(PRWEB) November 07, 2016 In the age of global investing, large-scale active investors need to know their investments are safe and insist on a hands-on approach to vetting potential partners. Many corporate executives and their investor relations teams are at a loss when it comes to face-to-face communications, especially if language and cultural barriers are present. Jonathan Passmore, author of The IR Communication Handbook, has worked in the global investment community for more than 40 years in London and New York. He agrees that digital communication has made it easier to share information but it has also made messaging more difficult. wikipedia referenceCommunication can lose a lot of its meaning over the Internet, Passmore said. Most of the loss is in what is unseen: the nuances of the spoken word, the body language of each participant, and observing whether each party understands the point being made or still seems confused. Passmore illustrates how investor relations professionals, including senior company executives and board members, should approach communication with their significant shareholders and potential new investors. He discusses the expectations from both sides of the table, the roles of each party in any communication and how efficient preparation is crucial for important client interactions. The IR Communication Handbook offers a thought-provoking plan to improve corporate communications with investors in pursuit of a stronger, deeper relationship between the two parties. The IR Communication Handbook: A Checklist By Jonathan Passmore
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No matter, you might be smart and qualified enough for the post, however, if you do not have any confidence, then your entire personality is just a show-piece, of no use!! Once your interview is over, you will also be given an opportunity to ask questions about the organization to them. If you hand hold the device, the picture will jerk from time to time because of the obvious fact that your hand will get tired after a point and you will need to move it to relieve yourself. All the Best! This happens because we don’t know what we will be asked. The interviewers are experts in their field, and can gauge you from your body language, dressing sense, etc. A smile will definitely help you score those extra points. However, be careful about using this technique.
Try to find out the best location to place the microphone in order to ensure optimum voice clarity. Facial Expression and Eye Contact – One’s disagreement or agreement is reflected on one’s face. Well, it is your first and probably the last chance to create an impression and assure the potential employer about your reliability and expertise. Show your eagerness to learn new technologies as an answer to this question. This will give you a brief idea about what is expected from the presentation. Understanding facial expressions will help you build stronger relations. More so, because of the fact that they are so obvious, the interviewer will turn around and ask you a counter question that might leave you speechless. This question has surely bothered job seekers since decades.
But the media mogul, who was vocal in her support for Democratic hopeful Hillary Clinton, found some comfort in watching President Barack Obama and president-elect Trump meet with each other at the White House on Thursday. In an interview with The Associated Press on Thursday, Winfrey said hope is still alive after Obama said he was encouraged by Trumps willingness to work with his team during the transition of power. The meeting between Obama and Trump lasted nearly 90 minutes. Winfrey didnt think Trump being elected was a repudiation of Obama. She credits Trumps victory to his millions of supporters who felt like their voices had not been heard. I could sense, maybe Im wrong, but I could sense from Donald Trumps body language even when he came out for the acceptance speech, that brotha has been humbled by this whole thing. I think its a humbling process that now you literally have the weight of the world on your shoulders, she said. ( Copyright 2016 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)
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