"...To make sure you are maximizing your complete potential, having a book like [Get the Interview Every Time] in your hands before you start the process will be a great benefit to help increase your chances enormously." --Ken Inlow http://www.toolsforsuccess.com
A well-written and comprehensive guide to the whole process, from creating your resume and cover letter through interviewing, accepting an offer and even a few strategies for getting a good start in your new position. What makes this book different is that it's not just one person's opinion: the text is based on surveys sent at three different times to high-level people in successful companies. You're getting real advice and opinions from multiple hiring managers in many different industries.
Most candidates begin to look alike. That's where a cover letter can really help; you can use it as an opportunity to really grab their attention make yourself stand out from the crowd. I've outlined some strategies for making a cover letter work for you. For more, check out Brenda Greene's book, "Get the Interview Every Time," which is based on interviews with HR directors for Fortune 500 companies. -- Bob Rosner, "Walking Wounded," ABC News