Chapter 1: What is a job interview and why organizations use it?
Chapter 2: Setting the stage: The characteristics of high-quality interviews and how to prepare them
Chapter 3: Let the show begin: How to interview effectively from both sides of the table
Chapter 4: Playing your role: How applicants and interviewers can influence interview outcomes
Chapter 5: Decision time: How to evaluate job applicants and what mistakes to avoid
Chapter 6: The present and future of interviewing
Nicholas Roulin is an Associate Professor in the Department of Business Administration at the University of Manitoba, Canada
At last an accessible, readable and evidence-based guide for improving interview practice - a welcome resource for students and practitioners. If you want to get better at interviewing, read it. And if you want to get better at being interviewed, the book has equally much to offer.
Almuth McDowell, Birkbeck, University of London, UK.