“The two worst mistakes any applicant can make are lying and giving a ‘canned’ answer."
Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) September 15, 2010
Ever wonder why interviewers ask certain questions? Ever been left speechless by an interview question? Ever wonder how you can really prepare for a job interview? Tap Your Interview Talent has the answers. Author Debbie Benami-Rahm, a Human Resources professional with more than 20 years of experience in recruitment, management, and coaching, maps out a solid strategy for navigating all phases of the interview process.
“The two worst mistakes any applicant can make are lying and giving a ‘canned’ answer,” said Benami-Rahm. “Interviewers hear dozens of canned answers every day. If they don’t feel as if they know you, they won’t take you to the next step, whether it’s another interview or a job offer.” Tap Your Interview Talent gives readers the rationale behind the questions and provides tips on how to create your own compelling answers.
Benami-Rahm was a casualty of downsizing and restructuring six times in 20 years, so her advice is practical and doable. Her degree in mental health counseling gives her a unique edge in working with her private coaching clients – as well as a success rate in excess of 90 percent. Tap Your Interview Talent is based on the idea that everyone has the talent to ace a job interview, yet it covers more than that. There are chapters on informational interviewing, using technology in job searches, phone screens, and the various interview methods HR professionals use.
Tap Your Interview Talent is sold only at DBRCareerServices.com.
About the Author
After spending more than 25 years in a variety of Human Resources jobs in eight different industries, Debbie Benami-Rahm, M.S., M.H.C., formed DBR Career Services to provide career expertise to individuals in transition. She is a consultant to businesses and nonprofits on employee hiring, engagement, and retention, as well as a frequent radio guest. She appeared in several episodes of Burn Notice on the USA network and in the feature film Up in the Air, starring George Clooney.
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