Reasons why people give up in life
1. Worlds owes them something
2. Fear Failure more than desired success
3. Never visualize what is possible
4. Feel that they have something to lose
Many things make people give up in life
2. Stop believing in themselves
3. Getting stuck in the past
4. Dwelling on your mistakes
5. Fear the future
6. Resist changing
7. Give up their power
This short film provides interviewers with an insight into how to conduct a good interview. The panel use appropriate questioning techniques and positive body language to create a professional and effective selection process
Tell Me About Yourself – It’s not a rendition of your resume // In this video, I will teach you the tell me about yourself job interview answer so you can stand out in front of hiring managers and land more job offers.
You will learn that it’s a 1 – 2-minute long talk on your differentiator is the single most important thing that sets you apart from anyone else? A compelling story: Your Value-Added Proposition (VAP).
Ground Rules to Know Before I Share the Tell Me About Yourself Answer Sample:
When they ask you to tell me about yourself in the interview it is critical that you do not talk about your personal/family life but instead focus on your professional background and credentials.
Secondly, remember to tell a story. Not a lifelong story, but your professional work story consisting of your work experiences, qualifications and why you’re a good fit for this role.
I will give you the process to create Value-Added Proposition Pitch which includes:
What Defines Your Benefits to the organization
• What: Create your “What can you do for me?” VAP statement
• Define: Define the need or opportunity. That is, what strengths you bring to the organization?
• Your: Develop a statement of your primary differentiator. Your differentiator is the single most important thing that sets you apart from anyone else
• Benefits: List the benefits you can bring to the organization Watch the video and now you know how to approach
THIS interview question, do you know if your resume is good enough to even land the interview in the first place?
Best way to answer the Interview Question “Why do you want to work for us” or “Why You Want To Join Our Company”
Think about your last job interview. What did you do to prepare for it, and how did it go? Job interviews are difficult whether you are an English learner or a native speaker. If you want to get the job, you need to prepare for the job interview. In many English-speaking countries, interviews often include behavioral questions. In this lesson, I will teach you about behavioral interview questions and how to answer them. This video also has a listening practice portion to train you to recognize these questions, as well as tips on how to prepare for them. Try our quiz at the end to practice what you have learned, nail that interview, and get that job! Then work like a dog for the rest of your life 🙂
When it comes to money, most people look for it where it is not. Some think they need their employers to give them more money while others think it’s the fault of the government or the economy that they don’t have enough money. But here is the truth; Your wealth is inside of you. Nobody can make you rich but you and most times all you have to do is to turn what you already have into money. In this video, we’ll be sharing with you 5 things you can turn to money and we hope some of them help you to be a richer person in the next 12 months.
Hiring and then retaining the best staff is a massive challenge today. Competition for skilled and talented staff, particularly in retail, is at an all-time high. With customer experience at the top of the list, it is essential that retailers have the best people in their stores. The challenge then is to keep them. Millennials are renowned for their job-hopping (or so we are told) as they look to build experience as well as work out what they want to do long term. As they make up the bulk of the workforce, when a retailer finds great ones (and there’s plenty out there), they need to be able to hold on to them. This video uncovers the 7 reasons why any team member (especially millennials) wants to leave and highlights what to do to reduce the likelihood of them leaving.
The Step-by-Step Process to walk anyone from beginning investor to retirement. Dan walks you through his phrase “Life is Great” where each letter represents an important finance action to take at each point in your life. – Dan is the founder of Bridge river Advisors, an investment advisory firm in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. As a best-selling author and speaker, Dan is able to speak nationwide with his no-nonsense brand of financial management. And as a pure fiduciary, he stands by his clients with a strict ‘no commission’ policy on all investment strategies. Dan strives to help clients reach the retirement of their dreams. He simplifies the financial landscape, so clients understand exactly where their money is and how it’s effectively working for them with the lowest fees possible. It’s not what you make – it’s what you keep! This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
It’s a misconception that you can motivate your employees. They’re already motivated. The key is to unleash their motivation. The Founder of Aperio Consulting Group, Kerry Goyette takes a deeper dive into motivation, how to leverage it, and the counterproductive motivations that may be holding us back from success. Kerry is the Founder & President of Aperio Consulting Group, a corporate consulting firm that provides workplace analytics and training to build high-performance cultures. Kerry consults clients across the world on scientific strategies for engineering teams that maximize performance. She is also the founding authority of the Motivational Research Institute focused on identifying the key human factor contributors to success. Kerry is certified to administer a wide variety of cutting edge workplace analytics measuring motivation, engagement, safety/risk management behaviors, attitude, mental ability, emotional intelligence, and many others. In addition, she is a certified forensic interviewer with advanced training as an expert witness by the American Prosecutors Research Institute. This specialized training has given her unique insight into diagnosing the true problem. Her consulting has taken her all over the world which has exposed her to a variety of workplace cultures and industries.
