The Art of Public SpeakingFeatured
Topic: The art of public speaking
Imagine you just found out you have to give a 10 minute speech in front of three hundred people next week. For most of us, this news would bring a giant wave of panic. Not to worry! Check out our guide, "The Art of Public Speaking" for tips
on how to give a great speech! Before you even hit the stage, put in the necessary prep work. Your speech should be organized (an intro, main points, and a summary) and rehearsed in front of friends and family. Lastly, see if it's possible to
see and familiarize yourself with the stage or space the day before. It would also be ideal to test out any technical equipment beforehand. Now get out there and give a great speech!
The Importance of Nonverbal CommunicationFeatured
Topic: Nonverbal Communication
You've probably heard of nonverbal communication; things like eye contact and body posture. But were you aware of the effects it can have on your chances of landing a job or moving up in a company?
Working In A Team SettingFeatured
"Teamwork makes the dream work." Want to know the qualities of a proven, results-driven team? It takes some conscious work and Billy walks us through how!
What is Professionalism?Featured
What comes to mind when you hear the word "professionalism"? It's what separates you from the pack and catches the eye of management. We've been asking all of our interviewees to define the word and whether we're asking a
scientist or a tech entrepreneur, the answers were all unanimous. Check out what they had to say!
Business Etiquette Part Three: Happy Hour And DiningFeatured
Topic: Happy Hour And Dining Etiquette
In this third part of our "Business Etiquette" series, Billy Glading and Crystal L. Bailey from the Etiquette Institute of Washington walk us through the do's and don'ts of business etiquette for after hours events as well as
business lunches and dinners.
Business Etiquette Part Two: Workplace and CommunicationsFeatured
Topic: Workplace Etiquette
In this second part of our "Business Etiquette" series, Billy Glading and Crystal L. Bailey from the Etiquette Institute of Washington walk us through the do's and don'ts of business etiquette for workplace communication and how
to avoid being "that guy".