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Saturday, January 7, 2017

Tips Before Interview

5 tips to power you up for job interviews


By N.E.B.

Interviews may be by far the most important part of the hiring process. It one way for the recruiter to know whether all the information written on your profile are valid and accurate. Hence, it is, shall I say an investigation part where one is put into a friendly interrogation and extract necessary information and at the same time, getting to know you more.
Below are the tips before you draw yourself in the company and get interviewed:

Monday, January 9, 2017

Simple TIPS on How to Survive in College



By: N.E.B.

College is perhaps one of the most difficult days of student’s life. 

Living out of your comfort zone may be a bit of a challenge for some and it requires adjustment. Yes, it takes some time to adjust in an environment where people around you seem like strangers and do not care at all.  There are different styles or techniques that students use in order to survive college. Here are some tips for your reference:

Saturday, January 7, 2017

What your Curriculum Vitae looks like and how the recruiter sees and "seize" it

By: N.E.B.

10 TIPS TO TOP UP YOUR CV

A TOP-OF-THE-ART COMPANY RECRUITMENT OFFICER'S VIEW ON CURRICULUM VITAE


By: N.E.B.

Its only a matter of 6 seconds for you to win the eyes and attention of the recruiter. According to Business Insider, recruiters spend an average of six seconds reviewing resumes before they can make an initial decision whether to shortlist you or not; having said that, you should heighten your profile and must never leave a room for mistakes.

Thursday, February 9, 2017

5 Techniques on How to Kill Your Audience with Your Slideshow


By: D.S.M.

Seminar presentations have gotten me shot dead where I was seated!

Unless you got a presenter like Tim Cook or Steve Jobs, seminar presentations usually get its audience dying of boredom. I admit I am also not good in creating slideshows so I asked Google for some articles and suggestions. There are plenty of suggestions out there and some of it can be too long to read.


Sunday, January 29, 2017

10 Tips for Writing a Professional Email

By: N.E.B.

EMAIL WRITING ETIQUETTE IN BUSINESS SETTINGS

Electronic mail or email made it easy to communicate about business within the organization. Emailing is a vital activity of the professionals to express, inform, and influence a person or a group of people. 

Sunday, January 15, 2017

8 Suggestions for Effective Study Habits



TIPS AND INKLINGS FOR USEFUL ACADEMIC WORKS AND HABITS

By: N.E.B.

Studying is an integral part of life and it is one thing that students feel awful about. For some, nothing is easier than just sit down in front of the lecture and daydream about the future plans and even plans for the day. 

Monday, January 23, 2017

6 Tips to Consider in Speaking before the Crowd


A PUBLIC SPEAKING GUIDELINES FOR ALL OCCASIONS
By: N.E.B.

Speaking in front of the crowd is a communication skill that is indeed a moment for one to inform, influence, and inspire others. Perhaps, half of the world no longer reads to be informed but most of them listen instead. Effective public speaking skills are needed to do all these reasons and so, I have come up with a helpful list to consider before speaking in front of the crowd.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

How to Leave a Good Impression that Lasts

TIPS FOR ESTABLISHING YOURSELF A WINNING CHARACTER

In wherever part of the world you may be, attitude really counts a lot before anybody else will generate judgment on you. People see you and will instantly judge and it’s up to you on how you make others give judgment. Below are the things that you want to consider if you wanted to make good impressions to others:

1.   Be proactive. In the workplace, being proactive to the tasks will make quite an impact on your supervisor and colleagues. It means a lot to your character and a well-established work ethics that your supervisor or manager will not regret in hiring you. It is a game of diligence and rich values at work.

2.   Smile. Don’t fake it because people will see it in your eyes. Smile lightens up someone’s day even those who struggles a lot. It is a powerful tool in making people like you as it generates positive vibes and a welcoming presence. It exudes a positive energy that the people needs. Added to the list, drawing a smile on your face gives people the idea that you are an approachable person and that they will build trust on you.

3.   Greet genuinely. A simple hello or good morning to people won’t hurt. It tells so much about your character that you are a person who is polite and cares about the humanity. Being so passive to your colleagues or to the people around you makes the environment toxic as it drags the good ambiance down to its zero point friendliness zone.

4.   Communicate regularly. Communication is vital in every situation. It emanates avoidance of any conflict that may arise. Constant communication with your colleagues or manager speaks something about you that you are conversant enough to know something that would make you a better person.

5.   Speak truthfully. Integrity in the workplace is something that is badly needed from all. One of the requirements to achieve such integrity is by speaking truthfully in every communication you have, be it in writing or speaking. It is the ultimate behavior that radiates from our inner self which makes us a better person as a result.


These simple acts require no training and should be coming from ourselves. Behaviors such as these are basic things to consider yet will make a person likable and trusted. 




Sunday, February 19, 2017

Tips for Writing a Stirring Graduation Speech

A TOP OF THE CLASS SPEECH THAT MAGNIFIES THE HEARTS OF LISTENERS

By: N.E.B.

Graduation day is fast approaching and the smell of the honors’ list is in the air.