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Notice their posture and stance, their facial expressions, their demeanour, the intonation of their voice and their choice of words. Why not try to cultivate a positive and cheerful manner to go with your professional competence? Imitate the best. Actions The best advertising is a personal recommendation. So first and foremost you must perform a good, professional job, keeping up-to-date as necessary. That will help your Me plc Production department to keep going. Remember that you do not need to be the best to be successful; by definition not everyone can be the best.
Or is it to claw your way over others? We all `use' people to some degree but to what extent do we repay that use? Are you as willing to help as to be helped? If you are engaged in a two-way process of mutual help, even if your help is directed at a third party, then you are likely to have little to worry about from an ethical viewpoint. Your sniper's list So who is on your sniper's list? Think of people inside and outside your organization. Take any legitimate opportunity to meet the Chairman, the Chief Executive and any Director or head of division, including Personnel.
All three are valid reasons but ideally you should only miss an opportunity because of the first. The other two can be addressed by attending training courses or reading books on presentation skills. Should it be part of your development plan to either read books on presentation skills or attend a training course? There are two secrets to making a good presentation. Together they improve your performance and reduce, but do not eliminate, the butterflies. They are: 1 Thorough preparation. 2 Careful practice.
30 Minutes to Market Yourself (30 Minutes) by Tony Atherton