to find a new job, but won't - or can't - do what it takes because they fear talking to strangers, looking foolish, or being rejected.
The Career Coward's Guide to Interviewing helps insecure job seekers combat these fears when facing a job interview. This book analyzes each aspect of a successful interview and provides easy steps for facing self doubts and challenges in a unique and easy-to-tackle format. Readers will learn to think about risk, payoff potential, time to complete, and a bailout strategy for all the obstacles one may face.
Career coach Katy Piotrowski brings her expertise to JIST's brand-new Career Cowards series to help readers sell their qualifications without "bragging", develop courageous responses to tough questions, and have the courage to ask for a better salary offer. While other books certainly give strategies for a successful interview, this is one of the few guides that actually addresses the level of discomfort and awkwardness many people feel when trying to present themselves as an outstanding job candidate.
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