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Strategies for turning your next interview into an offer--as taught at today's leading business schools
Every job interview is a one-shot opportunity to dramatically improve your career and lifestyle. World-class MBA programs recognize this fact and now provide their students with detailed courses and coaching on how to dress for an interview, what to say, what not to say, and more.
How to Interview Like a Top MBA presents today's best-of-the-best strategies and skills into an all-in-one, MBA-level interviewing how-to. Featuring insights from Fortune 100 executives, headhunters, career counselors, and MBA graduates, this no-nonsense guidebook arms you with:
In today's ultracompetitive and uncompromising job market, the next position you get will set the tone for the rest of your career. Let How to Interview Like a Top MBAshow you how to develop the skills and confidence you need to enter each interview as a top candidate--and turn that interview into an exciting new job.
Dr. Shel Leanne is the president of the Wilshel Corporation, an educational and career consulting service. A former McKinsey & Company consultant, a Harvard graduate, and a former Harvard faculty member, she runs interview workshops with MBA students at Harvard, Wharton, Columbia, and other top business schools.
GREAT resource! Any and every job seeker can benefit from this book.Published 18 days ago by blackpearl
This book highlights what is expected of an interviewee in a crisp and clear manner. It talks about techniques that are extremely relevant in today's highly competitive market... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Ajay Karajgikar
It is a great book - I recommend it to all my friends who are looking for a job. The book gives you parallel examples of what is a 'good' versus 'great' answer which helps you... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Olga
This book was recommended by a recruiter, and I found tons of helpful suggestions reading it. I'm not naturally good at doing interviews. Read morePublished 22 months ago by tim sage
I had just read the book "Best Answers to the 201 Most Frequently Asked Interview Questions" prior to reading this book. Read morePublished on January 18, 2012 by Michael
I was a little disappointed that it did not give any ideas or suggestions for getting around the education questions for the person without a degree... Read morePublished on April 12, 2011 by mglozer
This book is short and to the point, yet has good stuff in it. If you need a quick read that has lots of "meat" to it, read this.Published on December 24, 2010 by John Lyman
This book provides a very good intro on how to answer challenging questions. It could offered a larger variety of responses to account for the diversity of jobs, but still a good... Read morePublished on December 17, 2010 by Scott