Answer to "Working Under Deadlines or Pressure"You could answer "Yes, some of my best work has been done under deadlines or pressure." You might want to be prepared to give an example. Remember, though, if you don't work well under those conditions, it will show if you get the job.
I can work without any feeling against deadlines and pressure situation , even then i work with pleasure I believe there is allways a good time after hard time ,so i will not have any regret againt the deadlines or pressure .
High achievers tend to perform well in high pressure situations.
yes, i can its just a matter of staying focused and knowing what to imput and paying close attention
I believe pressure really brings out the best in you as it throws up new challenges everyday.
The deadline interview question relates to a series of others: "How well do you work under pressure?"; "How do you prioritize your tasks when there isn't time to complete them all?"; "How do you stay focused when faced with a major deadline?"; "Are you able to cope with more than one job at a time?"When answering any interview question relating to not meeting deadlines, it is important to start with a positive point. You could begin by asserting that "I respond well to the challenge of a deadline", "I enjoy working under pressure", or "I have produced some of my best work in such situations". Be ready to describe your ability to meet deadlines for projects in your current position.AnswerFrom a Project Management point of view, working under pressure is a must for meeting tight deadlines. Remaining calm under pressure is one of the 6 key skills of a Project Manager (others include "well organized", "excellent communication skills").
When I failed to meet with deadlines at that time I embarrassed to disclose but it was my first job and first assignment. From that I learned much experience and this has improved my ability to deliver. Then I understood the deadlines embarrassment and then onwards I have never missed any deadlines.
Some people work well under pressure because it helps them stay focused. Others work well under pressure because they like the rush of having a deadline.
Well, you get extra time to relax and you aren't under pressure to meet certain deadlines. It will give you practice for your future of being out of work from low paying jobs.
Not really - but you have to.
yes i can take
I think I work wel under pressure, I know I have a job to do and I do whatever it takes to get it done.
Why yes I believe I can..
I think that my best work comes from having a deadline and being pressured to reach it. I love the challenge!
well with low temper and be systematic and focus on your work
Employers like employees to be able to work under pressure. When you can work under pressure, it shows that you are a good worker.
work well under pressure , i trust myself these are my strengths
For example someone I know had to meet tight deadlines every single week in her last job, but she did not mind, since the deadline helped her to work hard and to achieve great results.
Working well under pressure can be difficult for many while easy for others. Remember to breath and take time on the project it might take until the deadline to be finished but it will get there.
You can,but i wouldn't recommend.As people with aspergers don't work well under pressure
As a general rule, no. Most WikiReviewers projects are not assigned deadlines.
Not really - but you have to.
Not just anyone can be a professional mangaka. There are a few things to consider. First, you have to be proficient in manga, as well as other art styles. You have to be able to keep your work consistent, work well with a team, be versatile, be responsible, and be capable of working under pressure and deadlines. To draw manga on your own for your own pleasure, all it takes is some practice and maybe a couple of how to books from the library.
High achievers tend to perform well in high pressure situations. I have enjoyed Working under pressure, its like a challenge. Creating a good environment and planning will lead to success that's what I believe the most.2. Working under pressure has always been a learning experience for me because it helps me grow. I have always worked well during deadline, and I always learned how to work more efficiently afterward.