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Hey ambitious professionals, it's Linda Rainer of Linda Raynor Comm, a career strategist and intuitive purpose coach. I help driven professionals like you enhance your personal brand so that you can pursue a career you'll truly enjoy. In today's video, I'm going to talk about a topic that I've been asked about constantly - phone interviews. Here are four key items that hiring managers, recruiters, and HR professionals are looking for in that initial phone screen interview that you need to keep in mind and work on. The first thing interviewers are looking for in a phone screen is your energy and confidence. The thing about phone interviews is that they can't see your face, read your facial expressions, or have an in-person connection with you. So, the way you come across over the phone is really important. This comes down to the tone of your voice, the energy in that voice, and how you answer questions. When I say energy and confidence, I don't mean try to sound overly happy or excited. What I actually mean is that you should try to come across as pleasant, calm, and not overly pushy. Confidence comes from your ability to listen to the question being asked and allowing for a short awkward pause between the question and your answer. You don't have to rush into giving your full response right after the question is asked, but you also don't want to take too long to give your answer. The second thing to pay attention to is having clear, concise, and articulate answers. Because interviewers can't see your face, it's easy for them to zone out while you're talking on the phone. You don't want them to be scrolling through social media while you're answering their questions. Avoid rambling and taking too much...