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Museum is to collect, preserve, interpret, and display items of cultural, artistic, or scientific significance for the education of the public. A Museum as an art institution is based on an implici...
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Ely Sakhai, Business Supplies and Equipment

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The 15 Most Common Presentation Mistakes

The 15 Most Common Presentation Mistakes | Ely Sakhai | Scoop.it

If you’re not entirely comfortable speaking in public, then giving a PowerPoint in front of your colleagues or clients can be a great source of anxiety.

 

And if you’re not confident as you create your slideshow, the final product can make you seem like a real amateur.

 

To help you engage your audience instead of putting it to sleep, the experts at SOAP Presentations in São Paulo, Brazil, compiled the most common mistakes that you easily fix.


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Jane Anderson's curator insight, August 25, 2014 7:56 PM

"And if you’re not confident as you create your slideshow, the final product can make you seem like a real amateur."

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Joy Moore's curator insight, August 26, 2014 6:35 PM

Some great tips on what not to put into a powerpoint.  Seen a few presentations over the years that could have benefited from this.

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10 Tips for Being the New Employee

10 Tips for Being the New Employee | Ely Sakhai | Scoop.it

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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7 Tactics Top Growth Teams Use to Engineer Traction for a Growing Business

7 Tactics Top Growth Teams Use to Engineer Traction for a Growing Business | Ely Sakhai | Scoop.it

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If a business is unable to create real sustainable growth over and extended period of time, it can't be said to have gained traction, a state of affairs where repeatability of growth processes act to deliver improved outcomes for the business on an ongoing basis.


Three keys to sustainable growth are acquisition, action and retention, and a business wanting long term success needs to work on all three of these key processes.


This excellent article, suggests that growth can be engineered, and it discusses each of the three keys to growth and offers seven tactics that can be deployed in any business to engineer traction.

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How To Use Conflict To Your Advantage At Work

How To Use Conflict To Your Advantage At Work | Ely Sakhai | Scoop.it

Whether we like it or not, conflict is a constant in life. From big-picture decisions about the future to where to eat lunch, every day we have myriad differences of opinion with others.

 

Somewhere between browbeating and caving in every time you’re faced with someone else’s preferences, there’s a middle ground out of which can spring innovation and ideas. Here are five steps to stop avoiding conflict and start managing it.

 


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, July 31, 2014 6:49 PM

If you’re wasting time always trying to keep the peace, you could be missing out on an important source of energy and innovation.

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View surfer john on about.me. About.me makes it easy for you to learn about surfer john’s background and interests. (I complimented surfer john’s page at @aboutdotme!
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