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Typing Programme – Working Safely with your Computer

Typing Programme – Working Safely with your Computer

Besides mobile phones, one of the most ubiquitous electronic devices you can find is the personal computer. Almost every urban home (and even many homes in rural areas) has a computer – whether it’s a desktop, a laptop, a netbook, or a tablet. In some homes, you can even find more than one PC – […]

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Benefits Microsoft Excel Training

Benefits Microsoft Excel Training

Benefits Microsoft Excel Training

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Short Minute Taking Skills Course

Short Minute Taking Skills Course

Short Minute Taking Skills Course To make sure that meetings achieve what they are meant to and that they’re worth the costs incurred, they ought to have 3 elements: a solid leader or chair, a guarantee of closure, and precise minutes. Think about it – how can a group accomplish its goals with efficacy if […]

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The impact of a PA training course

The impact of a PA training course

The impact of a PA training course What does it take to be the best PA? Being a PA involves more than just picking phone calls and taking messages for an executive. A Personal Assistant gives other people the first representation of their organisation or manager. As such, having the right skills will help you […]

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Benefits of Taking Executive PA Training Courses

Benefits of Taking Executive PA Training Courses

Benefits of Taking Executive PA Training Courses In most professions, it often becomes necessary to advance your professional skills in order to stay relevant in your industry. Taking executive PA training courses may help a personal assistant advance in their career by giving them several options to choose from in terms of industries and companies.   […]

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Why time management is important?

Why time management is important?

Why time management is important? Effective time management is one of the most important skills to develop and maintain in any career. Yet it is not an automatically acquired skill, and many – if not most – employees must consciously learn to apply it. In a society where the workplace is increasingly full of both […]

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Are you up to date with the Equality Act 2010?

Are you up to date with the Equality Act 2010?

The Equality Act came into force in 2010 and makes you potentially liable for the harassment of your employees. Employers should review their equality policies and update them to reflect the changes in the Act. Are you compliant? The penalties can be severe. It is the new law that bans unfair treatment and helps achieve […]

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How to save the world from bad meetings

How to save the world from bad meetings

How to save the world  from bad meetings (or at least yourself)  An epidemic of bad, inefficient, overcrowded meetings is plaguing the world’s businesses — and making workers miserable. David Grady has some ideas on how to stop it. David Grady is on a crusade to help you take back your calendar. How to save the world […]

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6 ways to re-think our approach to audience engagement

6 ways to re-think our approach to audience engagement

6 ways to re-think our approach to audience engagement

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Google #YearInSearch

Google #YearInSearch

Published on 15 Dec 2014 – Google #YearInSearch In 2014 we searched trillions of times. What do these searches say about us? Explore the Year in Search http://www.google.com/2014 and follow the conversation on #YearInSearch This year people searched for everything under the sun and beyond, from distant comets to tiny burritos. And they asked Google important […]

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