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"Whatever message you have, you need to connect that with the needs and challenges of your audience. How can you make your message relevant, meaningful and useful for the audience? If you can make that connection - then your presentation will be very powerful. " - Nishant Kasibhatla

About Nishant

Nishant Kasibhatla is a professional speaker, corporate trainer and an author. He is a Guinness Record Holder (2011) and a Grand Master of Memory. Nishant delivers speeches and workshops on Learning, Focus, Productivity, Memory, Speed-Reading and Motivation. He has worked with many multi-national companies, schools, students and individuals of all walks of life in 23 countries across 5 continents.

How To Maintain An Organized Inbox To Enhance Productivity

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How To Maintain An Organized Inbox To Enhance Productivity

Overflowing email inboxes are not only sources of constant stress, but also can drastically decrease your work productivity. According to a report from the McKinsey Global Institute, an average employee spends 28% of their work time reading, writing or responding to email. Email overload is a real problem. We may not be able to effectively stop the emails from coming through, but we certainly can change the way we manage our email inboxes. In this path, you will learn: - How to tame the email monster - How to manage your inbox - How to manage email overload (3 week plan) - Email management best practices

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Goal Setting Guide For Teams & Organizations

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Goal Setting Guide For Teams & Organizations

“Our goals can only be reached through a vehicle of a plan, in which we must fervently believe, and upon which we must vigorously act. There is no other route to success.” — Pablo Picasso Goal setting is a very important activity and takes a lot of time, effort and strategy. Everyone in the organization (including leaders and management) is responsible for executing them. Organizational goals are critical to ensure everyone is aligned to the organisation’s mission and vision. These goals provide direction and unify people to achieve the desired results. In this plan, you will learn: - The need for organisational goal setting - OKRs - a framework to establish a clear path to success - Examples of OKRs - The pitfalls to watch out for

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