Aug 21, 2018 - 10:36 PM
Mar 04, 2019 - 01:39 PM
No employer is going to believe this line: "I love pressure – the more the better!" Don’t try to dismiss pressure as something that doesn’t bother you. Just be honest about it: Sometimes you work under pressure better than other times, but you always learn from the experiences and try to use the times that you have fumbled with pressure to help you think faster on your feet in the future. Again, use an example (or examples) of a time when pressure forced you to think outside your normal channels, and how you believe that particular experience made you better at your job. For example, you might talk about how you have learned that it is more productive to take a few deep breaths and jot down notes before jumping into action on the pressure-filled situation. Doing this allows you to resolve the pressure-filled situation in a smooth manner.