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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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The one word that comes to mind is “vulnerability”. There will be times during your career where things are overwhelming and difficult - emotionally, mentally and physically (e.g., family crisis, lots of work that needs to get out the door, etc). And it’s ok to let your team members know what’s going on and get support. And yes, it is ok to also say that you just can’t come into work today. I bring that “vulnerability” to work every day, it’s my super power. It provides a safe space for other people to come to work and bring their full selves - if you are going through something difficult and then you come to work and shut it off, you aren’t really “showing up”. And “showing up” allows you to tap into areas you didn’t even know existed.

#mid-level professional #extrovert #strategy #leadership skills
Krystle Watler
TitleSenior VP, Head of Business Development, Americas @ Virtue

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Core nuggets I took from the Start-Up Grind Europe Conference last week:

1) Learn to let go.
2) Move from motivating yourself to motivating others.
3) If running an organization, actively focus on culture and never lose sight of it.

#mid-level professional #ambivert #all Industries #strategy #leadership skills
Jess Gosling
Founder @ Growth & Grace Collective

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According to several surveys, the best time to ask for a raise is on Friday and specifically in the morning. If you're not a morning person, become one (for the day).

#entry level professional #introvert #all Industries #salary negotiation skills
Cindy Gallop
Founder @ MakeLoveNotPorn

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Network with meaningful connections who add to your network in positive ways. Keep in mind that companies often poach employees from their direct competitors. Make sure you are being seen by the right people and if that’s someone you don’t know well, include a note. Don't make it hard for recruiters or potential employers to find have your resume or LinkedIn.

#any level #ambivert #all Industries #interviewing skills
lauren newton
UX Recruiter and Content Strategist @ Facebook

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