Effectively communicating your ideas is a vital skill in business. When you give a business presentation or speak up during a meeting, people’s perceptions of you are formed by the Visual, Verbal, and Vocal aspects of your delivery.
An interesting article in the Huff Post caught my eye the other day: McDonald's Orders Friendly Service After Customer Complaints Rise.
If you truly want to develop your leadership skills, but can’t seem to find any opportunities to do so within your current position, then why not look for opportunities outside of your current position?
I’m a firm believer in the power of preparation and practice, because these occasions offer you the opportunity to shine. But what about when you are faced with an impromptu presentation?
In my last blog I shared my thoughts on women as leaders in the corporate world -- and reviewed some of the reasons why there are fewer women in leadership roles than men. You can read this blog here.
With the release of Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s new book, Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, the role of women as leaders has been prominently in the news.
Are you lucky enough to have a business mentor?
There’s a huge difference between being humble, and being passive, mousy or timid.