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The best speaker is present in the room and ready to have a conversation.
It’s not magic but practice. Be prepared. Think about what the conversation is about and what you want to achieve. Don’t forget how others might be thinking.
Be confident.
Collaborate. You don’t have to know it all. Be honest about what you know and ask others.

#any level #introvert #advertising #experience #film & photography #interviewing skills #leadership skills #presentation skills #team work
Aurelie Harp
Founder, CEO @ The Womanity Project

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Potential, potential, potential: negotiations shouldn’t just be about the present. Consider your future; your career path, your personal goals and more should factor in to what you ask for. Play up your potential too--it’s not just what you’ve already DONE, it’s what you can DO that makes you valuable to your future employer.

#any level #ambivert #all Industries #interviewing skills
Eve Bates
Talent Scout @ You & Them

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The key things to show in an interview, when you have very little professional experience are:
Personality
Resilience
Thinking outside the box
Times you've been out of your comfort zone
Team work
Passion
Whether this is through sports, travelling, internships or being the oldest of 5 children. If you give examples of how you've pushed yourself and used your initiative, you'll stand out. Also, remember to smile, charisma can take you far.

#entry level professional #ambivert #all Industries #experience #interviewing skills
Hazel O'Brien
Founder @ THE FUTURE FACTORY

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I like to reflect on my old journals, writings, and review old goals so I know when to move onto new goals and think about how I've done it in the past. My number one advice is to not be afraid to ask strangers for help and leave your comfort zone/don’t be afraid to go back.

#extrovert #all Industries
Farrah Bostic
Founder, Head of Strategy @ The Difference Engine

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Highly performing teams are aligned. When you start a project use an 'even-over' tool to help prioritize work and make sure everyone is working towards the same goal. List every goal of the project and get agreement which one should come to the top by saying "goal X even over goal Y".

#senior level professional #extrovert #all Industries #team work
Bree Groff

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