Michelle Tillis Lederman

Michelle Tillis Lederman
Nail The Interview, Land The Job
In today’s competitive job market, securing a job can be more fraught and arduous than ever. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a comprehensive guide to this arduous process? Enter Nail the Interview, Land the Job.

This book reveals exactly what needs to be done to shine during an interview and set yourself apart from the crowd. Because the truth is that acing the interview is the most pivotal step in convincing any employer that you’re the right candidate for the job.

The book takes an in-depth look at every step along the path, chapter by chapter, with invaluable insights into topics including: how to build confidence and get in the best frame of mind; what to wear and what to bring with you; making the best first impression and instantly connecting; relating previous experiences to the position your seeking; navigating difficult questions; what to ask and not to ask during the interview; and sealing the deal at the end of the process. Bonus sections provide detailed information about leveraging resources such as career fairs, career coaches, and headhunters, plus a soup-to-nuts interview checklist and information about unconventional interviews.

With targeted information for the recently unemployed, new graduates, and parents returning to the workforce after an extended absence, Nail the Interview, Land the Job is a crucial tool for people at any stage in their careers, breaking down and demystifying the intimidating interview process to ensure that you can secure the position you’re seeking. Get the job first—then decide if you want it. It’s all about nailing the interview.
The 11 Law of Likability
Heroes get Hired
South Orange NJ
Michelle Tillis Lederman CPA, MBA, PCC, named one of Forbes Top 25 Networking Experts, is the author of The 11 Laws of Likability, Heroes Get Hired, and Nail The Interview – Land The Job. Michelle is the founder and CEO of Executive Essentials, a training company that provides customized communications and leadership coaching and training programs. Michelle believes real relationships lead to real results and specializes in teaching people how to communicate with confidence, clarity, and connection.

Her clients include JPMorgan, Morgan Stanley, J&J, Deutsche Bank, GE, MetLife, Sony Music, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and Madison Square Garden. Michelle served as an Adjunct Professor at NYU, is on the faculty of the American Management Association and Rutgers Executive Education and the advisory board of Kean’s Global Business School.

Michelle’s has appeared on NBC, CBS, Fox, Gayle King, NPR, and Martha Stewart Living. She has been featured in the NY Times, Wall Street Journal, MSNBC, Working Mother, Real Simple, US News & World Report, USA Today, AOL, Forbes, CNBC, and About.com among others.

Michelle spent a decade in finance with positions in audit, M&A, financial consulting, VC, and hedge fund investing. She received her BS from Lehigh University, her MBA from Columbia Business School, and her coaching certification from iPec and holds the PCC certification from the International Coaching Federation.

She served on the faculty at NYU’s Stern School of Business, Rutgers Executive Education, the American Management Association and serves on the board for Kean University’s Global Business School. Executive Essentials is a certified Women Business Enterprise.

To learn more about Michelle, visit:

Websites: www.michelletillislederman.com/, www.executiveessentials.org/
Book Sites; www.11lawsoflikability.com/, www.heroesgethired.com/
YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/user/MichelleLederman
Social Media:twitter.com/mtlederman , facebook.com/MichelleTillisLederman
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/communicationexpertspeaker
Talk Titles:
The Relationship Driven Leader: Because People Do Business With People They Like
You The Brand: Determine and Drive How Others See You
Relationship Networking: Building Personal Connections for Professional Results
Get Known, Get Connected, Get Ahead

If things are getting easier, you may be going downhill

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