AB articles with multiple-choice questions

  • First impressions count

    In an interview, it pays to choose your words and behaviour carefully

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  • Delivering messages with impact

    When championing an issue, engage your audience by using personal stories rather than raw data, says Dr Rob Yeung

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  • Give your virtual meetings an Oscar-worthy edge

    Giving an Oscar-worthy performance isn’t just for actors, but making an impact in a virtual meeting requires planning and plenty of practice, says Helena Brewer

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  • Top tips for successful presentations

    Giving a talk can be a nerve-wracking experience, but there are some simple tips for handling any unexpected challenges, as Sudha Mani explains

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  • Succeeding at job interviews: essential advice for making an impact and getting hired

    This session is aimed at providing a strong foundation for less experienced job hunters such as students and early-stage professionals. Research suggests that the vast majority of jobs require eight essential, non-technical skills. So, it is important that you can explain to interviewers why you have these crucial skills.

    In this practical new session, you will also learn about the hidden traps in seemingly straightforward questions such as ‘Tell us about yourself’ and ‘What are you looking for in a job?’ and how to answer them well. Join Dr Rob Yeung as he shares his insights from both interviewing candidates and training interviewers at organisations including British Airways and HSBC.