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Professor Klaus Zimmermann

A contribution to the German-English relationship by Professor Gunnar Beck, who has gained many years as a consultant to the British House of Commons-intimate knowledge of English soul and culture, shows how even 66 years after the second world war the relations between two peoples are broken down. Even today, some English media in hatred of Germany happen. Vice versa in turn the deep-seated sense of guilt of the Germans eats away at any self-esteem to meet English at eye level. Douglas Oberhelman spoke with conviction. Fair, observer’s editor Atul Singh in turn attacks corruption in India in his post”at the self service mentality in India. The country’s corrupt elite slice eradicates thus society as a whole.

This article, though so far not publicly available, reaches large parts of Indian opposition and has met with great media coverage, because for the first time the abuses are denounced as radical in a country that thrives on compromise and saving face. “With less than 30 We have together global thought leaders and the right mix of academics, politicians and practitioners highly respected boards like Jaswant Singh, former Indian Foreign Minister, Glenn Carle, the former Deputy Director of the CIA, Professor Annet Aris, the former head of the Medienpractice of McKinsey Germany and Professor Klaus Zimmermann, the former head of the German Institute for economic, to achieve the ambitious goals”, so CEO David Bell, a New Zealand marketing Professor of the prestigious Wharton School of business in Philadelphia. With more than 100 contributors from around the world, observer has already reached fair a huge milestone. All journalists, bloggers and writers are however invited to use top server a piece to make better and more transparent the world fair in conjunction with the. More information on fair observer there is on. Fair observer LLC Rupender Kaur) head of marketing & PR 2300 M Street Northwest, Suite 835 Washington DC 20037 Ph: 001-202-973-6468, fax: 001-202-293-3083 blog: blog.fairobserver.com Facebook page: fairobserver

Stage Fright During Presentations

The pulse is racing, your hands are sweaty, head Crimson: keep papers and present projects is a horror for many people. The preparation is there most of the time the smallest problem. In professional life, in the study or in the school are presentations and lectures on the agenda. While some are born speakers, such situations cause difficulties other people and often complicating factor is stage fright. The news portal news.de informs about the issue of speaking before the audience and gives tips to improve the oratorical skills. Anyway, as a businessman, career woman or a student, many do nowadays presentations.

Stage fright is sometimes a big problem, because even who is content prepared, often has with nervousness to fight. However, a confident demeanour is asked to convince the audience. According to communication experts, it is for example useful to devise an emergency plan for unpleasant situations during the lecture. Who is in advance about thoughts, makes, what questions might arise, can prepare for many contingencies. The use of index cards, which contain only tags is useful. Speaking candidly view website told us the story.

Naked reading is prevented in this way. Difficult explanations and technical jargon can cause at presentations, that the audience will switch off, and should therefore be avoided. The listeners benefit of viewpoints through pictures or examples and clear handouts. Find the most important tips for your presentation of eye contact: If you are unsure, stares at presentations like in the void, on the ground or in his memo. Flashcards sparingly label: speakers who formulate notes on their notepads, have already lost. Monotonous reading is then programmed, the audience turn off. Introduction and conclusion of creative design: these are the main points of a lecture, because at the beginning and end of stay positive and negative usually best memory -. Personalize: Lectures are for others held. To speak directly to the audience, is therefore important von Kanitz. The body give room: no expression of self-confidence is to cling to Notepad or lectern. Not to mention crossed arms and hands in his pockets – that could be interpreted as defensive attitude towards the audience. Demonstrate: Examples, analogies, anecdotes – they loosen up the lecture and make tangible the contents. Make speech breaks: average people can focus only ten minutes completely on one thing. The audience give material: A thesis paper – Neu handout-, that summarizes the main points of the presentation in writing, should not be missed. For more information…