BOOKS: Three of a kind - How to ask the right questions

BOOKS: Three of a kind - How to ask the right questions - How to be a better ... interviewer

Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

How to be a better ... interviewer

Margaret Dale, Kogan Page/The Industrial Society pounds 8.99

A thorough account of the interviewing process - planning, preparation, conduct and aftermath - and a sound primer for anyone new to management or other first-time interviewers. Could be useful.

The interviewer's pocketbook

John Townsend, Management Pocketbooks pounds 6.99

Thought-provoking and amusing, Townsend's little book is worth a glance before conducting any interview. The practical tips and insights are extremely helpful, and the 'body-language explained' drawings fun. Useful and easy to use. Best of its kind.

Recruiting for results

Steve Kneeland, How To Books pounds 9.99

A wide-ranging handbook on interviewing and recruiting wisely. Kneeland is interesting on the need to visualise future performance and the true meaning of 'gut feel'. No interviewer need feel nervous about the process ever again. Could be useful.

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