Writing to Get Things Done® Toolkit will improve productivity by teaching how to use writing as a powerful tool for getting things done. Learners will improve their on-the-job writing skills—writing clear, easy-to-read emails, letters, memorandums, meeting minutes, procedures, trip reports, and technical reports.
The Alphabet, Consonants & Vowels, Capitalization & Punctuation, Personal Pronouns, The Verb 'to be', Articles
This lesson teaches an introduction to the alphabet and the sounds and names of the letters, consonants and vowels. We look at personal pronouns (I, you, he, she, it, we, the) and the verb “to be,” "I am" "you are" "he is."
Spelling Rules, Review of Verbs, Nouns, Pronouns, Upper/lower case, Identifiers, Present simple & continous tense, Vowels & Consonants, Prepositions of Place, Forming Sentences
Be ready to anticipate the moment. Feel the goals and aspirations of your audience and make the presentation of your life! Divided into three sections—planning, writing and giving a presentation, The Basics of How to Plan, Write and Give a Winning Presentation!
Present Simple Tense Sentence Forms, Contractions, Pronunciation (Voiced and Voiceless Sounds), Words Endings
Countable and Uncountable Nouns, Present Continuous Tense, Times, Dates & Numbers, Review of Consonants and Vowels, Review of Articles
In today’s highly competitive world, it’s all about being better than the competition. Doing things they’re not willing to do to keep customers happy. Discover practical techniques and easy-to-implement strategies for bettering your communications in critical areas such as voice mail, e-mail, thank you notes, and face to face communications. Avoid critical communication mistakes to build and maintain long-term relationships in your personal and your professional life.
This manual of activities is written for support staff – the unsung heroes and heroines of organizations who often are the ones for whom there is no training budget. Or who can not be spared from their work to spend time in training.