It’s your unique ID – don’t lose the accent
This story appeared in the press at the weekend:
It got me thinking about the importance of voice and accent, and how they shape our identity.
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“What we have to learn to do, we learn by doing”
It was Aristotle who said that:
‘What we have to learn to do, we learn by doing”
We asked our clients what successful communication skills training looked like. They responded: Continue reading ““What we have to learn to do, we learn by doing”” →
Resilience for Interview
If you’re re-engineering your career then the chances are you’ll be doing a number of interviews. It can be tough out there, especially if you don’t have a good coach//partner/best friend/auntie, to support you. First of all there’s the application to negotiate. Continue reading “Resilience for Interview” →
On a recent project at an all girls school I was struck by how quick they were to sabotage their presenting and interviewing skills.
The negative stories we have made up about ourselves really do count; and thoroughly deserve to be kicked out of court if they are anything less than positive. Continue reading “Bold Girls” →
Interviewing: It’s all in the Mind
TOP TIPS FOR INTERVIEWS
I was looking for information for a client on the importance of mindset at interview – before, during and afterwards (particularly if you have to dust yourself down and have another go). The following Guardian article on resilience proved very helpful: Continue reading “Interviewing: It’s all in the Mind” →