Pitch Deck: Where to insert the “about the team” slide?
A pitch deck typically includes from 10 to 20 slides and gives an overview of your company, the project’s business plan and its vision for investors.
Rule of three
I have earlier covered the topic of how to properly answer executive questions and how to best structure one’s answers. Today’s discussion will not be so much about the top-down approach. Instead, we will talk about the “rule of three”. You may have noticed that,…
In a Business Meeting: How, When and What To Say So That Your Participation Is Acknowledged
The ability to speak at business meetings is a very important skill. In consulting, you have to speak all the time – when solving problems at internal team meetings, at the client’s, and during large workshops.
McKinsey’s 5 Rules for Effective Email Communication
Emails are an important part of internal communication in large companies. I recommend using official emails to agree on anything that is important and requires consideration, while urgent matters can be taken to a business chat.
Elevator Pitch: Why It Is Important to Be Able to Synthesize Key Insights in Higher-Level Interactions With the CEO
One of the most popular topics among my clients is communicating with executives in large international corporations. So, I decided to explore the topic in more detail in this blog.
McKinsey’s Check-in/Check-out Strategy: How to Focus on Results
Remember the last time you asked yourself whether you have accomplished anything productive that day? Most likely, you will say that all of your workdays are full of important ‘jobs to be done’ which seem, however, rather routine and nonproductive.
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