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Presentations include video platforms. This course has really opened my eyes to proper video presentations. 

Getting the audience involved is very important. 

In my experience, working with knowledgeable people has many benefits, but sometimes, they are unwilling and incapable of accepting their mistakes. I've seen in my team that some people are quick to find blame in others, make unsubstantial excuses, play fool, anything but accepting they made a mistake. I'd love to hear how you would handle this situation.

I intend to apply the 4-step relieving stress method, also; managing my diet to the good and take a walk when I feel anxiety coming along.

I myself am the type of employee who shrugs off good feedback due to feeling inadequate of praise. Reading the course opened my mind to the idea that we are all deserving of feedback, whether it be good or bad, so I should embrace the feedback and give my thoughts / feelings on it as well to show I am grateful for the person's feedback on me / my performance. 

Exercise , meditation , deep breathing and good healthy diet are some of the ways to keep ourselves a little stress free.

Comment on Angela Frimpong's post:  I agree, there must sufficient information and relevant evidence to adequately deliver feedbaack. Many times it may need to be revisited and reassessed.

I have learned how to coach efficiently. 

I believe the best thing I learned was how to realize the reason why I have been asked to give the presentation. 

To get all the information and data required before [resenting.  Know who will be involved in the decision making

and what they look for. 

Separate myself from criticism. I am not my mistakes.

I will modify and improve my behavior and not judge myself.

I will deal with the issue not my personality or the irrelevant personal matter.


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