Penguin presents the unabridged, downloadable audiobook edition of Why You? by James Reed, read by James Reed.
When did you last have a life-changing conversation? The chances are, if you're applying for jobs and being invited to interview, that you're about to have one. There won't be any dry runs or dress rehearsals. You'll have one go and you'll need to give it your best shot.
Why You? 101 Interview Questions You'll Never Fear Again offers you everything you need to make sure you're ready; with powerful preparation techniques, the lowdown on how to answer the most common questions and - above all - how to adopt a winning mindset at interview that will help you succeed on the day.
Now completely revised and updated with 10 new bonus questions on the 'The Future of Work' that have been chosen to help you understand the changing needs of the employer since this classic bestseller was first published. This book has helped many thousands of readers move on in their lives and careers and will help you do the same.
This brilliant book equips anyone wanting a leg up at work and in life with the tools to flourish. Mindset beats skillset every time
The insights in this brilliant book could have saved me and any top employer a lot of elementary mistakes, never mind the additional cost of bad decisions
This book is a game changer. Read it, remember it, and put your new 3G Mindset to work. There'll be no stopping you
People who thrive at Facebook have to have the right mindset, period. That's what's driving us into the future. This book shows you how to gauge it and get it
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Recommend Why You? to everyone who is in work, out of work, looking to move up, down or sideways - not just those who are actively planning a job search ... indispensable
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