Winning the Interview Game: Everything You Need to Know to Land the Job

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INDEX
academic credentials, verification of, 159
Ace the Corporate Personality, as resource, 165–166
acquisitions of company, knowledge of, in preparing for interview, 8 age, interview questions regarding, 52
alumni career centers, gathering information from, 9
Americans With Disabilities Act, 52
another job offer, announcing to interviewer, 137–138
arriving early for interview, 31
article reading, as part of interview preparation, 48
audaciousness in obtaining position, 132–133
auditory language, using to express thoughts, 43
background check, 159–160
bankruptcy records, check of, 159
beard, decisions regarding, 29
before interview, see preparation for interview
behavior-based interviewing, 12–14
beverages, ordering during meal interview, 105
body positioning, in establishing rapport with interviewer, 42–43
breathing rate, matching with interviewer, 42
business development position, vignette preparation, example of, 16
career placement office, gathering information from, 10
checking of references, 159
checklist for job seeker, 179–180
Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII), 52
cologne, selection for interview, 30
combination of skills, emphasizing, 134
comfort of interviewer, personal qualities needed for, 38
company, learning about, in interview preparation, 5
company organization, knowing, in preparing for interview, 7
compensation, 58–59, 76–78
advance knowledge of range, 77
flexibility on, 77
recent, request of, 76–77
competitive advantage of company, understanding of, 7
competitive intelligence, 115–123
company interviewers, 117–118
on competing candidate, 118–121, 125
information sources, 116
networking, identifying issue through, 122–123
planting candidate, 121–22
recruiters, 116–117
use of, 123–125
congruency, in establishing rapport with interviewer, 41
connection with interviewer, forging, 37–46, see also rapport

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