They say “a picture speaks a thousand words” so why not add a few images to your next PowerPoint presentation to make it more engaging? I will show you how to do the following with images in PowerPoint 2010:
We offer a range of short online courses where you take part in a live virtual class, guided by a professional facilitator. Unlike pre-recorded video tutorials, these guided online classes are live and highly interactive.
You’ve worked hard and learnt a lot, and you’re storming up the corporate career ladder at a good pace. Good for you! If you’re in a management role and doing well, you’ve probably got your eye on the future and are thinking “what next?”
We all want to be happy, to be successful, to overcome adversity and be the best we can, don’t we? But our busy and complicated lives make it hard to achieve these things without support and a regular dose of inspiration. And that’s exactly what the thought-provoking TED Talks, hosted by the Technology, Education and Design (TED) organisation, set out to do — to spread ideas that can change attitudes and even lives.
In the minds of many people the term “project management” conjures up images of long lines of slaves building the Great Pyramid of Giza, or peasants hauling stones to the top of the Great Wall of China. Project management does indeed date back thousands of years but it’s changed a great deal since the days of temples, castles and cathedrals.
The AI Group has released alarming figures that highlight the financial impact of poor health on the Australian economy. Its 2014 ‘Absenteeism & Presenteeism Survey Report’ estimates that absenteeism costs organisations around $536 per employee for each day they’re off work. The annual cost to the Australian economy in personal leave payments is $24 billion alone.
Vocational Education and Training (VET) is an integral part of the Australian workforce and National Skills Week takes the opportunity to showcase the stories and experiences of individuals across Australia who have completed different VET qualifications to land their dream job, or progress in the job they currently have.
Seven out of every 10 change management initiatives fail, a damning statistic that has remained constant for decades despite our growing experience with reorganisations, mergers/acquisitions, technology rollouts, and numerous process and quality-improvement projects.