Recruiters want to know you can handle having two people waiting for you while the phone is ringing, and another customer is being unreasonable and rude, while still being unruffled. This is what you do: Cook up one of your experience that saved a company you once worked for and how helpful it was.
I thrive on challenge and constantly set goals for myself, so I have something to strive toward. My name is John. They see you as reliable. An efficacious personnel who could make things happen when we are at our closed ends; though assumed to be a staff already; thence this confidence will make them make a clapping or even a standing ovation for you and then you are worked.
I always take notes, and I use a series of tools to help myself stay on top of deadlines. Employers know when they hire someone who is results-oriented, they will do whatever it takes to get the job done.
That means looking neat, but not overdressed, having good posture, being pleasant, and being well-spoken.
I actually like it. You crunch away at your work according to a specific system, and you like being part of that system because it results in useful, condensed information of some sort.
My experience includes successfully calling people in director-level positions of technology departments and developing viable leads. Sounds stressful right?
I am a very shy person but you can get the best of me when you get closer to me.