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Say WHAT? I can take CONTROL during a job interview?

  • Jun 25, 2012 · 7:30 PM
  • St. John the Evangelist Church

This might come as a shock, but you're not a sitting duck during a job interview, waiting for them to lob questions at you.

You can prepare much of what you'd like to discuss in advance, and even ask for clarification on confusing questions during the interview.

Bring a copy of your resume, as well as some job descriptions you've applied to. We'll look at the employer's criteria and discuss some of their underlying concerns. I'll tell you what questions I would ask as the interviewer based on the description.

I'll also discuss what completely turns me off in a candidate--and how you can avoid making that mistake in your interviews.

It's all about helping you understand what's going on on the other side of the desk during an interview, so you can be a stronger candidate.



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