The Stress Free Way To Prepare For Important Presentations

MAY 24, 2016 | BY LIA
Stress Free Presentations

Public speaking is stressful. Even those that thrive as public speakers often get nervous before a major presentation because there is something inherently challenging about standing up and speaking in front of a large group of your peers. But if your job requires a presentation component, you’ll need to prove you’re ready for it. That[…]
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4 Tips For Creating A Stand Out Job Interview Presentation

MAY 23, 2016 | BY LIA
Job Interview Presentations

You have just been asked to come in for a job interview and you are ecstatic……Then, they tell you that you need to give a short presentation as part of the interview and your heart sinks. Don’t despair, in fact be grateful they told you about the presentation in advance. There are companies who ask[…]
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Show That You Can Use Your Presentation Skills To Influence Others

MAY 17, 2016 | BY LIA
Presentation to Influence Others

Did you know that serial killers tend to be highly intelligent? It’s true, they show this by being skilled manipulators who are able to easily convince others to believe whatever it is they are trying to get them to believe. While hiring managers are obviously not trying to hire a serial killer, or someone that[…]
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How To Prepare For Important Presentations

MAY 10, 2016 | BY LIA
Important Presentations

So many people put meaningless statements like “great communication skills” or “great presentation skills” on their resume. It is one thing to tell people that you have these skills, it is quite another to prove it by showing them you have them. Give examples of your ability to communicate verbally in small and large groups,[…]
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If They Offer Coffee, Should I Say Yes?…& Other Great Interview Advice

MAY 9, 2016 | BY LIA
Job interview Advice

Some questions about job interviews are fairly straight forward and easy to answer like – What time should I get to the interview? Should I follow up after the interview etc… Other questions are a bit trickier like should you say yes if they offer you a coffee, who shakes hands first and can I[…]
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Unexpected Presentations! How To Prove You Come Out A Winner

MAY 4, 2016 | BY LIA
Unexpected presentations

Many people fear public speaking, in fact some people are more afraid of public speaking than they are of dying. You might think that sounds extreme but it really is frightening to stand up and speak in front of others, especially when you haven’t had an opportunity to prepare. Not every job requires people to[…]
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How Would You Improve Your Job Performance?

MAY 3, 2016 | BY LIA
Improving Job Performance

Job interview questions that ask you about ‘areas of improvement’ are very much like the ‘biggest weakness question‘. They essentially serve 3 important functions: They test your honesty and identify what level of self awareness you possess They highlight the areas you need to work on so the company can work out a personal development[…]
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11 Behavioural Interview Questions About Delegating Tasks

APRIL 26, 2016 | BY LIA
Delegating Tasks

“You can do anything, but not everything”       David Allen Delegating tasks to all members of your team is a critical part of effective leadership and it is not as easy as it sounds. You need to think carefully about each persons time constraints and level of ability before you decide the right[…]
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