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Trust in Work Environment
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Trust in Work Environment

In the world of business today, trust is more important than ever, especially when it comes to relationships with clients, customers, employees and all stakeholders in your business. Besides, trust is invariably the critical component in enhancing business relationships. Over the long term, business success is dependent upon a network of positive relationships. The moment a person is not trusted by an individual or team, his or her chances for success within that group are dramatically diminished. This lecture is aimed to help people in creating trust that is the foundation of the survival and success of any business.

This lecture describes the importance of trust among different levels of hierarchy, peers or colleagues and different organizations. Moreover, it also discusses how a person can build a personal brand by improving the trust of people for him/her.

Relationship 101
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Relationship 101

Having a healthy relationship is a very important thing to have not only in our social life but also in our work environment. Moreover, a great leadership is built on great relationships.The objective of this lecture is to improve the leadership skill and life with Relationships 101 written by the author Dr. John C. Maxwell through understanding the nature of relationships, the building blocks of relationships and the growth of relationships.

This lecture discusses about “Relationship 101” written by the author Dr. John C. Maxwell which includes five indicators, that will help us to judge the strength of our relationships and five main points that are essential when we try to understand other people.

What To Do When There's Too Much To Do
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What To Do When There's Too Much To Do

A lot of people in the workplace encounters the perpetual problem, “much to do, not enough time”. This can be prevented by the ability to organize and plan carefully the time spent on activities in a day. This lecture is to share the useful techniques for workers who want to overcome overworking, distraction and bottleneck in working and lead to effective time management & higher productivity than ever before.

This lecture summarizes the book, “What to do when there is too much to do written by Laura Stack which indicates the six steps of productivity workflow formula: 1. determine what to do, 2. schedule time to do it, 3. focus attention, 4. Process new information, 5. close the loop and 6. manage capacity.

Great Contributor
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Great Contributor

Success provides confidence, security, a sense of well-being, the ability to contribute at a greater level, hope and leadership to people. Without success, we, the group, our company, our goals, dreams and even entire civilizations cease to survive. Therefore, this lecture is intended for everyone to understand what makes a successful person and practice these facts to be successful not only for his/her life but also for the family, organization and society.

From this lecture, you can learn the ways of so helpful tips and advices to be a successful person.

Ethics and essential tips for using social media
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Ethics and essential tips for using social media

People have their own morals, belief and ethics. However, when it comes to social media and having an online presence, some individuals or companies believe that ethical behaviour is moot. In social media, the right ethic equals the right perspective and the right thinking on how to leverage social media appropriately and how to engage people in the right manner. This lecture is intended to share people the rules of ethics and etiquette for social media that must be followed.

This lecture explains the ethics that should be followed when using social medias, types of social medias and what the business needs to prepare their works according to the changes in social medias.

Intellectual Standard
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Intellectual Standard

Intellectual Standard

Intellectual Standard

Personality
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Personality

Personality

Personality

Leadership skills for professionals
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Leadership skills for professionals

It doesn’t matter if a person is leading a company, a department, a team, or even a family, he/ she cannot be a leader as the leadership has nothing to do with the title or position. For example, a person could be the highest position of a famous company but it cannot be said that he/she is a leader. In truth, leadership has everything to do with behavior. This lecture is intended to share the ways that an effective leader behave.

This lecture emphasizes on the explanations of important behaviours needed for a leadership including 1. Honesty/ Authenticity, 2. Decisive, 3. Emotional intelligence (EI), 4. Excellent communication skills and 5. Taking action on feedbacks.

Personal Skills & Development Plan
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Personal Skills & Development Plan

Personal skills are those concerned with how people manage and express themselves. They are revealed in those attitudes and behaviors people. Personal development planning is the process of establishing aims and objectives, assessing current realities and identifying needs for skills, knowledge or competence.

This lecture proposes the personal skills, self-management skills, thinking and problem-solving skills, working together and communication skills, functional skill and personal Development plan.

Decision Making
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Decision Making

Decision making is the process of making choices by identifying a decision, gathering information, and assessing alternative resolutions. A step-by-step approach to the decision making process is an efficient way to make thoughtful, informed decisions. Decision-making plays a vital role in management as it is important to achieve the organizational goals/objectives within given time and budget. This lecture is intended for the managers of an enterprise who are responsible for making decisions and ascertaining that the decisions made are carried out in accordance with defined objectives or goals.

This lecture explains programmed vs non-programmed decision, techniques or basic for decision making, decision making process, recognition of decision requirement, 4 questions that should be asked about any problem, improving group decision making, helping & hindering roles in decision making groups, decision making approaches and situational factors in decision making.