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7 Steps to Better Presentations

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There are some obstacles set for new businesses which they need to overcome to successfully company register in Russia and also there are an increased number of foreign nationals wanting to engage in company formation.

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good look at HOW we can make our presentations more relevant to today's audiences - worth the rerad

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Preparing For Five Different Types of #Interview Questions | Sports ...

Preparing For Five Different Types of #Interview Questions | Sports ... | Legal Staffing | Scoop.it
By Dr. Howard Gauthier If you are going to get the job, you need to be prepared for your interview. This includes being prepared to answer the interview questions you will be asked. During your interview you will be judged on ...

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Cruise Line Class's curator insight, January 13, 2015 1:39 PM

I agree that preparation is the key to a successful interview.  The truth is that every interview is different, because every person, role, and company is unique. 

 

The one way to focus efficiently on what you need to know to walk into the interview confident and empowered is to prepare 3 things.  In my interview book I call it a triangle. 

 

The top of the triangle is to know yourself.  That means that you need to know why the employer would hire you.  The top way to feel confident walking into the interview is to know your value.  What are your strengths, what are your traits, what makes you stand apart from all of the other candidates?  Be honest, if you don't know why someone would hire you how will the interviewer know.  Einstein says that if you can't explain it simply you don't know it well enough.

 

The second thing to prepare is the job role.  Go through the job posting bullet by bullet.  If there are any duties, skills, or software you are not familiar with circle them and be ready to discuss similar duties or projects.

 

The third is to know about the company, and if possible the interviewer.  Know what the company does, their mission, vision, values, and service philosophy.  Have they been in the news, have they won recent awards?  Why do you want to work for the company?

 

Hope this article and my advice help to empower not confuse you. 

 

---- If you have any questions around Careers or Leadership...I am on it!  My goal is to share thoughts, tools, and inspiration to help you leverage your strengths, and get to where you want to be faster!  I am grateful and fortunate to work with best in class global organizations and talented leaders, and I love to pass along lessons I gained from my experiences.

PS - Live on Purpose!

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Competitive Intelligence: Finding Fresh Talent For Your Law Firm

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The growth of a law firm is dependent on the quality and often the number of talented attorneys it can attract and keep. That’s way leveraging competitive intelligence data in your quest to snag the best in the legal field is imperative. Below are three ways you can use competitive intelligence to help you get outstanding results from your recruiting efforts:

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16 Tips for Getting 90% of Your Work Done Before Lunch

16 Tips for Getting 90% of Your Work Done Before Lunch | Legal Staffing | Scoop.it

Imagine this.

By the time lunch rolls around, you push back from your desk with a satisfied sigh, saunter off to your car, and drive off to have a leisurely, stress-free lunch, daydreaming about the 18 holes that you're going to play for the rest of the day.

This can be for real.

You can get 90 percent or more of your work done in the morning. Around the time people are groping for the next shot of caffeine, you're shutting down your Macbook and chilling out.


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All the more time for a leisurely lunch with us.

Marc Alan McClure's curator insight, November 28, 2014 11:35 PM

While us creative types rarely strive to be done by lunch, these are some great tips on starting a productive day.

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5 Things You Can Do To Improve Your Relationship With Your Boss (And Your Next Boss)

5 Things You Can Do To Improve Your Relationship With Your Boss (And Your Next Boss) | Legal Staffing | Scoop.it

“The most important driver of employee engagement is the relationship they have with their immediate manager,” says Piera Palazzolo, Senior Vice President of Dale Carnegie Training. She says the most successful relationships are those where bosses and employees really get to know one another.

 

“That’s different from years ago, when you were supposed to ask any personal questions. Those lines are blurred now, people want you to care about them, particularly if there’s something going on in their lives that might affect their performance.”

 

1) Find out exactly what your boss wants, and understand the pressure they’re working under.


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David Hain's curator insight, October 20, 2014 3:02 AM

Relationship matters - and relationships do matter!

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“A great boss changes your career. Carefully consider your boss and be prepared to take an ‘innovator’ role yourself–it’s not just up to them to reveal themselves it’s up to you to ask the questions.”

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14 career lessons from your favourite Christmas movies - reed.co.uk

OK, so we all know that the best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear. The second best way? Gifs from your favourite festive films which are in some way applicable to you. Obviously.

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Anita's curator insight, September 18, 2014 3:05 PM

Funny lessons learned.

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10 Tips for Being the New Employee

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You thought finding a place to sit in the cafeteria as the new kid or struggling to make friends in a new environment was over when you graduated high school--boy, were you wrong. Kids might grow up, but there are still cliques: mean girls, bullies, the cool lunch table. As the new kid on the block, joining a new department or company can be challenging, and not just because you have a brand new job to do. You also need to find your stride amongst your peers while also making a positive impact on the bosses.

