Nick A. Corcodilos, a professional recruiter , publishes the Ask The Headhunter website [1] , created in , where he and his audience candidly discuss job hunting and hiring. Corcodilos is the author of Fearless Job Hunting: Overcome the daunting obstacles that stop other job hunters dead in their tracks , [5] How to Work with Headhunters From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article has multiple issues.

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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Ask the Headhunter by Nick A. What are you doing to find your next job? Answering endless newspaper ads? Writing a catchy resume and cover letter? Perfecting effective interviewing skills? Now that corporate downsizing is a reality, you can no longer rely on conventional methods for winning your new job. Now more than ever qualified candidates are competing for coveted jobs.

Can you afford What are you doing to find your next job? Can you afford to be left behind? Already being used by major corporations nationwide, Ask the Headhunter is a top headhunter's innovative guide to turning an interview into a hands-on meeting that showcases your expertise without gimmicks.

It is the first guide to "the New Interview, " a revolutionary, proactive approach to job hunting that reinvents the rules of the interview game in your favor.

This unique and aggressive method will help you understand the changing hiring practices and show how you can prove your worth to a potential employer.

In this groundbreaking book discover: which jobs are best for you, how to assess the employer's needs, how to take control of the interview to make the employer want to hire you, how to bargain for the best deal, and much more. Full of hard-hitting insider advice and chapter-by-chapter work sheets to help measure your job-winning progress, Ask the Headhunter is a must-have for professionals seeking lasting success in the new job market.

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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jan 19, Jeffrey rated it it was ok Recommends it for: job hunters. Shelves: jobs-and-employment , read-in The authors idea is to sell the interviewer on your story of how you can do the job.

Of course the key for him is to tell the direct provider of a job rather than a headhunter or human resources person. The point is not to answer the stupid interview questions with the "right" answer but to get to the interview and be prepared to use a flow chart and tell people how you can do the job for them.

Its an interesting idea but "seizing" the interview is easier conceptually than in reality. View 1 comment. Apr 16, Alison rated it really liked it. First printed more than 10 years ago, this straightforward how-to manual makes perfect sense, especially in the economy we face today. Don't let job hunting become a full-time endeavor. I'll upgrade the rating to five stars as soon as I land the right job for me! Apr 15, Sophia rated it really liked it Shelves: business.

While it's no longer in print, this book was invaluable in changing my mindset towards my job search. It's a good read for anyone looking for a job. Aug 06, Ebonique Ellis rated it it was amazing Shelves: books-for-little-sisters , favorites , writing. I thought the book was a waste of time and I read it very quickly.

But the notes I took were invaluable, because I ended up with two job offers. The book basically should be rewritten by a psychologist, but the author is actually breaking down how to give the interviewer different opportunities to "think" of you actually doing the job. That way they stop judging you on irrelevant issues and just get back to focus on "can you do the job. After I thought the book was a waste of time and I read it very quickly.

After reading this book I had two interviews and two offers, so it was fantastic. Jul 05, Evan rated it really liked it. The best thing about this book is that this guy hates the gate keepers as much as you do, and offers some solid advice on how to avoid them, even though it's hard.

The problems with this book become evident towards the end. He keeps repeating himself over and over saying the same thing in as many different ways as he can until you want to drill part of your brain out. Then he calls you a lazy cow, over and over and over. What a jerk! Jan 22, Lucas rated it liked it.

I was attracted to this book by the powerhouse articles on Corcodilos' website, and it was slightly disappointing. There were a lot of good ideas in the book, but it was repetitive. Maybe this was done to better drill the concepts into your brain, but I was looking for more insights. Definitely worthwhile despite its flaws. Jul 10, Laura Robb rated it it was ok. Great tips in here for job hunting.

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Ask the Headhunter: Reinventing the Interview to Win the Job

Nick Corcodilos started headhunting in Silicon Valley in and has answered over 30, questions from the Ask The Headhunter community. No guarantees — just a promise to do his best to offer useful advice. Economy Aug Economy Apr But pressing HR for news just a few days after your last interview is unreasonable, and appearing anxious puts you at a disadvantage, says headhunter Nick Corcodilos….


Ask The Headhunter Q&A

In all the people we coach and influence questions come up constantly about how to work with recruiters and headhunters. Without editing the raw advice I wanted to have a conversation with Nick Corcodilos, the brash, oft quoted and powerfully connected headhunter and management consultant from Ask the Headhunter. Just like any advice you may find online or in a blog, take what you think makes sense to you and customize what you use if it makes sense to you. Or better yet distill powerful points of view with your career coach and search advisory board which we recommend at CareerPro Inc. John M. Who are their clients? Then call those people and inquire.

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