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Monthly Archives: April 2021

What are key coaching skills?

What are key coaching skills? Coaches need to be able to show empathy and be good at building relationships, including building rapport. Good coaches also have strong communication skills. For more about developing communication skills in general, see our pages: Communication Skills, and Developing Effective Communication Skills. How do you describe coaching? Put simply, coaching […]

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Can I file I 130 i 485 and i 765 together?

Can I file I 130 i 485 and i 765 together? This form is signed only by the beneficiary and culminates in an ’employment authorization card’ (EAD) that is mailed to the beneficiary within 90 days of filing of the application. There is no additional fee for this form when filing the I-765 with the […]

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How do I email an HR internship?

How do I email an HR internship? Tips for Writing an Email Asking for an InternshipAdjust Your Resume and Cover Letter for Each Job Application. Clean up Your Social Media Profiles. A Good Email Subject Line. Use a Professional Email Signature. If Successful – Send an Acceptance Email. Automating the Process. Using Slang or Undesired […]

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How do you write a degree title?

How do you write a degree title? Use an apostrophe (possessive) with bachelor’s degree and master’s degree, but not when stating the full name of the degree, such as Bachelor of Arts or Master of Science. Do not use an apostrophe (possessive) with associate degree or doctoral degree. Should you put BA Hons after your […]

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How do you indicate a nickname in legal writing?

How do you indicate a nickname in legal writing? Usually, a nickname is placed directly after the official first name, and is surrounded by quotation marks, to distinguish it from the components of the real name. What should I title my cover letter? Use your name. It also means that the hiring manager doesn’t need […]

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How do you email a first time advisor?

How do you email a first time advisor? Always start out your email with a polite “Dear” or “Hello” followed by your professor’s name/title (Dr. XYZ, Professor XYZ, etc.). If you’re not sure what their proper title is, using “Professor” followed by their last name is almost always a safe bet. How do you address […]

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