KP Titles as eBook Edition
Same as the corporate intranet KP courses, KP eBooks are designed to provide a subject matter introduction or refreshment within 15 minutes or a coffee break, offline on your personal eBook reader or PC.
Written by international experts in the field, it is a brief and capable guideline.
The focus is not just to explain "how something works", but to reposition the subject matter in today's world. The objective is to understand the principles, rather than to memorize the facts.
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Email is now the primary source of communications and information sharing in the workplace; it is vital to be efficient and organized with all email correspondence.
Email will consume your workday if you let it. The compelling feeling that you have to stop your current action and read the incoming email at the very moment it is received can translate into a huge time-waster.
Email needs to be one of your priorities, with its management scheduled along with other tasks you need to complete each day.
The greatest key to professional success is the ability to effectively delegate. There are three kinds of delegation:
- up delegation,
- cross delegation and
- down delegation.
All three are necessary for true business success, but most people only 'down' delegate, or, in other words, delegate to those whom they supervise. This means that most people are doing far more work than they need to do.
This module will do a short examination of the techniques used by master delegators.
Building an effective team is as much an art as a science. The principal reason for this dichotomy is the involvement of people.
The management of people represents the science and involves time-tested practices and procedures. The leadership of people represents the art and taps into the nature of humans, their talents, creativity, and energy. The key player in the team-building process is the team leader.
Papers pile up because of delayed decisions and because there is no designated final resting place for the papers to go.
If you are drowning in piles of paper, like it or not, it is time for you to get organized. People spend an average of 22 minutes a day looking for things around or on their desk.
Convert those lost minutes into productive time to get rid of the piles.
In this module we will answer the questions:
A person's work environment is very important. After all, we spend nearly as much time at work as we do at home. According to a recent North American Survey, nearly 50% of workers rank their work environment as the most critical element of job satisfaction.
What makes a high quality work environment? Space design. It is a key component for increased productivity and efficiency.
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