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Using your Voice

Do you stop listening to what someone is saying because their voice, or their way of speaking, turns you off or distracts you from their message? Have you considered what you sound like to other people? Is your voice clear, enthusiastic and with a pleasant tone? If not, here are the top ten tips to help you develop a speaking voice that people will want to listen to.

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» Using your Voice DGW Sept 2011.pdf
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Are you a Perfectionist or a Butterfly?

Are you a perfectionist? Do you keep checking and rechecking documents? Or perhaps you butterfly from task to task? Being a perfectionist or butterfly will all unnecessarily steal your valuable time. So here are the top ten tips to help you overcome the time obstacles.

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» Perfectionist or Butterfly JDC Sept 2011.pdf
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How To Achieve Personal Objectives

Do you need to stretch yourself more in terms of development? Do you wish you could achieve more? Do you sometimes feel stuck in a rut? Set yourself some personal objectives to achieve. To help you achieve them, here are the top ten tips, including the SMART model.

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» How To Achieve Personal Objectives Aug 2011.pdf
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How To Manage your Inbox

How many emails do you receive on an average day? 10? 50? 100? If it takes you 30 seconds just to look at each incoming email you could be spending up to an hour a day even before you action any of them. And then there�s the panic that may arise first thing in the morning as you struggle to clear the decks so you can focus on the real work. If this sounds like you, here are the top ten tips to help you manage your inbox.

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» How To Manage Your Inbox DW July 2011.pdf
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Grammar Terms

As it's summer, I thought you may like a quick, fun quiz on some grammatical terms that you will have heard at some time. Have a look at the words in the table and decide what are the grammatical terms for these words? In keeping with tradition, the answers are at the end!

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» Grammar Terms Quiz JDC July 2011.pdf
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How To Successfully Delegate

We all like to feel in control of our responsibilities. Sometimes we continue to perform certain tasks because we feel we should, or because we like the task. But if doing the task is holding you back, you need to delegate it. Consider which of these four main reasons makes you reluctant to delegate: accuracy, fear, preference and speed, and use the top ten tips to help you delegate successfully.

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» How To Delegate More Effectively DGW Jun 12.pdf
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How do I end?

Last month we looked at how to start letters and emails. But ending your writing also needs thinking about. While there are lots of different letters that you will write and they will each need a different ending, here are the top ten tips to get you thinking about how to end your letters and longer emails in the future.

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» How do I end JDC June 2011.pdf
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How To Avoid People Interruptions

We all need people around us, especially at work, but there are many times when we would like to tell some people to get lost! If we can successfully manage the situation so we have fewer people interruptions, we can focus, and so do justice to the task at hand. Here are the top ten tips to help you deal with people interruptions.

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» How To Avoid People Interruptions DGW June 2010.pdf
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How do I start?

This is a question we are often asked on our letter writing courses. Writers are usually fine with the middle of a letter as they have something specific to say but your letter will still need an opening and introduction. Before writing, think carefully about what you want to say and the overall purpose of your letter. Although I have referred to how to start letters, of course these phrases will also apply to emails. See the top ten tips below for how to start the most common letters written in offices. And look out next month for how to end your letters.

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» How do I start JDC May 2011.pdf
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Stressless in the Office

We have all been there at times: work piling up; nobody to help; urgent deadlines; people constantly chasing; phones and people interrupting our train of thought; a feeling of panic rising; and an inability to think straight. Aaarrgh! If this sounds like you, and before you meltdown in the nearest corner, here are the top ten tips to help you.

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» Stressless in the Office Apr 2011 DW.pdf
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