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Posts Tagged ‘communication’

  • Developing Your Management Skills

    Sep 20, 18 • 0 Views • • No Comments

    INTRODUCTION: As you move along your career from an individual contributor to a more supervisory or management role, you need to invest in learning new skills and upgrade how you view your own role and the roles of whom you manage. Managers need to innovate, be original, and develop skills which may not be their&hellip...

  • Effective Business Writing – Improving Efficiency and Effectiveness

    Aug 16, 18 • 0 Views • • No Comments

    If you or a colleague are available in Shanghai on Thursday and Friday, Aug 16th and 17th, then we would like to invite you to our Public Course! INTRODUCTION: Whatever your job and whenever your location, making sure that your business writing achieves your communication goals is paramount. We need to learn what the rules,&hellip...

  • Taster Session: Creativity & Innovation – Thinking In & Out of the Box™ (30-Mar | Shanghai)

    Mar 30, 18 • 0 Views • • No Comments

    INTRODUCTION We are often told to “Think out of the Box!” But no one ever tells us what “the box” is that we are supposed to think out of. We decided to change that. Before we think out of the box, we must first define what that box is. In our four-step process, participants customize&hellip...

  • Taster Session: Creativity & Innovation – Thinking In & Out of the Box™ (28-Mar | Beijing)

    Mar 28, 18 • 0 Views • • No Comments

    INTRODUCTION We are often told to “Think out of the Box!” But no one ever tells us what “the box” is that we are supposed to think out of. We decided to change that. Before we think out of the box, we must first define what that box is. In our four-step process, participants customize&hellip...

  • Value Based Presentation Skills Demo – Shanghai

    Nov 9, 17 • 0 Views • • No Comments

    It is essential in modern business that every presentation we deliver is memorable and impressive. Too many presenters bore their audience with far too much detail on every slide and the delivery a poorly structured and illogical presentation. It is common for staff to rehash old ppt’s and create a “frankinstein’s monster” slide deck....