Personal workplace effectiveness means that you will be able to achieve your work goals through more efficient use of your time and the resources that you have available. This will help you to relieve the daily stresses of the work place and to perform at your best. Personal effectiveness is not delimited to the workplace but can be practiced in your personal life as well, allowing you more time to do the activities you most enjoy.
This bundle will help you to optimise your own effectiveness in the workplace with these three courses:
- Business writing skills
- Negotiation skills
- Time management
Business writing skills
Effective communication is essential in life, and particularly in business. The ability to clearly articulate what you are trying to say in a professional manner will get you far. Companies and individuals realise that how we write, how we talk and how we communicate are ways of us showing our customers who we are and what we stand for. For this reason, we have to be more careful than ever that we write and communicate correctly.
This course focuses on our business writing skills and takes you through the basic principles of sentence construction, common grammar errors, reading skills and writing tips
This course will take you through the groundwork necessary for negotiations, bargaining techniques, and closing a deal that may be outside the boardroom or on behalf of someone else. The skills you will learn here will stand you in good stead both in your work life and personal life.
You will have the opportunity to learn from industry experts in negotiation such as Michel Ghazal and Adam Grant.
There are many benefits to managing your time, from creating more capacity in your life to do the things you really want to do, to being less stressed because you have your tasks under control.
This course will give you practical ways to approach tasks and to organise your time so that you can be more productive and relaxed. You will also be exposed to insights from Harvard University lecturers, authors and industry experts such as Terri Wagner and Tal Ben-Shahar