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MS Project in Events Planning

MS Project in Events Planning

| August 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

  “We forgot the cups!” You might be able to recover from that with minimal embarrassment with swift action. Other project planning errors might be a lot more costly to your reputation and financially. Project management competence is required at varying levels of the organization. Administrative Assistants and Executive Secretaries are often left off the […]

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Dealing With Difficult People: Webinar Key Points

Dealing With Difficult People: Webinar Key Points

| August 20, 2013 | 0 Comments

  Here is a summary of an exciting Webinar with a group from Columbus Communications in Trinidad & Tobago. The first step in understanding and working with people is to recognize that one’s behaviour cannot be totally ascribed as their personality. Personality is an intricate pattern of behaviours, thoughts and feelings which make a person […]

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Dealing With Difficult People: He Steals My Credit

Dealing With Difficult People: He Steals My Credit

| August 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

Feedback about challenging behaviours rank the stealing of their hard earned credit among the most frustrating. Here is a strategy for dealing with the individual who is climbing the Corporate ladder with your shoulder as a step ladder. Click to watch this short video       Please share your feedback here or contact us […]

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Working with Difficult People: Webinar Gleanings

| August 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

“Refusing to listen”, “Opinionated”, “Always right”, “Do as I say and not as I do”, “Hitler mentality”, “Set in their ways” ranked high on the list of Working with Difficult Behaviours during today’s webinar. Watch out for a survey to list your frustrating behaviours. Check out our Certified Behavioural Coach programme   Your comments:

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Certified Behavioural Coach

Certified Behavioural Coach

| August 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

  Click here for details: http://www.icontact-archive.com/53tHymf7jTKtjK_0mcKkzNFz_yLzT2VB?w=7 To register or request further information please complete this form:

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E-Project Management Certificate Course

E-Project Management Certificate Course

| August 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Deepen your understanding of Project Management Principles Use Microsoft Project to plan, monitor and implement projects and manage your day-to-day tasks and projects and enhance productivity. Click here for further information To register or get additional information, please complete this form:

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KESDEE – INFOSERV Course Catalog

KESDEE – INFOSERV Course Catalog

| August 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

Your one-stop centre for Online Courses in Banking, Finance and Risk Management from the world leader – KESDEE   For access and further information, please complete and submit this form:

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Dealing With Difficult People: A Different Perspective

Dealing With Difficult People: A Different Perspective

| July 31, 2013 | 1 Comment

The interest in the “Dealing with Difficult People” topic points to the fact that this issue impacts many individuals. This brief video presents a totally different perspective on the issue of dealing with difficult personalities. The insights turn the issue on its head and provide simple practical solutions for addressing challenging behaviors. Take a few […]

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Get An Edge – Get CompTIA A+ Certified Today

Get An Edge – Get CompTIA A+ Certified Today

| July 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

CompTIA A+ NEW version – 220-801 & 220-802.  INFOSERV ONLINE ACADEMY offers you the most effective way to earn your CompTIA A+ certification. INFOSERV ONLINE ACADEMY’s CompTIA A+ targets  your competence in areas such as Installation, Preventative Maintenance, Networking, Security, Troubleshooting, Customer Service and Communication skills. The skill sets significantly improve your capacity to work effectively […]

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Working With Difficult People: A Framework

Working With Difficult People: A Framework

| July 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

Why A Framework? Frameworks help us to better understand events and processes. They help us to better prepare  for dealing with unfolding events. Mary Delmege makes the case that when we begin to understand what triggers difficult behaviors, we have the great advantage of being able to anticipate them. With that in place, even with […]

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