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"Delivers a double benefit: Increases the interviewee's belief in himself while building the decision-maker's confidence in the candidate. A win-win!" -- D.A. Benton, author How to Think Like a CEO and Executive Charisma
"Fear interviews no more! In a book full of energetic and practical advice, Piotrowski takes the worry out of interviewing." -- Carol Eikleberry, author, The Career Guide for Creative and Unconventional People
"Finally, an interview guide that deals with the 'confidence' issue...a quick read jammed with wisdom and hints." -- Rich Feller, Ph.D.; professor, Counseling and Career Development, Colorado State University; co-author, Knowledge Nomads and the Nervously Employed
"The most comprehensive job interview book I have read. I highly recommend this for all libraries and career centers." -- Ellen Tevault, Librarian, Indiana State Library
Katy Piotrowski, M.Ed., author of the Career Coward's Series, has been a career counsellor in private practice in Fort Collins, Colorado for more than 15 years. She has a master's of education degree in counseling and career development and has helped thousands of individuals achieve success in the job hunt and beyond through a variety of career counselling and support tools.
Every time I purchase this book, I lend it out to a friend and I never see it back. This is one of those books that explain not only interviewing but methods of searching and... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Beleeda
Great resource for those in the job hunt! Good pointers for those who don't know how to navigate the career world.Published on August 24, 2013 by Chelsey L.
Easy to read with great advice whether you're interviewing for the first time or the 50th. The specific examples cited in the 'Career Champ Profiles' are especially helpful and... Read morePublished on September 24, 2008 by Lori Cicero
Katy's book, The Career Coward's Guide to Interviewing, played a strategic
role in helping me land the job of my dreams! Read more
I am working again and it feels great. I am doing engineering again, the thing I love best. Read more