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Posted On December 21, 2016
As more and more organisations encourage employees to move from the 9-to-5 office environment to working anytime, from anywhere, two issues stand out for Human Resource professionals. Both have the potential to create major challenges - and opportunities - for learning professionals.

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Posted On December 16, 2016
Recent business surveys say times are tough. From the Sensis Business Index survey of small and medium-sized business owners to Roy Morgan Research at the big end of town, business confidence and capital investment are in the doldrums—and concerns about Australia’s economy don’t seem to be disappearing anytime soon.

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Posted On October 28, 2016
You may have thought you’d never be good at Excel because you are not good at numbers. I remember thinking like this, using Excel in a very limited capacity, being afraid to try things out and thinking I might break it. All that changed when I became a training facilitator. In this article, I want to share with you some Excel tools that will help you with reports and charts among other common tasks in Excel.

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Posted On October 22, 2016
Hi Folks. It seems that you all enjoyed the Excel and Word Tips. Well, sit back and relax, it’s time for a spoonful of yummy PowerPoint goodness. Here are some quick tips you might like to try to improve your productivity.

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Posted On August 16, 2016
The number of free online resources devoted to workplace learning and productivity is astounding and continues to grow. Leaders and professionals from all over the world have embraced the opportunity to openly and generously share their thoughts and experiences, and to stimulate the conversation for the greater good.

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Posted On June 29, 2016
Email – do you love it or loathe it? It’s an integral part of our working and personal lives these days, yet its content is not often interesting or engaging. Sometimes an email is useful, but it can be hard to tell because the gold can be buried deep in the long, late-night ramblings of your correspondent.

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