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How To Run PowerPoint Presentations Online
How To Run PowerPoint Presentations Online

UPDATE 2020: This post was adapted to the times of Coronavirus 2020, where online presentations are increasingly used in the business environment and becoming the norm. Nowadays, with more and more globalized companies, quarantine restrictions in many countries due to COVID19, working remotely through different time zones, through different continents and engaging customers from different […]

Leadership Styles: What Type of Style Should You Adopt?
Leadership Styles: What Type of Style Should You Adopt?

Being a good corporate leader is both art and science. On one hand, you need to experiment and often use your gut feeling to decide on how you should behave in one situation or another. On the other hand, without a solid leadership methodology, all your efforts may result in minimal impact. So let’s take a closer look at the different types of leadership styles, formalized by social scientists, along with explanations on when each of them works best at the workplace.

Quick Guide on a 30 60 90 Day Plan for a Job Interview
Quick Guide on a 30 60 90 Day Plan for a Job Interview

Depending upon the job title, there are various types of plans that one might require making such as perhaps a communications plan or project plan. However, the most common plan one might require making is a 30-60-90 day plan.

What is an Innovation Strategy and Why Your Company Needs One?
What is an Innovation Strategy and Why Your Company Needs One?

This post will provide you with some pillar information for shaping your innovative vision and layering the foundation of your new innovation and growth strategy development.

The Ultimate Guide to Using Metaphors in Presentations and Speeches
The Ultimate Guide to Using Metaphors in Presentations and Speeches

Metaphors are one of the often-forgotten tricks among presenters. Along with other figures of speech such as similes, analogies personification, and alliteration, they make your texts more engaging, memorable and eloquent. As well, metaphors serve as a great tool for breaking down complex concepts into more digestible statements.

5 Problem Solving Strategies to Become a Better Problem Solver
5 Problem Solving Strategies to Become a Better Problem Solver

A lot of people would agree on the fact that life is full of challenges. People become proficient enough when it comes to catering small problems or issues in hand. However, those who attain exceptional insights into problem-solving can gain success in the long run. Problem-solving can enable anybody to gain an edge over their peers and achieve more. The bigger the problem, the difference is the approach. We all are tasked with some form of problem-solving, whether it’s in our workplace or even homes.

A Quick Read on Prospect Theory and Loss Aversion
A Quick Read on Prospect Theory and Loss Aversion

For a consumer, economic decisions are based on certain types of behavior. Prospect Theory or the loss-aversion theory in behavioral economics and behavioral finance, aims to determine people’s decision making and their tendency for loss aversion.

Overcoming Sunk Cost Fallacy: Get Better at Decision-Making
Overcoming Sunk Cost Fallacy: Get Better at Decision-Making

One of the first things you learn at an economics course is that you should never take irrecoverable (sunk) costs into account when you need to decide upon present or future investments. But since humans are not the most rational beings, we often forget that basic rule and let the past “investment” distort our judgments. This cognitive tendency is known as “sunk cost fallacy” and it can massively undermine both your personal and business decision-making.

A High-Level Overview on Strategic Planning
A High-Level Overview on Strategic Planning

Every organization has grand goals on their business agenda. However, there is a long way between formulating those goals and seeing the results of their successful accomplishment. A lot of things can happen in-between, the project can get side-tracked, the timeline may change and new threats may emerge. To get a better sense of what needs to be accomplished and how? Most managers regularly engage in strategic planning.