Turn off the TV, sit down and have all your phone interview preparation material handy. You need to concentrate a little more during a phone interview so make sure you create or are in a quiet environment. Turn off call-waiting and other notifications so that your call isn’t interrupted.
Keep your Resume Handy
Keep your resume close and remember to revisit your projects, challenges, and highlights. They will help to clearly answer all the questions related to your prior experiences and highlight any relevant achievements.
Do your Research
Research new employer and the project from the Job description, make notes of questions, you would like to ask about the role, responsibility, deliverable and team you will be working with.
To be sure the interviewer can hear you, ensure you speak directly into the phone or headset. Let the interviewer finish speaking before responding to his/her questions. Be sure to keep it personal and as natural as you are speaking to them in person. tone in your voice will come across as energetic and positive.
A little bit of preparation goes a long way. We hope this blog was useful to you.
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