Everyone knows that good jobs are hard to come by. It’s even more difficult if you’re trying to land a well-paying job that is in high demand. Well, thanks to interview and job hunting experts at Monster.com who developed a top 10 list of interview skills. The key interview skills to master are: Practice good… Continue reading Land Your Best Job By Practicing Interview Skills
Whether you are a high-powered executive or an intern just starting your career, good presentation skills are critical to climbing the corporate ladder. However, almost 75 percent of people have public speaking anxiety to a certain degree. This fear is known as glossophobia. More women (44 percent) than men (37 percent) fear addressing a crowd. … Continue reading Does Public Speaking Make You Weak in the Knees?
Every person I meet whether in business, at home or in a social setting communicates differently. Some talk with their hands, others with raised voices and still others with strong facial expressions. As part of our focus on empowering and training up high schools students on their interview and public speaking skills, I listened to… Continue reading Tony Robbin’s Speaking Insight
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the current unemployment rate is 3.6 percent, making it the lowest in 50 years. It may appear to be a job seeker’s market, but this does not necessarily mean it is much easier to land your dream job. Today’s employers are looking to hire highly qualified candidates with… Continue reading Strategies for Acing your Job Interview
Have you ever been told by your parents, a teacher or even a boss that you need to speak more professionally, stop mumbling or you are talking too fast? These are common speech issues that are encountered every day. Like many other people, the founders of SpeakPulse had speech distractors that recruiters often reminded them… Continue reading Looking for a Personal Speech Coach? We Have a Better Solution.
Speaking professionally and sounding articulate go hand-in-hand but they’re skills that don’t come naturally to most people. It takes practice to understand areas for improvement and identify weak points in your speech delivery. However, once you hone your speaking skills, they will serve as a great advantage to you in the real world. Here are… Continue reading Three quick and easy ways to improve your speech delivery
Business settings can entail many things. They can be internal meetings, client presentations, trade conferences or networking events. Regardless, there are three key parts to communicating effectively in any business environment. Being proficient in these three areas will help showcase your professionalism and make you more successful. 1) Speech delivery – often times it’s not… Continue reading The three parts to communicating effectively in business settings
As an instructor, professor or coach, you have a vested interest in the success of your students or clients. Part of that success comes from core skills. Across many disciplines, whether it be business or health sciences, one consistent requirement is having strong presentation skills. What are you doing to help your students and clients… Continue reading Help your students and clients speak professionally and confidently
Definition Binary interjections (also known as fillers, interrupters, or hesitation devices) include “um”, “ah”, “uh”, “er”, “oh”, “like” (used as a filler), “hmm”, or any word or phrase that fills time in a sentence but provide no tangible value or meaning. They evoke hesitation and uncertainty about what to say, a lack of confidence, poor… Continue reading Binary Interjections’ and How to Avoid Using Them