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Contributions to activities are justified

The project justification is one of the most crucial parts of a proposal. You can use it to convince the potential donor that your project is of ultimate importance for your community and elucidate the ways in which, by developing this project, you will consistently achieve your set goals (social, economic improvement or the resolution to a specific problem). Project Justification is about trying to explain why we need to implement a particular solution to the problem we have narrated above. We need to tell donors why this is the…

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Tips for Making Better Contributions in Meetings

There seem to be two kinds of people in business meetings: those in love with the sound of their own voice, and those who don’t make a peep. We’ve all been there, wishing someone would either be quiet or speak up, but finding the right balance is easier said than done – a big reason many meetings fail in their main purpose, which is to align views and plans toward some shared goal. We can’t always silence the guy needing to be the smartest one in the room or coax…

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Oral Contributions to Tutorials and Seminars

The following criteria are applied when assessing general oral contributions to classes: -Coherence: clear and audible speech; development of argument in clear steps; consideration of possible counter-arguments.   -Relevance: focus on the points at issue, avoiding wandering from the subject at hand; use of pertinent examples.   -Conciseness: making points with appropriate brevity.   -Awareness of others: a good oral contributor does not dominate proceedings, but contributes to the generation of discussion between the various members of the class.   -Maintenance of interest: enthusiasm for subject; appropriate level of detail;…

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