How to Ace Your Phone Interview
- Narrated by: Scott Miller
- Length: 1 hr and 47 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 21-05-14
- Language: English
- Publisher: Career Confidential, LLC
Phone interviews are really phone "screens". Employers use them to weed out candidates and come up with a short list of people to interview face-to-face. If you don't get invited to interview, you got screened out of the job. This book will keep you from getting screened out and consistently put you on the short list of candidates who get to interview in person.
What this book will do for you:
Give you exceptional answers to common phone interview questions
Warn you about phone interview mistakes that get you screened out
Help you be confident, relax, and make a fantastic first impression
Give you powerful "how-to" tips for a perfect phone interview
Get you invited to interview face-to-face
What kinds of tips are in this book?
Typical phone interview questions (and stand-out answers)
Tips to "cheat" in a phone interview to give yourself an unfair advantage
How to research the company and the interviewer before the call
What never to say in a phone interview
The one question you should ask in every phone interview
How to help them qualify you for the face-to-face interview
How to follow up after the interview
How to plan, prepare, and execute a perfect phone interview
Who this book is for: This book is for you if you want to slam-dunk every phone interview and get invited to the face-to-face. You will discover my best phone interview tips from 14 years of interviewing thousands of candidates (as a hiring manager and recruiter). Find out what hiring managers are really thinking about you. This is your key to phone interview success!
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Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By ShuLong on 18-02-15
Concise and informational
I learned a lot from listening to this book while walking and driving, it is concise but useful things to know for any job seekers.
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By Megan Stockwell on 21-12-17
I found this to be extremely repetitive. could have finished in half the time if they didn't repeat everything.