How to build your brand to win over your target
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Make the most of meetings with colleagues at the office and home
Tips on how to become a better communicator
Does networking scare you? Learn how not to be scared.
This report seeks to assist with some of the more pertinent reporting needs for busy finance executives at all levels.
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Key insights and techniques to aid those who want to thrive and grow through the simple art of talking to people.
Learn some useful tips to improve your networking skills.
Tips to improve your presentation skills.
David Gillespie, professional actor and coach, brings some practical tips in how to promote your brand, persuade people and better negotiate.
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The author shares cross-examination, communication and presentation advice for valuation experts giving evidence in court.
Discusses the five most important aspects of nonverbal communication, common mistakes and how non-verbal cues can be utilised in both face-to-face and virtual settings.
Article offering advice to accounting and finance professionals on effective design and preparation of presentation slides. Instead of relying on bullet points and blocks of text, the author emphasises the power of visuals in creating a more impactful presentation.
Slack's slick messaging software has convinced companies of all sizes that they can move past the inbox. But will what comes next be better — or worse?