Participants will gain a fundamental understanding of the Microsoft Word environment and the ability to complete tasks independently. They will demonstrate the correct application of the principle features of Word 2016 by creating and editing documents for a variety of purposes and situations. Document examples include professional looking reports, multi-column newsletters, resumes, and business correspondence.
Participants will learn to create, edit, and enhance slideshow presentations to create professional-looking sales presentations, employee training, instructional materials, and kiosk slideshows. Learners will gain a fundamental understanding of the PowerPoint 2016 environment and the correct use of key features of this application.
Learners will be able to use Outlook to enhance professional correspondence, create calendars, and schedule appointments. Participants will create and edit professional-looking email messages, maintain calendars across time zones, and schedule tasks for a variety of purposes and situations including sending email for marketing campaigns, planning staff meetings, and assigning action items from those meetings.
Participants will gain an advanced level of understanding for the Microsoft Excel environment, and the ability to guide others to the proper use of the program's full features - critical skills for those in roles such as accountants, financial analysts, and commercial bankers. Participants will create, manage, and distribute professional spreadsheets for a variety of specialized purposes and situations. They will customize their Excel 2016 environments to meet project needs and increase productivity. Expert workbook examples include custom business templates, multi-axis financial charts, amortization tables, and inventory schedules.
This e-learning Module provides the essential knowledge of aeronautical terms, authorities and official organizations required to understand regulatory requirements. Successful completion of this Modual will provide the necessary foundation for attending TEC's 2-day "Combined EASA Part 21–G & AS9100 Course & Workshop"
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This e-Learning course has been created following many requests for a detailed explanation of quality tools and techniques applicable to the determination and validation of root causes (including human factors). The various approaches explained may be used within any of the prominent problem-solving methodologies including - 8-D (AS 13000), P-D-C-A, A3, Kaizen and D-M-A-I-C
A business is a living organism that depends on the strategic coordination of systems, activities, and information to build customer-satisfying products and services and ensure profitability and future growth. A company’s success is determined by the ability of each core function to effectively perform its specific purposes and responsibilities and, at the same time, proactively cooperate and communicate with the other departments. It is this combination of business-unit excellence and cross-functional collaboration that acts as a key to organizational success.
Play this fun parody of wheel of fortune based mostly around the Weil family.
Leaders in a World Economic Forum study listed creativity as the third most important work skill they seek in employees. And as organizations face increasingly complex business issues, they are training their employees to be smart risk-takers and creative thinkers. They are hiring for these competencies, too. As you apply the recommendations provided in this course, your skills will increase, your employees will grow more confident and competent in their abilities, and together, you will create a powerful culture of innovation.
When writing business emails, letters, memos, and other communications, it’s important to check for any grammar or spelling errors that can distract from your message. Misspelled words and grammatical errors are easy to fix if you make a habit of using the spellcheck and grammar features on your computer. In this course, we will review basic punctuation rules. We will examine some common sentence structure mistakes. And we’ll study some common word choice errors. Finally, we’ll provide a list of online resources and books. Don’t let grammar and word choice errors blur your message or damage your credibility.
Kurt Lewin a German-American psychologist, defined himself and his contributions within three lenses of analysis: applied research, action research, and group communication were his major offerings. One of the Cornerstone models for understanding organizational change was developed by him and is referred to as "Kurt Lewin's three-stages of Change." This model breaks into three-stages: Unfreeze, Transition, and Refreeze. In the "Unfreeze" stage, an organization prepares for the change. In the "Transition" stage, the change takes place and in the "Refreeze" stage, the change becomes solidified as the new norm.
McKinsey’s 7-S model was created by McKinsey consultants Robert Waterman, Tom Peters, Richard Pascale, and Anthony Athos. It provides a framework to plan and execute mid-term organizational change. It is based on the premise that organizations perform properly when seven key elements are aligned. The seven key elements are structure, strategy, systems, skills, style, staff, and shared values. The model is most often used as an organizational analysis tool to assess and monitor changes in the internal situation of an organization.
Kotter's 8-Step Change Model was created by Harvard University Professor, John Kotter. He perceived the change process as having 8 essential steps. The 8 Essential Steps in this model are: -Create a sense of urgency for change -Build a coalition for change -Form a vision for change -Communicate the vision for change -Remove barriers to change -Generate quick wins for the change -Stay persistent with the change -Make the change permanent
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Leaders, who spend more time managing their employees than leading them are less likely to achieve the top performance they seek because they focus on controlling employees and their tasks to accomplish a goal.
Good leaders are predominantly facilitators, these leaders teach their people how to work effectively and solve problems. The result is more empowered and capable teams. Directing is said to be a process in which the managers instruct, guide, and oversee the performance of the employees to achieve predetermined goals.