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3 Key Steps In Defining Impact In Learning and Development

Organizations now rely more heavily than ever on their Learning and Development departments to upskill the workforce and prepare them for the future of work. The L&D function, ...
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How to Speak English Fluently: Learn 15 Powerful Tips and Tricks

    Learning how to speak fluent English is one of the main goals for most English learners. Fluency is the ability to speak smoothly and freely. It’s that moment when ...
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3 Key Elements To Close A Meeting Effectively

  As you may already know, strong openings are key to productive meetings. But so are closings. Knowing how to end a meeting will help you make sure everyone is on the same ...
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19 Delicious Food Idioms You'll Hear At Work

It's hard to join a business meeting and not hear an idiom. In this post, we've collected common food idioms that we hear at work often. Before you keep reading, do this ...
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8 Tips On Direct Communication For Those Who Were Called "Too Direct"

  Have you ever been called "too direct"? Some people believe that 'getting to the point' and talking 'without filters' are the basis of a productive conversations. For ...
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The 7 Verb Tenses You Need For Your Business Emails

We know what it's like to write emails in English when you're not a native-English speaker. It takes time. There are many aspects to take into account. It's not only about knowing ...
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How Appreciation In The Workplace Will Help You Drive Business Results

  If you are a manager, your job is all about the people you work with. It's about having your teams do the job and making sure that they know what they have to do, that ...
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5 Great Ways To Practice Self-Care For HR Professionals

Working in Human Resources means that caring for others is a fundamental part of the job, but caring for oneself as a person and professional is often pushed down the list of ...
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Opening A Meeting Effectively In 7 Easy Steps

  Strong openings are the key to productive meetings. Starting a meeting effectively helps you set the tone, introduce the main topic, set expectations, and make a good ...
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