Delivering a confident presentation. Did you know that 60-70% of meaning is derived from non-verbal communication? Many speakers stress about what they’re going to say in their speech, but forget all about another crucial element of their presentation – their body language and how this influences what you say. Body Language refers to the messages […]
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Structuring a presentation Now you know who you are presenting to and why, it’s time to work out what you are going to say. What you say forms the body of your presentation. This is where you make your key points. Tip: Check how long you have been asked to speak for and time yourself […]
Good interviewers are analysts of human behaviour and can tell when a person might be deceiving them, says “the lie guy”, Steve Van Aperen. It’s actually very difficult for the average person to lie, says Van Aperen, who has trained with the FBI and other investigative authorities, and conducted both employment and criminal interviews. Lying […]
Feeling anxious about interviewing, speaking in public or presenting to a group is perfectly natural. You can learn to manage that anxiety so that you’ll speak with poise, assurance, and wow everyone with your confidence, every time. So, where do you start? You need to discover what presenters have known for years: 1. Speaking to […]
Finding it difficult to draft a resume? Read on for 12 easy steps by Winsome Bernard of Quay Appointments. You will also find a free and easy template on our website.