Saida Online Magazine



17 April 2008 03:57 am
There will come a time when a person has to effectively deliver a speech in front of a group of people, so books that teach public speaking tips have become hot sellers. The rules of public speaking are as simple as A, B, C. Captivate your listeners by knowing the background and expectation of your audience before the speaking event. That's the most important public speaking tip you have to practice before doing anything else.

14 April 2008 01:26 am
Have you ever been involved with an activity and found that the time just flew by that you "lost time" because you became so engrossed in the task at hand? How about an activity that made your energy level soar? Do you have a hobby or some other activity that you do that you find deeply fulfilling because you feel like the work you are doing really "matters" and makes a positive difference in some way?

12 April 2008 01:50 am
1. Get a ring tone that sounds professional or remove the ring tone A lot of my colleagues tell me how the ring tone of the job applicant sets the tone of the interview. some times the ring tone is so, for the want of a better word, outlandish, you just know what kind of a person the applicant will turn out to be.

11 April 2008 12:41 am
It is very important to possess effective listening skills in every aspect of life in order to be able to send your message out. The ability to listen at work, at home, and in social situations is as important as being able to present well. This also applies to leadership, management or a team member position.

10 April 2008 11:38 pm
So how do you know when it's time to go? Based on my recent experience, here are my top 10 indicators that it's time to make the change.

10 April 2008 12:00 am
As a former Manager I can tell you that money is the most sensitive issue in the whole hiring process. It's sensitive for both prospective employer and job applicants. Handled correctly, both employer and applicant can come to an amicable figure. Here are eight ways I found that make the process of salary negotiation more efficient.

05 April 2008 01:02 am
Many career experts agree that the best time to look for a new job is while you are still comfortably in your old one. If youre starting to feel unchallenged in your present position, you may be ready for a promotion to the next level. If there arent many career advancement opportunities where you work, the best next job may be waiting for you elsewhere. Nowadays, its up to you to take control of your professional future and make

04 April 2008 04:03 am
Time management pertains to the development of a process and tools that help you be more productive and efficient. You may find that everybody has different levels of time management and ways of making things happen for them. There are individuals and businesses that use their time management skills to help them be more successful and give them what they are aiming for their lives.

03 April 2008 06:10 am
Have you been waking up in the middle of the night in a cold sweat, panicked about your future, wondering if you're going to be able to make things work out? Is your stomach all tied up in knots? Is your mind racing as you contemplate options, unsure about what to do and where to go from here? Do you find yourself wistfully thinking about the way things were, wondering how you could have it back? If so, then you are in the middle of a career transition crisis.

31 March 2008 08:38 pm
Performance appraisal is probably the most misused and abused management tool in history. When asked, the majority of human resource managers will swear blind that it is their most important device for reviewing members of the team. The reality is that, on the whole, managers, supervisors, and employees hate the thoughts of them and they rarely get done. Human resource professionals spend a lot of time whipping people into doing them, while managers look for a variety of reasons to delay the process.

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