 

And you thought middle school was tough.

 

Fortunately, you're older now, presumably wiser, and a lot more confident than you were as a bumbling teen. While every job environment is different, there are some hacks to adapting and fitting in from the start.


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How to Introduce Yourself at a #Job #Interview

How to Introduce Yourself at a #Job #Interview | Legal Staffing | Scoop.it
How to introduce yourself at a job interview, including how to greet the receptionist and what to say and what to do when you meet the interviewer.

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Using Stories to Impress in Job Interviews

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I had an amazing reaction to my post last week about my daughter and working towards your strengths.In a testament to how stories spark stories in others, I was contacted by a client who was inspired

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The 10 Reasons I Ignored Your Resume

The 10 Reasons I Ignored Your Resume | Legal Staffing | Scoop.it

A lot of people want jobs in marketing, which is great news for those of us currently hiring. However, after a decade of screening, interviewing and onboarding marketers, there are still some mistakes that I constantly see.

 

Here are examples of some mistakes you should avoid.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, July 16, 2014 6:17 PM

Job hunting is hard, so don’t make it harder that it has to be. Do yourself a favor and don’t give a company a reason not to hire you before you even get to the interview.

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How To Come Back To Work After A Vacation Without Being Miserable

How To Come Back To Work After A Vacation Without Being Miserable | Legal Staffing | Scoop.it

Vacations are great, but they exact a price. You come back to such a pile of work that you wonder if going away was worthwhile.

The answer is probably yes, but even so, there are ways to make re-entry less traumatic.

1. Plan ahead.

Managing the post-vacation plunge starts before your vacation does. You may be tempted to pile on meetings and projects as soon as you get back to make up for lost time, but a better approach is to stagger the catch-up work over a longer period. At least don’t aim to do it all on the first day. Accept your limitations. A lot of stuff can wait.

 

 


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, July 15, 2014 6:58 PM

Work after a long vacation is like Monday on steroids. Here's how to tackle the work that's piled up even your overflowing inbox.

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15 Career Experts Share The Best #Interview Tips For College Graduates

15 Career Experts Share The Best #Interview Tips For College Graduates | Legal Staffing | Scoop.it
15 college career experts share their best interview tips for recent college graduates searching for jobs, including tips on how to interview without experience.

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Cruise Line Class's curator insight, July 8, 2014 2:22 PM

Excellent advice in this article from different experts.  In case you are getting tired of advice from me:)

 

Until next time...PS - Live on Purpose!

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Six Tips To Give You Confidence During Your Next Job #Interview

Six Tips To Give You Confidence During Your Next Job #Interview | Legal Staffing | Scoop.it
Those of us with jobs and careers at the moment can all still vividly remember a time when we were nervously sitting outside an important-looking office waiting for an emotionless secretary to buzz us in. Even though I had always been a good public speaker, job interviews are still one of the most stressful situations...

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5 Personality Traits You Should Cultivate in Yourself

5 Personality Traits You Should Cultivate in Yourself | Legal Staffing | Scoop.it
Who we are will make a big difference. The way in which we treat other people matters. The indecency or decency which fills our minds and hearts matters.

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Anita's curator insight, January 8, 2015 4:12 PM

Perceptually beneficial qualities to cultivate.

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How Your State of Mind Affects Your Performance HBR

How Your State of Mind Affects Your Performance HBR | Legal Staffing | Scoop.it
So how do leaders shift from lower states of mind to higher states of mind and improve their effectiveness and performance? And how can they help other people in their organizations who tend to default to lower states of mind do the same? We’ve consolidated the best practices into four categories:

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9 Simple (but Essential) Communication Rules for Success

9 Simple (but Essential) Communication Rules for Success | Legal Staffing | Scoop.it
If you want to succeed in business, mastering the art of communication will help get you there.

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Anita's curator insight, December 15, 2014 6:08 PM

Great reminders on how to be an excellent communicator.

Carl david ceder's curator insight, December 15, 2014 6:10 PM

Kind of funny. but perhaps helpful. 

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What Not to Wear to an Interview

What Not to Wear to an Interview | Legal Staffing | Scoop.it

I have hired hundreds of employees right out of school over the years as the founder and CEO of a Silicon Valley-based manufacturing company. However qualified—and they’re all highly educated and extremely talented—one of the most common mistakes I see is wardrobe choice, and this is true for both women and men.

It’s a shame, because no matter how good you look on paper, how you present yourself makes the most impact with a potential employer or new client. As cliché as it might sound, you have to learn to dress for success. Here are six tips:


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, November 20, 2014 4:03 PM

6 dos and don'ts to help you look as good in person as you do on paper.


