With so much competition for so few jobs these days, your interviewing skills are more important than ever. Blow the other candidates out of the water with The Public Speaker’s Guide to Ace Your Interview. Lisa Marshall, host of the top-rated “The Public Speaker’s Quick and Dirty Tips for Improving Your Communication Skills,” tells you how to avoid the most common interviewing mistakes and arms you with the specific skills needed to rise above the rest, including:
· Tips on how to answer some of the most commonly asked interview questions, including “Tell me about yourself” and “What is your biggest weakness?”
· Expert advice on making sure your professional profile--and specifically your LinkedIn account--makes you shine.
· Explicit instructions on how to make a positive first impression, including what to say, how to sit in your chair, and other tips for setting the tone needed for a successful interview.
Lisa Marshall consults with different companies every day. She knows what they look for in a candidate and what it takes to turn an interview into an offer. The Public Speaker’s Guide to Ace Your Interview will give you the edge you need to get noticed and the confidence you need to make it happen.
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Listen to this excerpt from Lisa B. Marshall's audiobook The Public Speaker's Guide to Ace Your Interview: 6 Steps to Get the Job You Want. With so much competition for so few jobs these days, your interviewing skills are more important than ever. Blow the other candidates out of the water with The Public Speaker's Guide to Ace Your Interview.
Lisa B. Marshall is host of The Public Speaker podcast and is a communication specialist who has been delivering communication workshops, seminars, and other programs for more than a dozen years to a number of prestigious institutional clients including Johns Hopkins Medicine, Harvard University, Genentech Inc, and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. She is passionate about communication and she believes these skills are critical to personal, professional, and organizational success. Lisa lives with her husband and twin daughters in Philadelphia, PA.
Lisa B. Marshall