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Posted October 19, 2015 by

Beyond the text: Communication and Gen Z – Part three: Interacting in the workplace

Part 3 of the webinar series Beyond the text: Communication and Gen Z, “Interacting in the Workplace” explains the vital role of communication in the modern workplace and prepares college students and recent graduates to adapt from the college setting to the business environment. Part 3 of this webinar will make the process of transitioning from college to the workplace a smoother one as students and graduates understand the importance of quality communication and gain practical tips and insights. (more…)

Posted July 07, 2014 by

Interviewing for an Entry Level Job? What Your Body Language Can Do for You

During an interview for an entry level job, it’s not just about what you say verbally than can make a difference, but also what you don’t say.  Learn how body language can influence this meeting in the following post.

The top candidate doesn’t always get hired. Sometimes, it was something they said during the interview that takes them out of contention. And sometimes, it was something they didn’t say – at least out loud. To understand the value of non-verbal communication, and how best to present yourself at your next job

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Posted April 12, 2013 by

Job Interview First Impressions – Make It The Best

Carole Martin, The Interview Coach

Carole Martin, The Interview Coach

That first impression can be a great beginning, or a quick ending to your interview. Three areas of performance, that should be considered dangerous and deadly:

1. Poor non-verbal communication image

  • Show confidence by believing in yourself and showing it. (head held high – shoulders back)
  • Good eye contact is essential. (Note the color of the interviewer’s eyes.)
  • Connect with a good, firm handshake. (No limp noodles or bone crushers wanted)
  • Posture is a key indicator of confidence. Sit and stand erect. (Slumping = lazy attitude.) (more…)