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.
Today many organisations are in a constant state of change. It’s difficult to avoid, and may come from the external environment as well as major internal structural upheaval. The problem faced by many managers, is how to lead their teams effectively when the future is uncertain.
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.
We’ve all had our share of difficult situations at work. They crop up in many shapes and sizes and often when we least expect it. But how we respond to these situations can determine whether they present an opportunity or a threat to our workplace relationships and team productivity.
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.
Today I'm going to be exploring the topic of Dashboards.
Think about your car’s dashboard. It displays a lot of information about your car and it needs to be read at a glance — that is, your focus should be on the road ahead, not on the dashboard! It indicates your speed and mileage, fuel status, engine temperature and so on.