Secure the job you want and deserve
Research and prepare carefully throughout your job search
Utilize your introversion to maximize your chances of interview success
Friendly, experienced advice from a professional who understands introverts
As an introvert, you may feel that extraverts have it easy when searching for their dream job. Introversion is something to be overcome if you want that role, right? Wrong – the way introverts work and behave, far from being an obstacle, can actually be immensely effective in the interview process. This is precisely what this quick guide from Bob McIntosh demonstrates. Taking you through the entire interview process, from your initial job searching and networking to the interview itself, you will see how your working style preferences can be utilized – and indeed, optimized - to prepare you for success.
About the Author
Bob McIntosh, a proud introvert, is a career trainer who leads more than 15 job-search workshops at an urban career center. Bob is qualified in the Myers-Briggs Type Inventory and leads an engaging MBTI workshop, in which he encourages introverts to realize their strengths and apply them to their job search. In addition, Bob is well known in the community as a LinkedIn authority; he teaches LinkedIn for Business workshops at a local community college. Bob's greatest pleasure is helping people find rewarding careers in a competitive job market. Follow Bob on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/bob_mcintosh_1 and LinkedIn at http://www.linkedin.com/in/bobmcintosh1.