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    March 17, 2020

    4 Skills You Need to Be a Great Addition to Any Team

    While being hired for a new role is a great accomplishment, ensuring that you’re a long-term fit for the company involves developing new skills. As previously discussed in our blog post on ‘10 Tips for Acing the Introductory Period at Your New Job’, this is where planning for the future comes in. Thinking about possible opportunities for advancement by being a great team player is one way to get ahead. To help you get started on aiming for that promotion, here is a list of skills you should equip yourself with when working with a team:
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  • Tips on Memorizing Names to Improve Your Networking
    February 25, 2020

    Tips on Memorizing Names to Improve Your Networking

    The ability to meet new people presents unique opportunities for yourself to build essential relationships and expand your business networks. To be able to create these networks and strengthen your business connections, being good with names is critical. By adopting these tips into your business networking routine, you can create a better impression with your networks and elevate your professional career.
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  • 10 Ways to be More Confident in Meetings
    December 9, 2019

    10 Ways to be More Confident in Meetings

    Like us, lots of people find it difficult to speak up at meetings. They have things that they want to say, but they lack the confidence to voice their opinion. This article contains ten tips to help people speak up at their meetings.
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  • Avoid Meetings When Possible. Prepare for Them When Necessary
    April 3, 2019

    Avoid Meetings When Possible. Prepare for Them When Necessary

    Leading meetings is a great way to gain visibility and leadership opportunities in an organization. It provides you a chance to show your ability to direct a group to reach specific outcomes. Also, running meetings is a great way to show your peers and bosses; they can trust you to lead. Conversely, being in charge of a poorly run meeting can be disastrous for your career. Therefore, don't underestimate the value of running great meetings.
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