Featured on CBS and WBZ Radio, Evan Pellett is the keynote guest speaker on Nightside with Dan Rea. You may have heard Evan as the radio expert on interviewing across the United States.
Cracking the Code to a Successful Interview is a groundbreaking new scientific, proactive, cutting-edge, hands-on, proven approach to job interviews by an award-winning, highly decorated recruiter. This REAPRICH eight-step interview method will give you a proactive way to take control of your interview. You will learn the secret, never-before-published "questions behind the questions". These are the questions that every manager unconsciously needs answered in order to hire you.
Evan Pellett is a number-one-ranked recruiter with numerous awards. He has coached salespeople, new graduates, Harvard scientists, CEOs, engineers, consultants, teachers, nurses, and doctors, to name a few. Get hired and win!
What members say
Very high level not very useful for jobs in Tech
Some of the advice is old & very basic. Be early to an interview, smell good, dress appropriately, shine your shoes, show energy & enthusiasm through your top achivements, research about the company & interviewers, be persistent.
Employers look for key skills such as problem solving in an interview, not just how you solved a problem in your previous jobs. Think of tech companies how are looking for strong technical skills such as algorithms, system design, scalability. They wouldn't care considering you for a job even if you have published books but were not able solve a problem in the moment.
I don't know how rest of the book is but I'm under whelmed by the book until chapter 18. I will struggle to finish this book.
No secret code
I listened to this book fully intending to get pumped up and prepared to dominate my upcoming interview based on the books description. I didn’t give away any “secrets” as the author promised in the intro. Everything I heard in this book I’ve been told time and time again in business school. The reading was decent so I gave the performance 3 stars but overall the story and “insider knowledge you won’t get anywhere else” seemed like a compilation of basic interview tactic articles you could find online for free.
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