If you’ve been asked to give a public speech, you may wonder: what is public speaking and why is public speaking important? Those questions are quite logical if you’ve never thought much about public speaking before.
As we’ve seen in this diversity and inclusion series on ThemeKeeper Tuts+, there are many powerful benefits of diversity in the workplace. But actually creating a diverse, inclusive business is easier said than done.
You’re about to give a big presentation. Instead of prepping note cards or print outs with your speaking notes, you can use Keynote’s feature presenter notes to keep those cues in view nearby. In this tutorial, learn how to add presenter notes in Keynote.
You can create a rule in Outlook that’ll help you filter emails to specific Outlook folders. In fact, setting up rules in Outlook the right way can help you organize your inbox, deal with unwanted emails, manage your email subscriptions, and more.
Job interviews are terrifying enough, but having a webcam interview in the middle of your living room adds a whole new layer of awkwardness and complexities to the already tense situation.
You’ve been asked to give a big presentation, and you need to prepare slides to share on the screen. Naturally, you’re going to open up Microsoft PowerPoint and start creating slides that help you share your knowledge.
When you’ve got to give a big presentation, it can be a bit daunting to get started. You might already be feeling nervous about speaking in front of a crowd and be running short on preparation time.
One thing we’ve learned in this series about public speaking is that it’s normal to have a fear of public speaking.Hopefully, you’ve also learned that it’s possible to improve your public speaking skills throughmastering the right techniques and through practice.
You’ve just been asked to give a public presentation. Maybe it’s for work. Maybe it’s for school. But no matter where the assignment came from, one thing is certain: you’ve got to overcome your fear of public speaking and you’ve got to overcome it fast.
Let me guess, you don’t like people criticizing you? It doesn’t matter whether it’s your boss, colleagues, or friends, criticisms hurt. The fact is that other people see your flaws better, so learning how to accept criticism is vital if you want to improve at work.
You can use check mark symbols as a way to show off completion. And because presentations often contain status updates it’s great to know how to create them in PowerPoint. Let’s learn how in this quick video lesson.
If you own a business, you already know how important your Microsoft Outlook emails are. They’re how you communicate with clients and they may also be how you get orders. You want to make sure and back up the information in your MS Outlook account so you don’t lose any vital business information. If you use Microsoft Outlook for your personal needs, such as to communicate with friends and family members or for school, those emails are important too.
A curved arrow is a common way to point to a key object in PowerPoint and I’ll teach you how to create on in this quick lesson. I like to use an arrow like this to show how two parts of a process relate.
You may think that the hardest part of resigning is behind you, now that you’ve given your boss the customary two weeks notice most companies require. But it’s not over yet. Someone from human resources may contact you to conduct an exit interview as part of the company’s process for departing employees.