Offers detailed advice and insider tips for making it in today's new business world, the age of downsizing, by explaining how to interview properly and show off one's best skills in a short period of time in order to make an impression. Original.
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Acknowledging that more and more people have been downsized or are dissatisfied with their current employment and are searching for guidance through resume and interview books, headhunter Corcodilos presents powerful reasons why the U.S. employment system fails to bring the right people together with the right jobs. That failure, he contends, leads companies to seek the services of headhunters. Based on the successful, highly compensated efforts of headhunters, Corcodilos's book provides effective methodology and techniques to help people locate jobs that are right for them and win job offers. Current information-gathering tools and strategies define the job needs of prospective employers and enable the job seeker to break through personnel department barriers. The author helps the reader focus on what the job search is all about: doing a job profitably for the employer. A good choice for public and academic libraries.?Robert L. Balliot Jr., East Greenwich Free Lib., R.I.
Copyright 1997 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Sadly, few of us possess the self-marketing skills and moxie necessary to catapult careers into the stratosphere. Yet, argues former headhunter Corcodilos, we all have within our grasp the ability to demonstrate during interviews that we can do the job, which is the best way to win a job. Filled with boxed "sentences to remember" and a half dozen or so work sheets, this very unusual self-help, find-a-job tome repeats its messages many times, in many forms. What the author advocates, in short, is to solve the hiring manager's problem during interviews. That solution could be dramatically presented or based on interactive conversations; regardless of the vehicle, this strategy shows conclusively that the interviewee can do the job. And Corcodilos provides plenty of examples and scenarios to consider, all written with reverence and a great deal of respect for smart employers and smart candidates. Barbara Jacobs
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