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Why You Should Practice Confident Body Language

Body language can communicate information that is beyond what is being said (semantics, the meaning of words) and heard (auditory input), information such as context. According to this discussion’s background video, Your Body May Shape Who You Are by Amy Cuddy (2012),  she suggests that even if you don’t feel confident, practicing confident body language can increase …

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Conversation Flow + Halo Effect = Engaging Conversations

Part of being a great communicator is being able to establish engaging conversations that result in positive outcomes. There is this idea called conversation flow, which basically means to resonate or have friendly rapport with others in a conversation which is essential in developing a close social connection that leads to positive outcomes during conversations …

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Speech Patterns: The Proposition-to-Proof versus The Problem-Solution Method

Knowing different methods for creating persuasive speeches is useful so that you can use a variety of styles while being aware of each style’s drawbacks. The two methods I’ll be discussing will be the proposition-to-proof method and the problem-solution method.  The proposition-to-proof method uses a pattern by which the speaker begins with a statement of …

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How to Survive Online Classes at Independence University

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js By Dru Macasieb This post is about how to survive online classes at Independence University, specifically focusing on daily checkpoints, Live/Recorded Lectures, discussions, assignments,  assessments, tutoring, and communicating with your instructor. Daily Check Points Do them in the morning right when you get up or right before or after you check your email/Facebook on …

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Career Services

The Career Services team is dedicated to helping students, recent graduates, and alumni as they seek to enter and ascend their industries of choice. It begins with assessing individual priorities and career goals, measuring strengths and skills, then devising a realistic plan and implementing it. Whether you are a newer, inexperienced student looking for a …

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Canvas on the Go!

By Dru Macasieb October 3rd, 2016 Canvas by Infrastructure has, by far, been the best Learning Management System (LMS) I’ve ever encountered. Partly because of its ease of use and mobile friendly approach. This post is about using Canvas on your mobile device though the Canvas App, viewing Canvas on your mobile browser, and using …

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Tammie Towne

Tammie Towne Tammie.Towne@cc-sd.edu After many years as a single parent finally completed my Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. I am happy to say that this accomplishment inspired my children to continue their education as well. Currently, I have a successful high school math and computer science teacher and an aspiring Medical Anthropologist in my family with …

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Rahul Bharadwaj

Rahul Bharadwaj, MBA Rahul.Bharadwaj@cc-sd.edu 619-680-4430 Rahul is an accounting professional with over a decade of experience in the accounting field.  He has worked as an auditor for the Department of Health Services and has been a faculty at the University Of Phoenix previously.  He has an extensive background in general accounting/bookkeeping and graduated Magna Cum …

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Sydney Young

Sydney Young, Career Services Advisor What I do: Oversee graduate employment and career development support for the Business and Information Technology programs at both the San Diego and National City campuses. 619.680.4430 x1553,  sydney.young@cc-sd.edu   Schedule:  •             Monday – 8am-5pm (National City) •             Tuesday – 8am-5pm (San Diego ) •             Wednesday – 8am-5pm (San Diego …

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