Dear Experts, Whenever I contact an organization to ask who I should direct my cover letters and resumes to, I'm always told my resume will be going to multiple people and that I shouldn't bother directing my cover letter to anyone in particular. Try as might to get a direct answer, I'm always left in the dark. I've done my LinkedIn research and have names of direct reports and potential bosses, but I'm hesitant to include any individual names without a confirmation from the company (especially when a hiring manager isn't included in the mix). What should I do? Our Twitter Advice Project (T.A.P.) is no longer an active campaign. To find an answer to the above question, please use the "Search" box in the right-hand column of this website.

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Woman practices her public speaking skills

Public speaking can’t always be avoided in the business world when you’re tapped on the shoulder to give a presentation to your peers or to an important client.

Even in the age of home video conferencing, it’s still very natural to feel like you’d rather do ANYTHING other than turn on that camera, take a deep breath, and feel everyone’s eyes on you…watching.

Ever wonder how actors push through stage fright?

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