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Etiquette Matters in Business
Research conducted by the Harvard University, the Carnegie Foundation and Stanford Research Center reveals that:
"Technical skills and knowledge account for only 15% of the reason and individual gets, keeps, or moves up in a job. 85% of job success depends on people skills."
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In the working world, public speaking is one of the most important skills to have. Without it, it’s impossible to form connections, influence change, and motivate others. The ability to stand up and deliver a clear, concise message can have enormous impact on your career path and level of success in your industry.