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You are preparing for an interview.  

What do you want the interviewer to know about you that will be interesting and build engagement and trust, two essential hiring qualities.

The brilliant novelist Toni Morrison once told students at Princeton that she wrote her first book because she wanted to read it.

When you are preparing for job interviews, you must share information and insights not included on your resume or LinkedIn profile. This is important as hiring managers increasingly focus on elements of your sustainability within the organization’s culture.  

Almost every applicant I have interviewed was reluctant to deliver a compelling narrative about their knowledge and experience.  

That is too bad because most had great stories to tell and ideas to share.  

Share the information you would want to hear if you were conducting the interview.  You are that unwritten book.