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How To Take Minutes of a Meeting

How To Take Minutes of a Meeting

How To Take Minutes Of A Meeting Meetings are one of the unavoidable processes of any event such as business, academic gathering etc. We’ve all arranged them, held them, attended them, and no doubt sometimes wished they didn’t exist. Without minutes being taken, they would be one of the least productive processes. At any given […]

18th June 2018 | By | More
Supervising Skills- 8 Crucial Skills

Supervising Skills- 8 Crucial Skills

Supervising Skills- 8 Crucial Skills Communication Supervisors with developed communication skills are able to use listening techniques and nonverbal strategies to improve conversations. It is essential for a supervisor to be able to balance time constraints and a heavy workload while managing other employees and projects. Having excellent communication skills allows supervisors to speak with […]

12th June 2018 | By | More
Free Training Resources

Free Training Resources

All the training resources on this page are free for personal use, please click ‘add to basket’ to go to the free download page.

10th April 2018 | By More
Time Quotes

Time Quotes

Time Quotes   “The bad news is time flies. The good news is you’re the pilot.” -Michael Althsuler   “Lost time is never found again.” -John H. Aughey   “A committee is a group that keeps minutes and loses hours.“ -Milton Berle   “Time is like money, the less we have of it to spare […]

24th March 2018 | By | More
The Benefits of Writing Training for your Company

The Benefits of Writing Training for your Company

The Benefits of Writing Training for your Company Training is crucial for any company with the aim of increasing productivity and keeping up with the global economy. Providing training on-the-job for your employees will not only save you money but also ensure that daily operations are not interrupted. Organisations that invest in business writing classes […]

23rd March 2018 | By | More
GDPR – The Key Changes

GDPR – The Key Changes

What is GDPR? General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation in EU law on data protection and security for people inside the European Union. It controls the use of individual data outside the EU. The GDPR points principally to give control back to citizens over their own data and to improve the administrative condition […]

21st March 2018 | By | More
The GDPR Framework

The GDPR Framework

What is GDPR The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a law requirement in the EU that protects the privacy and personal details of EU citizens while making transactions. It was adopted in 2016 to replace the outdated 1995 data protective directive. Any company that processes or stores personal information about EU residents must comply, […]

21st March 2018 | By | More
View & Download Our Brochure

View & Download Our Brochure

  Taylor Mason Training provides both Open and Public Training Courses in a wide range of disciplines and internal, tailored courses to match your companies specific requirements. Our current portfolio includes a variety of soft skills and software courses designed to enhance and improve yours or your team’s skills without the expense of organising an […]

14th March 2018 | By More
Writing a Business Plan: Financial Plan

Writing a Business Plan: Financial Plan

Writing a Business Plan: Financial Plan In business plan writting, the financial section is where all the operational items included in the rest of the business plan come together. There are three essential elements to a properly thought through and well-constructed business plan. Those elements include the forecast profit and loss account describing the income […]

13th March 2018 | By | More
Writing a Business Plan: Operating Plan

Writing a Business Plan: Operating Plan

Writing a Business Plan: Operating Plan The operations plan is a vital section of business plan writting as it describes the physical requirements of your business’s operation, such as the physical location of your business, facilities and equipment.  An operations plan should explain how customer needs will actually be met on a day-to-day basis, including […]

13th March 2018 | By | More
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