‘Peak Performance Interviewing’ offers a breakthrough interview system, helping executives making more than $250K annually secure their perfect job
DUSSELDORF, Germany, June 3, 2019 (Newswire.com) –
Rainer Morita, an international job search coach and hidden job market expert for over 15 years, has coached more than 5,000 executives worldwide to find their perfect job. Now he is bringing his expertise directly to readers across the globe. His bestseller “The Morita Method” is helping high-end executives and entrepreneurs market themselves and find the perfect job in half the time.
The book is already a best seller in Australia, Canada, Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States. “The Morita Method” provides an effective five-step system and superior interviewing skills for landing multiple job offers in the hidden job market. The system has been proven and tested worldwide and is showing particular promise in expat hubs and satellite locations.
Based on “The Morita Method”, “Peak Performance Interviewing for Executives” is available to help executives in any industry win job interviews. “Most people use old school interviewing and fail. “Peak Performance Interviewing” is new school interviewing that leads to peak performance in interviews, must-hire status and ultimately job offers”, points out Morita.
“I coached one CEO candidate when preparing for a second CEO interview although he had been rejected in the first round. The candidate convinced the company owners with an impeccable interview performance. They were indeed surprised to see the same candidate perform in a much better way.”
“Peak Performance Interviewing” is effective for executives including Private Equity professionals, interim managers and entrepreneurs and proven to work despite cut-throat competition at companies like Apple, Google, Amazon Web Services, Dropbox, Intel, Oracle, SAP, Cisco, IBM, Broadcom, Paolo Alto Networks, GrubHub, Alvarez & Marshal, Alix Partners, Heinz Corporation, L’Oreal, United Technologies, BMW, Credit Suisse, Nestle, Novartis, Toyota just to name a few. Morita emphasizes: “It is not the candidate with the best background, but with the best job search strategy and best interview performance who gets the job.”