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Swan's How to Pick the Right People…

Swan's How to Pick the Right People Program

by William S. Swan

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0471621889, Paperback)

How to attract, interview, and select the best employees, written by the nationally known lecturer and consulting expert. Based on the author's seminars and extensive consulting practice, each chapter deals with a specific interviewing and selection skill. The chapters are short, practical, and easy to read. Details methods of defining desirable qualities and how to shape questions that focus on these needs. Covers every aspect of the process from sequencing and timing, to honing listening skills and interpreting the resulting information. Discusses how to overcome the difficulties that arise from many ^how to be interviewed books.

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