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How to give a presentation: (13) the three functions of slides

One of the services that FJWilson Talent Services offers is presentation training. Here our presentation coach, Anthony Haynes, gives the thirteenth in a series of concise, practical, tips. 426 more words

Career Development

How to get a book published - part 1

At some point or other, perhaps after your PhD, perhaps just because you’ve got a great idea, you’ll want to write a book and get it published by a ‘proper’ publisher. 431 more words

Higher Education

The Lost Art Of The Worker Bee

I’m preparing for my second Toastmasters speech this week as well as the holiday (which basically means I am buying a lot of soft drinks and beer because I don’t cook), so I’m sharing a guest post I wrote for my work blog about the importance of followers, not just leaders. 772 more words

Career Development

Do You Want To Advance At Work? If Yes, You Need To Ask Yourself These Questions!

Hey There,

At work, everyone thinks everything is just great with you – and probably can’t get better. You get your work done in time, you meet and surpass targets and your manager thinks your pure gold. 567 more words

Don't Hurt Your Chances of Success

Shana Lebowitz wrote an article for the Business Insider entitled, 9 Common Behaviors that Hurt Your Chances of Success. The source of the behaviors was the Quora thread, “ 558 more words

Career Development

Knowing your weaknesses

This is not (directly) fodder for answering the dreaded interview question, “what are your greatest weaknesses?” Instead, I think we, especially students, should examine our job duties and skills. 534 more words

Transferable Skills

Considering Your Technology Career. Part 1 of 4: Are You Satisfied?

As of this writing, the job market for technical talent is booming in the United States. Even though the US economy is still recovering from the economic calamity of 2008, circumstances have conspired to create a high demand for technical talent. 1,882 more words