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Do you remember the last time you learnt something new, like a new language or riding a bicycle? Now think about the number of times you have used that new skill. It feels weird knowing that you had, at some point, been a novice. Your brain simply went through what is called “The stages of competence”.
When you strip presentations down to their basics, the endgame is communication. You don’t want to overcrowd your slides with technical jargon, neither do you want to turn it into a kaleidoscope of colours. Here are a few tips to engage your audience with cool slides.
If you have been exposed to enough interviews, you must be familiar with this line “…so do you have any questions for us?” There are quite a number of great questions a candidate could ask at the end of an interview but I have chosen to share just 5 of them. Here goes.
The business landscape of the 70s and 80s was designed to ensure that leadership, ideas for growth, innovation and creativity came from the top. That philosophy is not sustainable in today’s culture where innovation is like the Bellagio Fountains – flowing from all directions. And it takes a lot of creativity to harness all these ideas for the good of the business, that is where design thinking helps.
The feeling you get when you complete your degree and get your certificate is indescribable. As a new graduate, your certificate holds all the memories of long hours in the library, demanding lectures, loud classmates and strict lecturers. Your certificate is the...
The training starts quite on time with the audience seated and the presenter flashing a few overcrowded slides on the screen. A question is popped and a few grunts gotten as feedback. The rambling begins and apologies are offered in between. A few people in the...