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How To Write Better Letters

While we often use emails to communicate there are still occasions when we have to write a more formal letter. As soon as we attach this formality to written communication fear can set in and we develop writer�s block! Overcome this with the following top ten tips. Of course, if you are doing a longer email instead of a letter, these points will apply to that too.

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How To Improve Team Effectiveness

How effective and efficient is your team? Do you always have all the information (eg about deadlines, quality, results) that you need? Even if your team is just two people, consider and assess your team�s effectiveness using the top ten tips checklist below. (And then ask the others in your team to do the same: the results may not be as you imagine!)

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How To Do Two Jobs at Once!

We are often asked on our minute taking courses is how do I minute the meeting while running it? This is not ideal but appreciate that doing these two jobs is often necessary. Preparation therefore is essential if you are doing both tasks. So here are the top ten tips to help you.

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How To Handle Change

Change is endless and constant. Everything changes and will continue to do so. To thrive in life we must therefore be able to deal with the level of discomfort it usually brings. There are always some unknowns with change, even if you have decided to make the change yourself. So here are the top ten tips to help you handle change and develop a level of resiliency to it.

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Ten Commandments of Email

Email is definitely here to stay! Thank goodness and what a quick and easy way to communicate. However, is it always the best means? If you require an immediate answer a phone call may be better; if you're delivering unpleasant news it may be better to meet or talk on the phone; or if your message is highly confidential email may not be the most secure means of communicating. Once you have decided that email is the best means of communication for what you need to say, follow the Ten Commandments.

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Make the most of Training

Employers are continually seeking to raise the standards of performance of their staff. Therefore, while some training on offer to you will be of interest, some may be compulsory for you to attend. And although you may feel you don�t need any training at all, here are the top ten tips to help you use all your training opportunities positively and to gain from your attendance.

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How To Improve Your Business Etiquette

With the Christmas season upon us and all those office parties and celebrations, remember your colleagues will certainly remember what you did the night before! And possibly have pictures as evidence. Enjoy yourselves but beware! Happy Christmas and every success for the New Year.

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How To Never Forget a Thing

Except of course, the knot in your hankie! If you have a sea of Post-it Notes� all around you, a pile of papers you have to deal with at some point and a constant feeling that there is something you have forgotten, you are probably being distracted and less productive. So here are the top ten tips, including the three golden rules, to help you set up, use and trust your bring forward system.

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How To Be Brief

When writing we should aim to write as briefly as possible. It will be easier for you to write and therefore easier for your reader to read. By writing briefly you will get your point across more quickly, more precisely and in fewer words. Be careful not to use too few words though as you may sound a little abrupt. You should be aiming to have an average sentence length of between 15 and 20 words. So here are the top ten tips to help you achieve this.

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How To Get The Boss to Agree

Staff often complain that problems submitted to their managers get overlooked, forgotten or relegated to the bottom of the in tray. This usually happens because the implications of the problem have not been thought through or presented properly, and the manager does not see it as a priority item or have the time to spend on it. So here are the top ten tips to help think things through before presenting it to your manager.

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