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Delivering the perfect presentation

In my last blog we explored how to design a fantastic presentation. In this blog, we are going to focus on delivering the Presentation. Posture If you are going to project your voice into the whole room this requires you to make good use of your body and breath. Stand – keeping your back and […]

Designing the perfect presentation

Your manager has just asked you to design a presentation next week. As a first line manager, you knew this day was coming and you feel sick with nerves. Do not panic! In this blog, we will explore how to design the perfect presentation! Set the Context Find out who your audience is and what […]

Can you design the perfect presentation?

For some people, delivering a presentation can feel very daunting. This is why we have focused our next few blogs on how to create and deliver the perfect presentation. This is the 1st in the series and we thought it would be fun for you to test your knowledge by completing a quick 10 minute, […]

Understanding Critical Path Analysis

Critical Path Analysis is a powerful tool that helps you to plan and manage your projects. Before we look at critical path analysis it is useful to define some terms.  Let’s start with the critical path.  This is the longest sequence of activities in a project plan that must be completed on time to ensure […]

What do you know about Critical Path Analysis?

Critical path analysis sounds like some massively complicated surgical procedure when actually it is a fairly straight forward tool to use when managing and planning a project. And, quite often, we do this kind of analysis without realising – whether it is planning a wedding, a big dinner party or a work based project Short […]

What can you do to deal with stress?

We’ve all said things like “this is stressful” or “I’m stressed”, and we may have all experienced feelings of stress so we might be talking about: Situations or events that put pressure on us – for example, times where we have lots to do and think about, or don’t have much control over what happens. […]