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Interview Tips from Famous TED Talkers
Preparation for a TED Talk has a lot in common with preparation for an interview. Here, you can read about how three famous TED Talkers prepared for their Talks, and how you can use these preparation methods for your next interview.
Command a Room with "The Strike Method"
As Christie's Auction House's lead benefit auctioneer, Lydia Fenet knows how to command a room. In this excerpt from her book, "The Most Powerful Woman in the Room is You," she gives advice that anyone can use to engage an audience—no gavel necessary.
That Should Be a Class: Basic Post-College Skills You’ll Probably Need to Teach Yourself
College prepares you for "real life"—right? Here we cover ways to pick up basic skills you need, but that school probably didn't teach you.
9 Professional Skills You Need to Master Before 40
Here are nine workplace skills you should have mastered (or just about mastered) by the time you turn 40.
4 Ways to Showcase Your Leadership Skills in Meetings
If you want to increase your visibility, boost your credibility, and show off your leadership capabilities, meetings are the place to do it.
How to Answer the “What Is Your Weakness” Interview Question
Unsure how to answer the dreaded "What is your weakness" interview question? Here, we walk you through the steps you should take to answer this question in order to make a positive impression on your interviewer.
Are You, Like, Saying Something Without, Like, Knowing That It's, Like, Hurting Your Career?
are you saying like too much?
Big Presentation? 7 Tips To Help You Take Risks and Wow Your Audience
The only thing worse than having to sit through a boring speaker is being that boring speaker. Here are 7 tips to help you take risks and wow your audience next time out.