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  • Are you the new kid on the block and no one knows who you are at work?

    你是新來的孩子,沒有人知道你是誰在工作?

  • It can be intimidating introducing yourself.

    介紹自己可能會讓人害怕。

  • Having a really good intro is a key way to get over that hump and make a real good first impression.

    有一個非常好的開場白是克服困難,給人留下真正好的第一印象的關鍵方法。

  • Hi, my name is Adriana Girdler.

    嗨,我的名字是Adriana Girdler。

  • I'm president of CornerStone Dynamics and a productivity expert

    我是CornerStone Dynamics的總裁,也是一位生產力專家。

  • And in this video, I'm going to share with you some tips on how to make an excellent intro when you're introducing yourself for the first time.

    而在這段視頻中,我將和大家分享一些小技巧,讓大家在第一次自我介紹時,能做出一個優秀的自我介紹。

  • Be confident!

    要有信心!

  • Before you even start speaking introducing yourself, how you feel really has impact on how others see you.

    在你開始說話介紹自己之前,你的感覺真的會影響到別人對你的看法。

  • So you really want to be confident.

    所以你真的要自信。

  • Now what happens if you're not feeling confident at the time that you're being introduced to someone?

    現在,如果你在被介紹給別人的時候不自信,會怎麼樣?

  • Well, we're gonna fake it till you make it, and here's some tried and true techniques that you can do in order to feel more confident.

    好吧,我們要假裝它,直到你成功,這裡有一些嘗試和真實的技術,你可以做,為了感覺更自信。

  • Smile would be the first thing.

    微笑會是第一件事。

  • When we're smiling, we welcome people into our space, and what a lovely way to be introduced to someone when they're smiling.

    當我們微笑的時候,我們歡迎別人進入我們的空間,當別人微笑的時候,是多麼可愛的一種介紹方式。

  • Remember all those times you met someone for the first time and they had a frown on their face?

    還記得那些你第一次見到一個人時,他臉上皺著眉頭的時候嗎?

  • What was your first impression of them?

    你對他們的第一印象是什麼?

  • Probably not a great one, and you probably didn't want to approach them again afterwards, so smile.

    可能不是很好,事後你可能也不想再接近他們,所以微笑。

  • Another thing you can do to really exude confidence is to have eye contact, particularly when you're new to the job, you may not feel like you have the authority or the expertise.

    要想真正散發出自信,還有一點就是要有眼神交流,特別是當你剛進入工作崗位時,你可能會覺得自己沒有權威或專業知識。

  • And you know, you may see someone and they're higher up and then you kind of look downwards and you're not really talking to them and you're also getting quiet.

    你知道,你可能會看到一個人,他們在更高的地方,然後你有點往下看,你並沒有真正和他們說話,你也變得很安靜。

  • Guess what?

    你猜怎麼著?

  • Have the confidence: speak to people face-to-face, eye-to-eye.

    要有信心:與人面對面、目不轉睛地說話。

  • it shows that you're into what they're saying, and they will be back at you, but it also exudes the confidence that you need.

    這說明你對他們所說的話很感興趣,他們也會回敬你,但它也散發著你需要的自信。

  • And use the right tone of voice - don't speak softly - use the right voice.

    而且要用正確的語氣--不要輕言細語--用正確的聲音。

  • Don't yell, but use the right tone to show what you're passionate about, which really is yourself, you're here.

    不要大喊大叫,但要用正確的語氣來表達你的熱情,這其實就是你自己,你來了。

  • I want introduce who I am to you

    我想向你介紹我是誰

  • So, those, turn up the confidence level, turn on that switch.

    所以,這些,要提高信心水準,打開這個開關。

  • It makes a huge difference before you even say anything.

    在你還沒有開口之前,就已經有了很大的不同。

  • Be brief.

    要簡短。

  • An introduction is not meant to be a long-winded story; if someone is really interested in you, they will want to know more.

    介紹不是為了長篇大論,如果有人真的對你感興趣,他們會想知道更多。

  • You just want to get them intrigued so they ask the question: "Hey, can you tell me more?"

    你只是想讓他們感興趣,所以他們會問這個問題。"嘿,你能告訴我更多嗎?"

  • So, say your name, where you're from, and a quick little tagline as to who you are and what you do.

    所以,說說你的名字,你從哪裡來,還有一個簡短的小標語,說明你是誰,你做什麼。

  • You may have to think about this: write it down, practice it a few times, but it does make a big difference because then people want to know more about you, and they will open up that conversation.

    你可能要考慮一下:把它寫下來,練習幾次,但它確實有很大的不同,因為這樣人們就會想更多地瞭解你,他們會打開這個對話。

  • Be yourself,

    做你自己

  • You don't have to pretend to be anyone but you.

    你不必假裝成除了你之外的任何人。

  • You are perfect the way you are, and people will be attracted to that if you really are connected to who you are.

    你是完美的你,如果你真的和你的身份有關係,人們會被吸引。

  • So, a really good example of this is I was at a course, this is years ago, and there were tons of other executives.

    所以,一個非常好的例子是,我在一個課程上,這是多年前,有大量的其他高管。

  • And I introduced myself, and in that introduction, I was being myself, and at that point in time I was really focusing on being authentic and doing a lot of self-inward reflection and personal growth, so that was something that really resonated with me at the time, and I actually said it.

