FROM THE INSIDE FLAP: PRAISE FOR THE UNDERGROUND GUIDE TO JOB INTERVIEWING
"Don't read this book unless you're ready to quit your boring job and start interviewing for the one you really want. Todd Moster's mix of practical advice and good-natured silliness delivers the keys to your new corner office."
--David Ackert, President, The Ackert Advisory; Founder, Practice Boomers; Author
"Todd Moster was able to assist me in landing the job of a lifetime. Although, as a long-time HR Professional and Law Firm Administrator, I thought I "knew-it-all," Todd was able to help me consider interviewing techniques from another perspective...Todd's interview preparation methods not only ensured that I made the best case possible of my qualifications for the position, but helped me evaluate whether the employer and job were suitable for me..."
-- HR Director Trained with Moster Interview Method
"Don't let Todd's witty commentaries and delightful stories distract you. The Moster method works and helped land me a job in one of the toughest market in years. Using his method, I was able to genuinely connect with my interviewers and made a lasting impression."
-- Environmental Attorney Trained with Moster Interview Method
"The Underground Guide to Job Interviewing is a comprehensive, well written, funny book that is a quick read, and will reinforce what you already know and provide you with some new tips on successful interviewing."
--Susan Wise Miller, M.A., Founder of California Career Services, award-winning National Certified Career Counselor (NCCC), a Master Career Counselor (NCDA), Certified Vocational Evaluator (CVE) and expert witness on vocational issues.
"Love it! Todd Moster has created an easy, fun, slightly snarky read on a critical topic: Job Interviewing. I can't tell you how many times I have interviewed people who really could have used this book. If you're even slightly leaning towards buying this, do it! It is packed with helpful information and is presented in a non-pretentious, enjoyable, straight-forward fashion. I wish I had something like it for my end of the desk - the employer doing the interview!"
--Faith Pincus, CEO, Pincus Professional Education CLE Seminars; CEO, Finz Advance Tapes case summaries; Author, upcoming ABA book, Be Heard: Public Speaking for Attorneys
"Todd Moster has created a gem of a book. There are so many myths out there about the interview process. Too many "experts" give advice that is akin to getting dating tips from your grandparents. The Underground Guide to Job Interviewing is the perfect antidote; it's timely, modern, cuts to the heart of the matter, and is written for professionals by someone who has spent years in the interview trenches."
--Gideon Grunfeld, J.D., Former big-firm lawyer and Fortune 500 HR Executive; President, Successful Career Strategies, Inc.; Founder, Law Firm University
"This timely guide is an accessible, insightful, winning presentation of hugely valuable information. Moster shows job seekers in every field how to turn interviewing--an often an intimidating, mysterious process--into a golden opportunity to shine."
--Doug Levinson, Business Consultant; Adjunct Professor, University of Southern California; Principal, Strategy that Rocks; Author, 75/25, 3/4 of an MBA, 1/4 of the Grief
"Todd Moster's book on interviewing is a must-read for anyone who anticipates a job interview with any degree of trepidation. His clarity of thought guides the reader through the most important elements of the interview process. His style incorporates humor into a plethora of useful strategies and tactics. It is evident that Moster thoroughly knows his topic, and explains it in a gentle and non-threatening manner. If you are going to be going through job interviews, especially for a professional position, read this book. Then read it again."
--Bill Saleebey, Ph.D., Author, Connecting: Beyond the Name Tag
"Whether you're starting a business or advancing on enemy territory in a war, certain fundamentals apply. You have to know your terrain--both the roads to take and the minefields to avoid. You need a clear objective. You must prepare. And you need to work. Hard. The Underground Guide to Job Interviewing applies these principles to the business microcosm of the employment interview in a practical and entertaining manner. Taut, streetwise and filled with real-world examples, The Underground Guide provides a formula sure to increase the Interviewing IQ of all but the most clueless (or illiterate) job seekers."
--Charles F. Goetz, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Distinguished Lecturer, Goizueta Business School, Emory University; Serial Entrepreneur; Author, The Great Entrepreneurial Divide, The Winning Tactics of Successful Entrepreneurs and Why Everyone Else Fails!
"Much like a television show that reveals the secrets of how magic tricks are performed, The Underground Guide to Job Interviewing peels back the veil of mystery surrounding the job interview. The book presents a wealth of information forged from years of Todd Moster's experience as a top recruiter in a highly competitive market as well as his own unique experience in interviews. Unlike other books written on the topic of interview strategy, Todd's Guide finds a refreshing balance between being a highly informative manual and a humorous page-turner."
--Bradley McGavin, Esq., Director of Risk Management and Staff Counsel, St. John Knits, Irvine, California
"Todd covers all the bases involved in conducting an effective interview, from the genuine importance of knowing "what do you want to be when you grow up?" to knowing your own resume so that you can respond quickly and confidently to the interviewer, and having good questions prepared for the interviewer to facilitate an effective dialogue...Along the way, Todd employs graphics which are not only hilarious but set forth important principles. Whether you are looking for a job, or looking for an employee (though Todd is clear that this is not a book for employers), you would be well-served by reading The Underground Guide to Job Interviewing."
--Ed Poll, J.D., M.B.A., CMC, author of Secrets of the Business of Law, 2nd ed., (2012) and many more
Today’s cut-throat job market -- in which the job seeker must contend with an increasing number of competitors for a shrinking number of positions -- doesn’t leave much room for error. It’s either shine or die.
The Underground Guide to Job Interviewing is here to help.