It’s no secret that standing out in a crowd of anxious applicants is essential to landing the job you want nowadays. The book Crazy Good Interviewing: How Acting a Little Crazy Can Get You the Job by John B. Molidor and Barbara Parus introduces readers to a whole different level of interviewing where thinking outside the box is necessary to being a successful interview candidate. Some of the topics covered include: how to make a lasting first impression, interviewing in non-traditional environments, handling awkward questions and situations, and using personality and personal experience to boost credibility. The authors identify interview practices that are “crazy good” and “crazy bad” in order to help readers understand what sells and what doesn’t sell in an interview.
This book is packed full of practical advice for individuals seeking employment in a difficult economy and is useful to anyone who hasn’t been through the interview process in a long time.
John B. Molidor, Ph.D. is CEO/President of Michigan State University Flint Area Medical Education, and a Community Assistant Dean and Professor of Psychiatry at MSU College of Human Medicine.
Barbara Parus is Director of Publications for the National Speakers Association in Tempe, Arizona and a well-established writer, editor, and editorial consultant.
This book isavailable at the Briscoe Library. For more information check the library catalog.
Andrea N. Schorr
Cataloging & Acquisitions Librarian
Tags: January 2013