Right now, we’re in the middle of what is being termed The Great Resignation.
In 2020, there were a lot of redundancies and many people didn't feel comfortable leaving their job because the market didn't feel secure.
Now things have changed. It’s now a candidate-led market and every week I see at least one Influence & Impact member interviewing or celebrating the success of a new job.
I always see interviews as a bit of a game. What you need to do at interview is show that you understand the game and that you can jump through the hoops. Once you’ve done that successfully, then the balance of power moves from the organisation to you.
Here’s 7 rules I share with my I&I members in my audio course Instant Interview Confidence.
They set the rules of the game and bar anything...
However, many people don’t know how to use their voice to its full effect.
If you want communicate powerfully, then it’s time to give it some attention.
In the latest episode of the Influence & Impact for Female Leaders podcast, I interviewed Sharon Stacey, a Voice Coach and Musical Director.
Sharon teaches people how to use vocal clarity, attentive tone and confidence for delivering in person and online meetings, keynote speeches and business pitches.
She shared six ways you can use your voice to boost your gravitas in meetings:
Warming up is not something reserved for singers. Before your meeting, practice saying a few sentences using the full range of your voice and emphasising different words....