    而我也介紹了自己,在介紹中,我就是做我自己,那個時候我真的很注重做真實的自己,做了很多自我內心的反思和個人成長,所以這是我當時很有共鳴的事情,其實我也說了。

  • I said who I was, my name, I said, "The one thing I'm really focusing on is how to be more authentic and live the life that I want to live," and that was a pretty unusual answer, that long time ago

    我說了我是誰,我的名字,我說:"我真正關注的是如何更真實,過上我想過的生活。"這是一個很不尋常的答案,那是很久以前的事了。

  • I think was over ten years ago that I did that.

    我想是十多年前我做的。

  • But that being said, it intrigued people, and afterwards I had two people specifically come up to me, one that actually became a client who said, "Your answer made me want to learn more about you."

    但說起來,這讓人很感興趣,之後有兩個人專門來找我,其中一個居然成了客戶,他說:"你的回答讓我想多瞭解你。"

  • So be yourself, don't worry about anything else but who you are, and be authentic.

    所以,做自己,除了自己是誰,不要擔心別的,要真實。

  • State the basics: going back to basics, really important.

    說明基本情況:迴歸基本,真的很重要。

  • So, when you're being introduced, sometimes it's hard because you're kind of on the fly, you weren't expecting it, or sometimes we just get nervous so remember, state your name, be very clear with it, state what department you're from or the organization that you're at, and they usually ask kind of one introductory questions sometimes if you're in a workshop setting, but if they don't, just state why you're at the meeting, like, I'm here to provide this insight from this group.

    所以,當你被介紹的時候,有時候會很難,因為你是一種在飛,你沒有想到,或者有時候我們會很緊張,所以記住,說出你的名字,要非常清楚,說明你是哪個部門的,或者是你所在的組織,如果你是在研討會的環境下,他們通常有時候會問那種一個介紹性的問題,但是如果他們不問,就說明你為什麼來參加會議,比如,我是來提供這個小組的這個見解。

  • Boom, you're done.

    嘣,你就完蛋了。

  • Don't go into a longer story because sometimes when we get nervous, we speak more than we normally would, so be brief and be specific.

    不要長篇大論,因為有時候我們一緊張,說話就會比平時多,所以要簡短具體。

  • Close out your introduction, so what do I mean by that?

    結束你的介紹,那麼我說的是什麼意思呢?

  • Everything has a start, middle, and an end no matter how short it is or how long, so when you're introducing yourself we already talked about being brief and being confident and eye contact and all that fun stuff and stating who you are and why you need to be there.

    任何事情都有一個開始、中間和結束,不管它有多短,也不管它有多長,所以當你在介紹自己的時候,我們已經談到了要簡短,要自信,要有眼神交流和所有這些有趣的東西,並說明你是誰,為什麼你需要在那裡。

  • Close it off, either say, I can't wait to work with all of you if it's a larger group, or if it's one-on-one perhaps ask them who they are and how they are going to contribute to whatever it is that you're doing or how you can help them, but you want to close it out, to end it, not just leaving it hanging.

    關閉它,或者說,如果是一個較大的團體,我已經迫不及待地想和大家一起工作了,如果是一對一或許會問他們是誰,他們要如何為你所做的任何事情做出貢獻,或者你如何幫助他們,但你要關閉它,結束它,而不是僅僅讓它懸空。

  • Like, Hey, I'm this person!

    就像,嘿,我就是這樣的人!

  • What? Okay... next!

    怎麼了? 好...好... 下一個!

  • Close it out, it just allows for smoothness to the conversation, and it can flow into something that is really good, like my example before, I actually got clients from that introduction because I closed it off.

    把它關閉,就可以讓談話變得順暢,就可以流向一些真正好的東西,就像我之前的例子一樣,其實我從那個介紹中得到了客戶,因為我把它關閉了。

  • So, whether you're meeting someone in the hallway for the first time or you're at a meeting, knowing how to introduce yourself is really key to making that good first impression and knowing that you are a resource that people can go to.

    所以,不管你是第一次在走廊上遇見某人,還是在會議上,知道如何介紹自己真的是給人留下良好的第一印象的關鍵,知道你是人們可以去找的資源。

  • Those are all the things you're setting yourself up for in the working world.

    這些都是你在職場上給自己的設定。

  • If you would like more information on this topic, guess what?

    如果你想了解更多關於這個話題的資訊,你猜怎麼著?

  • I have some amazing pocket books you can go to that talked about empowerment, great meetings, and all that fun stuff that allows you to be better at what you do.

    我有一些神奇的口袋書,你可以去看,談到了授權,偉大的會議,以及所有有趣的東西,讓你更好地在你做什麼。

  • So tell me who you are, please in the comments below, I would love to meet you.

    那麼請在下面的評論中告訴我你是誰,我很想認識你。

  • If you could please subscribe to this channel with the button below, give this video a thumbs up, share with your friends, family, and colleague I really would appreciate it.

    如果你能用下面的按鈕訂閱這個頻道,給這個視頻豎起大拇指,分享給你的朋友,家人和同事,我真的會很感激。

  • Until then, signing off until the next video. Bye!

    在那之前,簽收,直到下一個視頻。再見!

Are you the new kid on the block and no one knows who you are at work?

你是新來的孩子,沒有人知道你是誰在工作?

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