Microsoft Office Shortcuts and Pro Tips – Next Webinar On July 19, 2017

Click here to view this email in your browser.    Microsoft Office Shortcuts and Pro Tips: – Next Webinar July 19 @ 2pm ET Hello When you watch someone well-versed in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint work in the program, often the most impressive part is the speed with which they move through the program. Between keyboard shortcuts, click-and-drag … Continue reading Microsoft Office Shortcuts and Pro Tips – Next Webinar On July 19, 2017

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How To Survive At Work

I’ve watched the TLC program I Survived in the past. Amazing stories of survival, amazing people in life-threatening situations. People can survive the most amazing things. As I watch the show, I am amazed at people’s will to survive, their will to overcome, their determination to not let their attacker (whether that be another person, … Continue reading How To Survive At Work

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Are You Conversationally Intelligent? – New Webinar – June 15

Click here to view this email in your browser.     Are You Conversationally Intelligent?: New Webinar on June 15  Hi David As an administrative assistant, dealing with multiple individuals with differing priorities, knowing how to quickly build rapport becomes a powerful asset. Many people unknowingly trigger emotional reactions in others by how they speak. … Continue reading Are You Conversationally Intelligent? – New Webinar – June 15

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The Seven Deadly Sins of Meetings

Meetings are the number-one time waster in the workplace, according to a study by Verizon Business. They say that the average executive spends approximately 50 per cent of their time in meetings. The average middle manager spends about 35 per cent of their time in meetings. When conducted effectively, meetings can inspire and ignite motivation, … Continue reading The Seven Deadly Sins of Meetings

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Imaginary Arguments In Your Head Will Only Get You So Far At Work

A former colleague holds complete conversations in his head with people with whom he is angry. He rarely speaks directly with the other person. This anger in his mind continues to build because of his frustration, yet he never lets the other person know that he is frustrated and subsequently angry. His conflict avoidance almost … Continue reading Imaginary Arguments In Your Head Will Only Get You So Far At Work

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Not Everyone Was Raised at Your House – New Webinar – May 25

Click here to view this email in your browser.     Not Everyone Was Raised at Your House: Unleash the Power of Perspective for Better Communication with Anyone  Hi David Have you ever wondered where has common sense gone? Have you ever wondered “who raised you” when interacting with seemingly clueless people? The world really … Continue reading Not Everyone Was Raised at Your House – New Webinar – May 25

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