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A presentation does not take off like an airplane does

By: Ariel Halevi

Take off take time.  The plane starts by moving slowly, and gradually picks up speed, until it can actually lift off the ground.  Sadly, presentations that try to take off this way are likely to leav...

When Amy Cuddy was teaching at the Harvard Business School, she noticed a disturbing pattern; her female students were continuously scoring lower grades than her male students. Being an acclaimed social psychologist, she suspected something other than objective cogniti...

Every training manager finds himself struggling (and even conflicted) with the issue: how to measure the effectiveness of training? Is it even possible to quantify soft skills? What happens “the day after” the training? How does one actively implement the Kirkpatrick M...

For most people, picking up a new language is a challenging task, no matter how smart they are.  Gaining proper eloquence, learning the nuances – it can take years of practice.

However, there is one language you can pick up in a matter of hours, and while it may be most...

As we near the end of the year, it’s no doubt that most of you attended some sort of workplace holiday party. One thing that we here at VAYOMAR are sure of is that every office party contains a large amount of small talk. While some of you may dread the idea of small t...

Before his election to the presidency, Adolf Hitler took voice development lessons from an opera singer. Hitler understood early on that the voice is one of the most important elements of body language. The voice has a dramatic and far-reaching influence on how our mes...

Studies have found that only 7% of the messages we send are verbal – the other 93% are sent in some non-verbal way. This percentage probably shocks you. The bottom line is this: people first pay attention to your body language, and only afterwards do they hear what we’...

Interview Warning Signs

Job interviews can be a very stressful experience. When you are being interviewed, you feel tested and like you’re being inspected through a magnifying glass. However, the candidates aren’t the only ones being scrutinized: the interviewer himself...

If you look up “charisma” in the dictionary, the definition will say something along the lines of: “a person with personal charm, persuasive and possessing high interpersonal skills.”  Clearly, charisma is a quality that one should want to possess, particularly in the...

Every person is looking for a way to maximize his input, whether it’s in a big or small way.

One of these ways is becoming an asset to the big decision-makers at a company.

How can you be sure that your suggestions are helpful and not hindering? CLICK HERE to take a look...

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