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Why Some People Get Promoted (And Others Don’t)

Why Some People Get Promoted (And Others Don’t) | Legal Staffing | Scoop.it

Consider how some people who are terrible at their jobs still have them—even get promotions—while others who are great get stuck, plateau, or quit because they’re blocked from advancing. There are many other forces at play. Your achievements don’t line up all orderly and dutifully so you can collect your rewards.


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I've known a lot of musicians and filmmakers (and I was once one of them) who held fast to the ideal that their work would be recognized and rewarded on its own merits. This simply isn't true. While the article focuses on promotions within a company, the philosophy rings true for independent artists: you have to put yourself out there.

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4 Gestures That Turn People Off

4 Gestures That Turn People Off | Legal Staffing | Scoop.it

When you deliver a presentation, your body language is important for one over-riding reason: it creates an instant visual first impression that answers a big question for your audience: "Can I trust this person?"

 

Until now, science has not been able to isolate the specific physical cues that could cause us to not be trusted. But thanks to Dr. David DeSteno, a professor of psychology at Northeastern University, we now know what gestures can undermine the perception of our trustworthiness.

 

Dr. DeSteno devised a study in which participants played a cooperative economic game. Half played face-to-face, and half played over the internet. And those who played face-to-face were videotaped from three camera angles.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, September 3, 2014 6:57 PM

Small movements that you make--movements you probably aren't aware of could be the key to whether others trust you... or not.

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Quelques conseils de langage corporel à adopter lors d'un entretien professionnel

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Tips para convertir a las personas Offline

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What you should wear to a #job #interview depends on the job

What you should wear to a #job #interview depends on the job | Legal Staffing | Scoop.it
You don't want to go overboard, but even in companies with business casual dress codes, human resources managers look at what you choose to wear to the interview to see if you understand how to dress professionally.

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Why You Need To Create Multiple Resumes | CAREEREALISM

Why You Need To Create Multiple Resumes | CAREEREALISM | Legal Staffing | Scoop.it
In today’s job hunt scenario, the 'one size fits all' resume just does not pay off. Find out why you need multiple resumes when job searching.

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5 Factors to Consider Before Accepting a Job Offer

5 Factors to Consider Before Accepting a Job Offer | Legal Staffing | Scoop.it

When considering a new job, it is important to ensure the grass will truly be greener on the other side.

 

While working for a new employer often helps an employee's career, it can also be a detriment. A new study from Spherion Staffing Services revealed that long-term career advancement doesn't always happen by moving from one employer to another, but rather by staying with one company.

 

Specifically, 63% of workers said that long-term career advancement depends on staying with an employer for a long time. Additionally, 61% of workers today said that changing jobs every few years usually damages a person's long-term career prospects.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, July 12, 2014 9:30 PM

When considering a new job, it is important to ensure the grass will truly be greener on the other side.

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Great Info, and not only accurate, but up to date

Courtney Rieck's curator insight, July 14, 2014 7:36 PM

This was an interesting read, because just over three to four years I will be looking for a job hopefully within the aviation industry and as a pilot. Therefore these five tips I have just read have been a help and I will be able to refer back to them when having interviews and even further down the track when I wish to run and own my own business.

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News Flash: You Still Have to Dress for Success

News Flash: You Still Have to Dress for Success | Legal Staffing | Scoop.it

I call this the Head & Shoulders rule: Most of the time in business you don't get a second chance to make a first impression. Yet this simple fact of life is by no means as obvious and well-understood as it should be. Since we're talking here about "real life," in which there are no second acts, rehearsals, or do-overs, it's critical to make sure that the first impression people have of you and your business is at least favorable--and, ideally, fabulous.

 

We're designed by nature to make lightning-fast decisions; it's an outgrowth of our earliest "fight or flight" instincts that were developed for self-preservation (to keep the animals we encountered from eating us).


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, July 15, 2014 7:02 PM

The adage about never getting a second chance to make a first impression remains true. But it's easy to overlook. Here's why you can't afford to ignore it.

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Top 5 Keys To Not Losing Your Job

Top 5 Keys To Not Losing Your Job | Legal Staffing | Scoop.it

Based on my experience in working for companies and studying people at all levels, these are my top 5 keys to not losing your job.

 

1. You Need to Have Drive


If you were a car, what kind of car would you be, a 1962 Mini, a 1960 VW Kombi, a Mustang, or a Porsche? Although Minis and Kombis are cute and good for cruisin', to not lose your job, you need to become a Mustang or Porsche. It’s the people with drive, torque, and power and who work harder, achieve, come early, leave late, make the highest number of calls, sales, and complete projects on time who are most likely to keep their jobs.

 

2. Always Say YES

 

 


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There is a lot of talk about how to get a job but how do you not lose your job? What does it take to keep your job? What sort of person do you need to be? What things do you need to do?Based on my

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