In answering the “How do you handle stress?” question during an interview, the best strategy is to give some examples of stress that has successfully addressed in the past. Everyone faces some kind of stress at work from time to time. Probably not believe you if you say, “I’ve never been in a stressful situation.” So take some time before the interview to reflect on his career and come up with some stressful situations that can talk. Make sure they are situations that had a happy ending, thanks to positive action. (If this is your first job, think of a situation of stress in school or other aspects of his life.) Tell how to use time management techniques for problem solving or decision-making skills to reduce stress. Mention stress-reducing activities such as exercise, stretching and taking breaks.
Do not be afraid to admit he would ask for help if you began to feel overwhelmed. If true, they say they really work best under pressure. Some jobs are more stressful than others. This question is often a sign of things to come. In other words, there are questions about whether stress is a totally relaxed and calm! So give serious thought, not just the issue itself, but why are asking him. If you definitely do not want a stressful job has a ready answer that makes this clear. Can be removed from the operation, but probably would not want the position anyway if it is to stress to you.
Sample responses: “I do not easily stressed. One of my former bosses, even referred to me as imperturbable.” I know the importance of flexibility and I’m good at adapting to changing situations and changing priorities. But if you begin to feel stressed, I’ll take a break to stretch or a little exercise and clear my mind. If stress is affecting my work, and because more beyond my control, I will discuss with my boss. “After mentioning a specific example:” I remember one situation where I was working at ABC Company, where a large customer demanded to finish his project two weeks before!