7 Steps for a Good Presentation

You will need to work on your public speaking skills for talking in front of groups large and small. I put together 7 steps and explanations that will help you do better. Remember, always focus on your first and last steps and the most important message if you have not mastered public speaking and presentations. Decide what you are going to make the audience change after your presentations. Are you changing how they feel/think? Are you trying to persuade them? Or do you feel you want them to get to know you and what you offer?  Sometimes a presentation is to educate people, so make sure that in addition to getting them to like you, you are able to educate them on your message Keep each section very simple. If you have lots of words/bullets in your slides, or get too wordy over explaining yourself. If you add too much, they will get bored and lose interest. Keep points simple and use your voice, you will be talking a lot and will find a rhythm. Before you presentation, engage the venue members. Talk to who will be doing sounds and lighting. Make friends with them and get them on your side to help you. Practice where you will stand and how they can help you so you can both do a great job. Stand in one spot, do not pace and weave. You can use your turning and hands to make plenty of motion. People will lose the presentation and become confused if you pace around. Tell a good story and/or have a good ice breaker. Have a couple...

How to negotiate salary and benefits for IT Computer Support Job

How to do your research on salaries, based on the job title and responsibilities? I would look up the Bureau Of Labor Statistics website first to research the job’s title and their responsibilities to the job. Also look into its salaries to see if it’s something I would be interested in. Here is the link that I used to make my decision. https://www.bls.gov/ooh/computer-and-information-technology/home.htm – Finding salary reports for your position in your area? Which tools are available? How to interpret information in the tools correctly? I would look into the Job Center of Wisconsin for positions in my area and the tools the website provides to interpret the information that I am looking for and Wisconsin. Here is the link that I used to make my decision. https://jobcenterofwisconsin.com/Presentation/JobSeekers/Default.aspx – How to negotiate so you do not break a relationship? Do your research on the information you need for the position your working before you ask for a pay increase. By doing this you shouldn’t break a relationship up with this. Another thing to keep in mind when negotiating is to be respectful when handling yourself with negations. – How to negotiate benefits? Do research on Google to determine what you are looking for in from there use that information to give you the best idea to negotiating benefits for this position you’re looking to obtain. How to learn which benefits are negotiable and which are not? It’s at your discretion sometimes and some benefits can’t be negotiated because it isn’t with the company you’re with it because it has been outsourced to another company so you aren’t able to...