This book explains the reasons for conducting Group Discussion and how it discovers leadership and personality traits of a person. Through various chapters, it takes the reader straight into the what, how, why, do's & don'ts and body posture besides the knowledge of the topic given by the Group Testing officer required to succeed at the Group Discussion. Take hold of the following nuances:
1. Understanding the topic - When the topic is given, understand the topic carefully. If it is not clear initially or you have some doubt regarding the topic, ask immediately.
2. Knowledge about the topic - When you are talking on the topic, choose your points in a manner that they convey the depth of knowledge that you possess. Citing relevant examples will also help to a great extent. Superficial talk is a strict no-no.
3. Precise and sharp thoughts - As you are gathering thoughts, try to stick to precise and concise thoughts. In a Group Discussion, it is always quality over quantity. Let your views be relevant and to the point.
4. Communicating your views - To develop communication skills, you can choose a topic, stand before the mirror and start talking about it. As you are talking, anticipate few questions from an imaginary audience and try replying them. This will help you come across as a confident person during the GD.
5. Taking the initiative – If you can, try to initiate the Group Discussion. By taking the initiative, you will be giving a structure to the discussion and defining the manner in which the discussion will progress. This will exhibit your quality as a person who can facilitate actions by breaking the ice. Act wisely and get selected!