Joiners, leavers and movers

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JoLCS

#1
Hi all,

I have to prepare for a workshop that takes place in a few days. I've been assigned the "Joiners, leavers and movers" theme , and I have to give a 10 minutes presentations about the ISO controls regarding this topic. Could you please share any advice/tips you have about this topic so I can make sure I am covering all the angles?

THank you:eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek:

p.s. doesn't help I am a shy speaker :( :eek::eek::eek::eek:
 
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J

JoLCS

#3
I think so.. i've only been given the title and told that I am expected to talk about the controls for this.. so now I am trying to think of the best way to present it without being too boring or forgetting anything :|
 
#5
I think so.. i've only been given the title and told that I am expected to talk about the controls for this.. so now I am trying to think of the best way to present it without being too boring or forgetting anything :|
You know the topic but aren't comfortable (publicly) speaking to it? Is that the issue?
 
J

JoLCS

#6
@Andy, yes, I am familiar with the topic, having been trough quite a few ISO implementations. What I worry about is :
-i never had to speak about it on a .. "speech level" . How do I present it so it doesn't sound like I memorised the standard?
- what are the key points I need to touch to make sure the audience understands it.

@Joanne - it's in reference to A.7 - Human resources security
 
#7
@Andy, yes, I am familiar with the topic, having been trough quite a few ISO implementations. What I worry about is :
-i never had to speak about it on a .. "speech level" . How do I present it so it doesn't sound like I memorised the standard?
- what are the key points I need to touch to make sure the audience understands it.

@Joanne - it's in reference to A.7 - Human resources security
It's impossible for someone to coach you on presentation skills through this forum! Since we have no idea how you currently behave in such a situation, your questions are practically impossible to answer, in all reality. I was a shy public speaker 40 years ago. Now, I make my living at it. It took maybe 20 years to overcome that shyness and improve presentation skills.
 
J

JoLCS

#8
actually i was hoping for some advice in respect to this part :

what are the key points I need to touch to make sure the audience understands it.
 

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