Monthly Archives: October 2010

It’s Tough To Be A Prospective Teacher

After being interviewed by the school administration, the prospective teacher said: Let me see if I’ve got this right. You want me to go into that room with all those kids, correct their disruptive behavior, observe them for signs of … Continue reading

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How not to run a meeting

http://www.youtube.com/v/kp6H8XMf5ec?fs=1&hl=en_GB via positionignition.com Remember, Encourage and Facilitate Success.

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How Do You Move An Elephant?

How do you move an elephant? Entice it with it’s own desire. Then once it is moving, you nudge it or encourage it to change directions. But really, an elephant is going to go where they what want to go. … Continue reading

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The Different Views of a Project

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Take Advantage of Presenter View to Create Powerful PowerPoint Slides

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Eight Classic First Interview Mistakes Featuring Dave – Careers Articles

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The Recruiting Industry is Broken

Recruiters and HR departments would rather hire someone who is working, instead of someone who is unemployed. Yet, they will call and speak to you as if you have been breathlessly waiting by the phone for their call. It has … Continue reading

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How Many Credit Cards Are in Your Wallet?

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Networking Tip for People Who Don’t Like to Network

Here is a networking tip for all of you who don’t like to network. Send a request to connect with your job reply. Most people have posted their resume on the internet somewhere (Hot Jobs, Monster, Etc). When someone sends … Continue reading

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Pocket Knife and Meeting Expectations

In the last 10 years I have spent more nights in a hotel than at home. Out of necessity I have been forced to research EDC (Every Day Carry) objects. I’ve needed a time keeper, alarms clock, pocket knife, flashlight, … Continue reading

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