Red Notice – Bill Bowder

This book unmasks the cover-up mechanisms of the Russian authorities in imprisoning Magnitsky and his brutal murder. When the author discovers more lies, the Kremlin appears like a naked king. Bill Browder, as the head of the fund who employed lawyer Magnitsky, takes readers on a long journey to the world of money in New … Continue reading Red Notice – Bill Bowder

Mentoring online

Mentoring online Do you feel the safest at your home? Often you communicate through the Internet, and it is for you a natural form of communication? I invite you to MENTORING session ONLINE conducted via Skype, telephone, in the formula of chat or email. How the mentoring online works? The same as the live mentoring, … Continue reading Mentoring online

Looking for a new job

Starting my new adventure with Ivy Exec Mentoring Program I am really surprised how many people have a problem finding a new job. I am not a career coach neither I don't have experience in recruiting, but I made some research in this problem area. Additionally, I know a little bit how the business world works from … Continue reading Looking for a new job

Getting Together: Building Relationships As We Negotiate by Fisher and Brown

In the book "Getting Together: Building Relationships As We Negotiate" by Fisher and Brown (which I highly recommend) you will find a healthy recipe for hard negotiations. The book is not very comprehensive but content enough. Written in a textbook, supported by interesting associations for US-Russian negotiations and translatable not only on business but also … Continue reading Getting Together: Building Relationships As We Negotiate by Fisher and Brown

10 Most Common Presentation Mistakes

One should use common words to say uncommon things” Arthur Schopenhauer Long ago, preparing for my first public presentation in a foreign language, I came across a great website with a whole bunch of useful instructions. The portal  Presentation Prep is written by Rebecca Ezekiel, an experienced corporate trainer who specialises in the areas of … Continue reading 10 Most Common Presentation Mistakes

Create Your Own Charisma

Psychology of power has proven many times that a charismatic leader (leader) can count on the direct obedience of his subordinates. If you want to bring others to this, get to work. Add yourself charisma! What is charisma? The term charisma (by Wikipedia) (/kəˈrɪzmə/; pl. charismata, adj. charismatic) has two senses: (1) compelling attractiveness or charm … Continue reading Create Your Own Charisma

How to significantly reduce the number of e-mails

Continuing my previous post today, I would like to focus on the issue of receiving a very large amount of email each day. Even if we have the ambition to control the e-mails and the information that reaches us, there will always be someone in our neighborhood who will not be very supportive of our … Continue reading How to significantly reduce the number of e-mails

How to control the mailbox

In this post you will find out: How to deal with a large number of emails. In the next one (already tomorrow): How to prevent the receipt of excess e-mail. How to set standards for outgoing and incoming messages. How to process information more efficiently. The source of the greatest amount of fatigue and stress … Continue reading How to control the mailbox