The Fundamentals of Ownership Thinking module will explain the importance of ending cultures of workplace 'entitlement' while taking the learner through the exciting and revolutionary Ownership Thinking methodology.
This module was developed to introduce students to the important role of international business. Topics include how trade is conducted, social, political and technological trends that affect trade, why countries trade, why companies trade, and how small and medium-sized business compete in the international market.
Do you feel there’s never enough time to do the things you want to – and have to – do? If so, you’re not alone, but this time crunch is avoidable. Effective time management can help you lower stress, reduce waste, improve balance, enhance productivity, and make time for all the things you should be doing at work and in your personal life. This self-evaluation course will guide you through a series of exercises designed to help you define a plan to manage your time and energy more effectively.
The exercises in the course are in PDF format. Save the PDFs in a folder on your desktop and print them out in order to complete each exercise by hand.
Understanding Customer Interaction will help you be prepared to handle just about any customer service situation you encounter. You will also learn how to put your customers at ease by providing exceptional service.
This module presents information about the fundamentals of reading and understanding financial statements. It shows how various work activities can and do affect the financial health of an organization, and introduces concepts, examples and knowledge that non-financially oriented decision makers should know.
Organizations lose millions dollars each year because of fraud. The internal auditor should be able to understand the types of fraud that threaten organizations, the indicators of those frauds, and ensure adequate controls are in place to reduce the impact of fraud.
Ce cours comprend des outils et des techniques pour vous aider à déterminer ce que l’auditoire souhaite et a besoin, des méthodes pour évaluer leurs besoins, ainsi qu'une structure pour organiser et présenter un bon discours.