Axel Zein promotes a new way we manage businesses today: think of business as a sport. In sports, the team is decisive; the team with the best players usually wins. And sports are fun. So what qualifies a manager to be the perfect coach for his team? Who is doing the work in a normal company? It is not the CEO, not the managers but the engineers, the guys on the shop floor and the sales reps. They are the players on the field. A manager is supposed to be their coach. But we are not educated to be coaches. During our careers, we usually encounter a couple of really bad bosses, many mediocre managers, and only a few outstanding ones. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
From co-workers and colleagues to friends and family, we are faced with challenging relationships daily. Unfortunately, we often go about managing them the wrong way. Only by elevating our understanding of behavior and acting through an internalized approach will we be able to master the conflicts created by dealing with difficult people. Jay Johnson is a trainer specializing in communication and leadership development. Using a unique perspective of behavioral intelligence, Jay empowers people and organizations across the globe stretching from Main Street to Wall Street. Jay is a designated Master Trainer through the Association for Talent Development (ATD). He is a two-time Excellence in Training Award recipient from the National Association of Professional Communication Consultants and in 2017 he was named “Top Trainer” by the ATD Detroit Chapter. Jay has a devotion to teaching and learning and is passionate about inspiring people to reach peak performance in work and in life. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
How do we sound credible? Dr. Sicola (http://vocalimpactproductions.com/about/) shows how your vocal delivery influences how your message is received, and how to use it to your advantage. Watch Laura Sicola’s talk to learn how to hone your “vocal executive presence” and make your desired vocal impact!
Dr. Karyn Gordon teaches us how to pick the right career to match our personality.
As many fans of this channel know, I’m an African and grew up in Africa. It’s easy to believe that you’re destined for poverty and YES, most people from poor countries believe that. However, when I was around 17, I started questioning such an assumption and the reason for my different opinion is because I often see rich people, even in my country. But there are some other explanations for the reasons why some people are rich in poor countries. It may be that these people do ugly or illegal stuff. Maybe their father is a politician who has stolen a lot of money or maybe it’s just luck. Anyway, I decided to study how money works and see myself whether being rich has something to do with luck, stealing or anything like that. By age 20, I already knew the formula of wealth creation and I was ready to follow such formula. In today’s video, I’ll be sharing with you how to be rich in a poor country. If you’re new here, consider subscribing so that you won’t miss other interesting videos like this.
A billion young people will enter the job market over the next decade, as the world continues to witness rapid technological change. How do we engage the youth and equip them with future-proof skills?
00:13 Employee retention has a huge impact on your bottom line–and now is a great time to make some employee retention resolutions that will pay off all year long.
00:45 Poor employee retention can be a pricey problem for any business. High turnover rates result in lost productivity and additional expenses such as recruiting, hiring, and training replacement employees.
01:21 Hire smart. Taking the time to draft job descriptions, recruit candidates, and interview thoroughly will pay off.
01:34 Offer a fair and competitive compensation package. Know the norm for the position, your industry, and your area of the country.
01:47 Offer an attractive benefits program, including items such as medical insurance, a 401(k) or other retirement savings plan, or even perks such as subsidized health club memberships.
01:58 Train and mentor your employees. Help them set goals for both their role in the company and overall career, and provide support to help them get there.
02:14 Put a priority on work/life balance for your employees. This can take the form of flexible work hours or even the ability to work at home for some positions.
02:31 Recognize employee achievements and contributions that go over and above regular job performance. You can do this through regular, formal programs, such as “Employee of the Month,” or on an ad hoc basis.
02:49 Leadership opportunities are also great motivators for empowering employees and increasing satisfaction. Give your employees the chance to take ownership of projects and to be engaged at higher, strategic levels when possible.
03:03 Offer regular feedback throughout the year on performance rather than holding it all for the formal review. This gives your employees the opportunity to change or amend any shortfalls or issues, and reduces the likelihood that they will be unpleasantly surprised at review time.
03:18 Solicit feedback from employees through such means as employee attitude surveys where employees can give confidential feedback on their opinions of your company in terms of satisfaction with the job, and suggestions on how their jobs and work environment might be improved.
03:44 Foster teamwork both in and out of the office. You can engage in formal team-building training at work, or coordinate outside opportunities such as a company softball league or recreational outings.
Three easy steps to make a fantastic first impression at your internship based on the horror stories from my interning days at CNN, NY1, & AC 360.
Dealing with poor performers is one of the quintessential challenges that all leaders face. There are often many other reasons employees are performing poorly than the fact that they can’t do their jobs. Here are four questions you can answer to help you diagnose or understand the root of poor performance. On average, managers spend 34 days a year dealing with performance problems. First question: Does this employee really understand my expectations? Second question: Does my employee have something outside of their control that’s preventing them from performing? Third question: Does my employee know they’re not performing up to my expectations? Fourth question: Am I in some way contributing to this performance problem? It is important to recognize the role you play in helping your employees to be successful. If you have gone through these questions, and the performance issue is still there, it may be time to face reality where you will both be better off.
The salary question is always a sensitive matter. One thing we know for sure is that you should not bring up salary questions/negotiation in the interview. If the employer asks or insists, you need to handle the matter carefully. If asked about your current salary, keep in mind, to be honest since they will find out sooner or later. And do not be the one to name the salary figure or amount of compensation first. You do not want to low volume yourself or price yourself out of their range. That being said, the best answer to this question is below. “Based on the responsibilities that are involved with the position and the level of importance I know that this company places on the role, I’m confident that the right candidate would be properly compensated “ However, depending on the company/industry you apply for, they might expect you to answer this question with a specific numerical figure. In that case, look up Glassdoor or LinkedIn to research a typical salary range for the position you applied for, and prepare your answer before the interview.