Learning how to actually stop speaking, and do it well, can really make or break an answer.
And I'm not talking about people who ramble on for too long, I'm talking about having a strong couple of sentences at the end of your answer that:
✅ Summarises your offering;
✅ Reinforces your skills in the area being discussed; and
✅ Reiterates your enthusiasm and value add for the role.
It's all too common to say "and so.. eh.... yeh....?" (the fizzle out!)
Instead say "So in summary, I have extensive project management experience gained over the last 5 years, I'm skilled in end to end project delivery, and feel confident and excited about bringing these qualities to the role."
This not only allows you to stop speaking and pass back naturally to the interviewer, but also shows a level of confidence in what you've said and up-sells you.
Best of luck.
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