Business Communication Today, 15th Ed.
Chapter 17. Enhancing Presentations with Slides and Other Visuals
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Chances are you'll have at least one video interview using Skype or another Internet-based phone service.
"Many people will tell you that the most effective way to find your next job is by meeting people and fostering relationships," says Matt Johnston (photo, left).
According to Justin Gmoser (photo, left), "If there's one thing you should get right when visiting a foreign country, it's the greeting.
Recently Gmail began dividing its incoming email into 3 inboxes - primary, social (Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest), and promotional (newsletters, retail offers, etc.
"There are many things you have to remember to do and say in an all-important job interview, but don't miss the elephant in the room: the things that you should never do," says Justin Gmoser in his introduction to his video on the topic.
"Public speaking is hard enough for most of us.
In this video the editors at Wipster interview key people in the industry.
This video presentation by Professor Patricia Jenkinson describes the process of perception and helps explain why we each perceive the world in a unique way.
According to Kent Anderson, "I’m a fan of PowerPoint.
"As a performance coach I’ve been privileged to work with a varied selection of fascinating people.
Here is a Dave Paradi SlideShare presentation "based on ideas in his Present It So They Get It.
"Martha had some strong comments about bloggers, yet her PR folk pitch bloggers in an attempt to tap into their influence with their audience.
"Beyond being late and looking like a slob, there are a few things that you should NEVER say during a job interview.