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  • Oct 02, 2019

    “Tell Me About Yourself.” How to Craft a Compelling Personal Narrative

    If you’ve ever been to a job interview—or an interview for just about anything, for that matter, you’ve fielded the request, “Tell me about yourself.” It seems innocuous and oh-so simple, doesn’t it? But chances are, that question has made you feel like a deer in headlights at least once. “Tell her about myself? What about myself? Who am I, even?”

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  • Dec 26, 2018

    Quantified’s Most-Read Blog Posts of 2018

    Here at Quantified, we love to share our thoughts and engage in conversations about leadership, communication, and the effect artificial intelligence is having on both. And we also believe in looking to the data for answers.

    So as we wrap 2018, we thought we’d look back to to see which topics are most captivating for you, according to the data.

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  • Dec 18, 2018

    5 Steps to Ace a Panel Discussion

    How to Prepare to Speak on a Panel 

    So you’ve been asked to speak on a panel, or you’re throwing your hat into the ring to sit on one at a local conference? Panel presentations are a great way to build your reputation as a thought leader and an expert in your field. And, at least on the surface, participating in a panel feels like an easier prospect than giving a solo presentation. 

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  • May 21, 2015

    Lessons in leadership communications from Fortune’s 50 Greatest Leaders


    Fortune recently released their list of 50 of the world’s greatest leaders of 2015. The list tapped leaders with a wide range of backgrounds, including CEOs, religious leaders, NBA players, talk show hosts, government officials, and even an 18-year-old activist.

    So, if great leaders can come in all shapes and sizes, are there similarities in how they communicate?

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