The First 60 Seconds

The First 60 Seconds

Win the Job Interview Before It Begins

Book - 2009
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In the first 60 seconds, interviewers can decide whether you will be moved to the top of the list... or dropped from consideration!In today's crowded job market, The First 60 Seconds is an innovative book that shows job seekers how best to impress in that crucial first minute and gives strategies to constantly differentiate themselves from the competition. From preparing a credentials package to connecting with the interviewer, candidates willlearn how to set themselves apart everytime - especially essential with a 5% national unemployment rate.

Author Dan Burns has provided consulting and employee placement services to Fortune 500 companies for the past fourteen years. He'll show you how to tackle: * The 60 Days before the Interview * The Next 60 Minutes (after the First 60 Seconds) * The Close and the Follow-Up * The 60-Month Career PlanWhether you're a new job-seeker or out on the market after years of steady employment, The First 60 Seconds gives you the best tools to win your next great career opportunity.

Publisher: Naperville, Ill. : Sourcebooks, c2009
ISBN: 9781402216763
1402216769
Branch Call Number: 650 .144 BUR
Characteristics: xii, 275 p. :,ill. ;,23 cm
Alternative Title: First sixty seconds

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raminjoker Apr 08, 2012

This book is great. Is all about DIFFERENTIATION. I really learned a a lot reading the parts about the interview preparation and I also used it in a real case situation. At first look many stuff in there looks too much but if you are out there to build a career nothing is too much!!!

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