Discussion: May 18, 2010 Ask The Headhunter Newsletter
A reader asks How to Say It:
Your book has been very helpful in preparing for my interviews. But I seem to lock up during the part where I am telling the hiring manager how I will do the job. I’m reading that section for the third time. What’s the best way to explain it? I mean, to say it?
Well, you just pick up the tools… and do the work. Does that sound a little bit odd? Maybe some other readers can explain it better…
A call-out to ATH regulars! What’s your rule of thumb for talking to a manager about how you will do the job? How can this reader wrap up the interview with a compelling explanation or presentation?