Interviewing and Networking

May 2013
Business Soft Skills: Interviewing and Networking;2013, p1
Trade Publication
Video length: 32:55. Packed with information on the correct way to handle interviews and how to network, this video offers the four important steps for a successful interview. It explains how to create an "elevator speech", as well as teaching the six tips for successful Business Networking through case studies and role-playing.


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