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Heather receives Achievement Honour

Jun. 25th | Posted by 1 comments
Heather Carine accepting Penguin Club Certificate of Achievement award_croppedIn Adelaide, South Australia, AIIP member Heather Carine was honoured with a Certificate of Achievement from The Penguin Club, a public speaking group for women. The Penguin Club Certificate of Achievement recognises the contributions made by a member in community and professional life, using her speaking skills developed in The Penguin Club. Read more...

Guest lecture to Flinders University, School of Business MBA students

Aug. 15th | Posted by 0 comments
iStock_000005244732XSmall_globe & newspapersAt the invitation of Max Smith, Faculty Associate Dean (International and Community) at Flinders Business School, Heather recently presented to MBA students majoring in international business. She shared some lifelong research tips, to save time and zero in on finding reliable business information. Read more...

Extending the life of a presentation

Jul. 1st | Posted by 0 comments
iStock_000005244732XSmall_globe & newspapersGood presentations take time and effort, so it’s worth the effort to extend the life of the message delivered in your presentation. Read more...

Preparing for speaking engagements

Mar. 1st | Posted by 0 comments
Photo by Mark GoldsteinDelivering a good talk on behalf of your business or community group is a wonderful opportunity to enhance the reputation of your organisation. Whether you are speaking on behalf of your organisation at a meeting, pitching for work or delivering training sessions, you want your message to be clear, on point and well received by your audience. Key points to consider for tailoring your talk to suit an audience include: Read more...

Web 2.0 and knowledge management

Mar. 1st | Posted by 0 comments
iStock_000005244732XSmall_globe & newspapersHeather recently presented at the Gurteen Knowledge Café in Adelaide on web 2.0 tools and knowledge management. Web 2.0 simply refers to a group of new web tools that have been rapidly adopted by users. They include social networking sites, such as myspace and facebook, wikis, such as wikipedia, and blogs and forums that facilitate sharing content and ideas. Read more...