E-Learning

Basic Accounting Concepts for Non-Financial Professionals - E-Learning

In this course, you'll learn about key finance and accounting terms and concepts such as the basic accounting equation, accrual-based accounting, and basic accounting principles. This course also takes you through the steps in the accounting process to help you recognize how business transactions affect various financial statements and the bottom line of your business.

Basic Budgeting for Non-Financial Professionals - E-Learning

Budgets outline how an organization’s financial resources will be allocated, and are essential in giving a sense of direction in day-to-day activities. Dealing with budgets is no longer only the responsibility of the finance department. In this course, you will learn about the characteristics of an effective budget, the different stages involved in planning and distinguishing between different types of budgets. 

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Choosing and Using the Best Solution - E-Learning

The time has come to make a final decision. In this course, you'll learn how to make smart decisions based on key criteria and decision-making styles. You'll also learn how to plan, manage, evaluate, and celebrate solution implementation.

Defining a Project Scope and Team - E-Learning

Prior to beginning any project - before you  plan the budget or create the schedule - you need to develop a clear vision for how and what the project will achieve. This involves clarifying what stakeholders expect to see in the end, all the tasks that will need to be carried out, resources you’ll need and who will be doing the work. 

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Detecting & Dealing with Performance Problems - E-Learning

When you recognize performance problems early and diagnose them accurately, you can help turn them around and avoid serious consequences. Whatever their scope, frequency or magnitude, you must intervene early, involve the employee, and uncover the true root causes in order to find the best possible solution.  This course explains how you can detect, identify, and question problems in your workplace, and determine the impact when they occur. You will learn how to diagnose root causes, both external and internal, on your way to finding the best solution.

Developing a Successful Team - E-Learning

Anyone who has worked in a project or team environment will tell you that team dynamics make a huge difference in the working environment. Developing effective project teams is one of the primary responsibilities of a team leader. In this course, you’ll learn how to develop team culture by establishing team member competencies and working to improve team dynamics, along with methods used to encourage team participation and motivation, increasing team members’ commitment. 

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Editing and Proofreading Business Documents - E-Learning

Have you every distributed a document or message only to find later that you forgot to include a key point or correct an embarrassing spelling error? Taking the time to edit and proofread your writing will help you produce more focused, polished and effective business documents. This course covers key areas such as tone, structure, clarity and accuracy, along with grammar, punctuation and spelling mistakes to watch out for. 

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Getting Your Career on the Right Track - E-Learning

This course explores the options available when you’re trying to reach your career goals. You’ll discover how to make successful in-house job changes, and how to make lateral moves in the same company. You will learn approaches for creating and implementing an effective promotion plan, and learn best ways to ask for assignments to help move your career forward. 

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Investigating Arguments - E-Learning

In critical thinking, an argument is part of reaching a logical conclusion. In this course, you'll learn to identify and judge arguments, recognize logical fallacies and persuasion techniques, and make effective arguments of your own.

Listening Even When it's Difficult - E-Learning

Successful people are generally trained, excellent listeners. In this course, you'll learn common misconceptions about listening, how to hone your listening skills, and what to do when you encounter roadblocks to listening.

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