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Table of Contents Introduction PART ONE: GETTING READY FOR THE INTERVIEW Chapter One: How to Use Perfect Phrases to Land Your Dream Job The Words You Use Send a Strong Message Finding the Key Words and Phrases for Your Position Using the Job Description to Prepare Your Perfect Phrases Top Seven Word Mistakes Candidates Make in Job Interviews Preparing for Follow-Up Questions Getting Ready for Success PART TWO PERFECT PHRASES FOR THE PERFECT INTERVIEW: GENERAL QUESTIONS CHAPTER TWO - WHO YOU ARE AND WHAT YOU KNOW Breaking the Ice Getting to Know You Past Experiences Career Goals Industry Savvy Position Savvy Strengths Uniqueness CHAPTER THREE - SKILL SETS Creativity Communications Strategic Thinking Assertiveness Negotiations Problem Solving Analytical Adaptability Ability to Work With Others Meeting Deadlines Decisiveness Initiative Flexibility Organizational Skills Ability to Learn on the Job Prioritizing Time Management CHAPTER FOUR: THE DIFFICULT QUESTIONS Dealing with Conflict Past Career Baggage Getting Fired Working for a Problem Company Problems with Previous Boss Lacking Experience Taking Risks Physical Disabilities References Salary PART THREE: PERFECT PHRASES FOR THE PERFECT INTERVIEW: SPECIFIC TYPES OF JOBS CHAPTER FIVE - Perfect Phrases for Executive Management Leadership Management Style Keeping Abreast of Current Business Financial Savvy The Big Picture CHAPTER SIX - Perfect Phrases for Managers Decision Making Delegation Motivating Others Communication Style Ability to Influence Others CHAPTER SEVEN - Perfect Phrases for Supervisors Supervising Others Handling Personnel Problems Follow Through Initiating Problem Solving PART FOUR: FINAL PREPARATIONS CHAPTER Eight- Exercises For The Perfect Phrase Quiz: Writing Your Own Perfect Phrases Your Position - Your Words About the Author
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