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9 Techniques to Delivering a Speech with Confidence

Dumb Little Man

According to a 2001 Gallup Poll, 40% of Americans admit to being afraid to speak in front of an audience; in fact, this fear ranks second only to fear of snakes. Gavin de Becker, a renowned expert on the prediction and management of violence, believes that fear of public speaking is really about being afraid of losing one’s identity. Rehearse out loud with all the equipment you plan on using.

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9 Techniques to Delivering a Speech with Confidence

Dumb Little Man

According to a 2001 Gallup Poll, 40 percent of Americans admit to being afraid to speak in front of an audience; in fact, this fear ranks second only to fear of snakes. Gavin de Becker, a renowned expert on the prediction and management of violence, believes that fear of public speaking is really about being afraid of losing one’s identity. Rehearse out loud with all the equipment you plan on using.

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Creating a Win/Win for Admin and Executive

Office Dynamics

I've had many assistants share with me the challenges they face on a daily basis and how their managers endeavor to make them more effective in their department. Engage your admins by providing ample development opportunities; facilitating two-way communication between administrative professionals and management; and helping administratve partners understand the priorities of the business and how their role contributes to the bottom line. Win/Win a guest blog by Pamela J. Baird.

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Will This Tough Job Market Change Generation Y?

45 Things

With their technology skills and great social networking abilities, GenY ( born roughly between 1980-2003) previously have found employers willing to meet their expectations. Like the rest of job hunters, Generation Y has found jobs can be tough to come by, even with their skills. Further, now almost one-third of applicants are trying to get jobs below their skills level, a jump of 25 percent from the pre-recession level. Then the 2001 recession hit the Telecom and IT sector.

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