TED Talks are fun and interesting. Preparing for interviews can be, uh, less fun and interesting. To reconcile this, here are five fabulous TED Talks that are both enjoyable to watch and useful in helping you prepare for your next big interview.
One of the hardest transitions in my career came when I was promoted to manage the team that I was a part of. It happened after a major corporate acquisition prompted my boss at the time to take an early retirement offer. Friday I was part of the team, and Monday I was the manager.
We’ve almost all posed for a group picture, after which someone has shouted, “That’s Facebook worthy!” Said picture is soon online being liked and commented upon by everyone we know. Even people we haven’t seen in months ask us about it when our paths cross at the local watering hole.
“The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge.” Stephen Hawking Companies will at some point come to that milestone known as “the rebrand.” For some, it happens early on once they’ve discovered who they really are while with others, it occurs after many years of having grown (or outgrown)
There are certain things all bosses dread to hear. “I lost the account,” “There’s a big mistake,” and “I think the building is on fire,” would all qualify, but I’m talking about sentences that may seem innocuous to you, but can be a big deal to your boss. Consider each of these sentences — and
Over the course of my career, I’ve spoken at more than 1,000 events. While I don’t consider myself a five-star speaker, I do pretty well. In fact, during a recent interview, the Financial Women’s Association asked me what advice I’d give to aspiring public speakers — in 100 words or less. My response ended up
When I started The Protocol School of Palm Beach, I chased every opportunity that came my way. My company was brand new and I needed clients. To grow my business, I said yes to everything. At first, it was great. My professional network grew and so did my client base. But then I hit a