See the Web Link to the left which has details on the huge amount of projects CSIRO are involved in.
1)"Smile and the world smiles too."* So there's nothing like a smile to create a good first impression. A warm and confident smile will put both you and the other person at ease. So smiling is a winner when it comes to great first impressions.
2)Conversations are based on verbal give and take.
3)JUST BE YOURSELF.
4)recognize that right and wrong are never black and white. There are always three sides to any story: your side, the other person's...and the TRUTH.
5. commit suicide please!!
The term 'verbal communication' encompasses any sort of spoken communication. 'Nonverbal communication' describes any type of communication other than verbal. Some examples of nonverbal communication are: email, gestures, writing messages on a chalkboard.
USE SOMETHING LIKE THIS IT HELPED ME A LOT-
True leadership is a quality many aspire to, and few truly obtain...because in order to become a leader you must first learn
to follow. Follow with an open mind, with focus, and with purpose. Being an effective leader means choosing the right course
of action, all the while remembering those who will be affected by your decisions. A true leader has the confidence to
stand alone, the courage to make tough decisions, and the compassion to listen to the needs of others. This type of person
does not set out to be a leader, but becomes one by the quality of their actions and the integrity of their intent.
By Edwin Hale-
I am only one.
But still, I am one.
I cannot do everything.
But I can do something.
And, because I cannot do everything,
I will not refuse to do what I can.
dont say anything lol