While the nationwide quarantine and shelter-in-place restrictions have spawned numerous webinars and posts about how to rock your next virtual meeting (and I know, because I have written many myself), here’s one topic that has not been addressed much: how to take care of your voice.
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If YOU don’t sound interested in what you’re saying during your presentation, your audience certainly won’t be.
Whether presenting virtually or before a live audience, speakers should not leave their talking points to chance.
Last week during a customized session of The No-Panic Plan for Virtual Presenters webinar, a participant shared this question in the chatbox. We discussed solutions during the call for this commonplace occurrence.
Ditch the chronological résumé.
Why do we even need cover letters? Aren’t we just repeating what is already listed in the résumé?
As organizations are slowly beginning to lift their hiring freezes, it may be more important than ever to stand out in the marketplace. We are relying on technology to apply for jobs and even interview. Regardless, a good old-school résumé can come to the rescue.
With a nod to the book Love in the Time of Cholera, what about Email in the Time of Corona?
This week, many states have lightened shelter-in-place restrictions. Employees have begun slow transitions back to their corporate offices, complete with temperature checks, long lines at the elevator, and mandatory hand sanitization every two hours.
Because so many of us can’t meet face to face as we shelter in place during this pandemic, we are depending on Zoom and Skype and FaceTime and livestreaming and various other virtual platforms. Email still reigns supreme as the number one most widely used communication tool for follow-up required correspondence, but with email, we […]