Join DEKRA’s Director of Consulting Services Joe Melton and Occupational Health & Safety for a session that will provide techniques and tools to spice up your trainings. Melton will cover tips for building effective PowerPoints and keys when developing handouts that he has used during the several hundred trainings he has conducted over the years.
The most effective leaders set and keep sound priorities so they can focus on getting things done. But, there is a problem in how we approach identifying and setting priorities. Some priorities change depending on the situation and the people involved. Other priorities never change. Do you know the difference? Our focus can sometimes be on the wrong things. This webinar offers you a unique and proprietary approach to understanding priorities.
This session will provide:
- A clear definition of what a priority is.
- Three different types of priorities and who ultimately determines them.
- Four types of priorities and how each affect sound and disordered choices.
- Tools for setting execution priorities to help get you started.
The concepts presented are not only unique and powerful but an advanced window into Peter DeMarco’s forthcoming books, “The Good Will Leader” and “Priority Thinking.”
Hosted by Turning Technologies’ Katy Grubbs, this webinar shows that TurningPoint is only part of her PowerPoint game. As a self-taught PowerPoint user (that still enjoys using PowerPoint), she knows which tips and shortcuts really save the most time. Register to learn a few of her favorite PowerPoint productivity boosters, and receive her slide deck after the presentation as free content to use with your learners!
The session will cover the following topics:
- Quick Access Toolbar – free customized download
- Shortcuts to create, format & style content
- Be smart about SmartArt
- Working with pictures
Make sexual harassment prevention training interactive, meet important state requirements and track participation using TurningPoint. Hosted by Turning Technologies Manager of Employee Success Katy Grubbs.