Presenting to leaders or executives is challenging. But you would never know it from the newest member of our team. As part of the interview process for the Training and Development Specialist role, we asked candidates to deliver a 15-minute … READ MORE
It’s not luck that turns the Chicago River green each year on the Saturday before St. Patrick’s Day – it’s a crew of 6 people, 2 boats, 3 flour sifters and 40 pounds of environmentally-friendly orange powder.
As Benjamin Franklin
After the ball dropped in Times Square, did you craft a list of New Year’s resolutions, or did you skip the practice given how rarely they stick?
Whether you welcomed 2018 with, or sans, resolutions, we all have something in … READ MORE
It’s official – the winter holidays are around the corner.
‘Tis the season when many of us gather to break bread with extended family. I’ve been to family holiday gatherings from 4 to 45 guests. It seems no matter the … READ MORE
While I have my doubts about … READ MORE
Set foot in any retail establishment this time of year, and you’re promptly reminded of Valentine’s Day. Red and pink dominate dÃ©cor, candy conversation hearts reappear, and boxed Valentines pile up near the checkout.
Valentine’s Day isn’t exclusive to romantic … READ MORE
Last month, Major League Baseball’s All Star Game came to 2Connect’s home turf – San Diego. MLB’s best of the best were chosen to play because they stepped up to the plate when the team was counting on them – … READ MORE
When did you last record yourself practicing for a presentation? Odds are excellent your smartphone has video camera capability – give it a try! You’ve got nothing to lose, and your presentation has so much to gain.
Practicing without feedback … READ MORE
While it’s easy to chuckle at a clever April Fool’s Day prank, it’s a bit harder to appreciate a presentation blunder when the mic’s in your hand. These 5 tips will help you minimize preventable mishaps, gracefully handle mistakes, and … READ MORE
With the 2016 U.S. Presidential campaigns reaching a fever pitch, candidates are teeing up to face off in a series of primary and general election debates. The pre-debate research, coaching, and rehearsals are intense. No candidate wants to repeat Nixon’s … READ MORE