Online Professional Designation Programme: Module 4

5 students

If you are a well organised person, you will remain well organised regardless of the job you will be doing.  It is one of the soft skills you will bring with you to any position and is a important employability skill.

Strong organisational skills are important for a variety of reasons, and they all have a common denominator – they turn you into an efficient and effective employee.

Organisational skills in the workplace (and they look good on your CV) are collaboration, communication, teamwork, delegation, planning, prioritising, time management, physical organisation (filing, record keeping, stock inventory) and work-life balance.

In this module we will be looking at planning, collaboration, teamwork and meetings.

 

  • PLANNING AND ORGANISING SKILLS
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  • PROJECT MANAGEMENT
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  • PROJECT PLANNING
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  • ACTION PLANNING
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  • RISK PLANNING
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  • WORKING IN GROUPS AND TEAMS
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  • Group cohesiveness
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  • Effective team working skills
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  • Strengths and weaknesses of groups
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  • Collaboration or working together
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  • Group roles
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  • Difficult group behaviours
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  • LEADING VIRTUAL TEAMS
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  • PLANNING AND STRUCTURING EFFECTIVE MEETINGS
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  • Remote meetings and presentations
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  • What is an Agenda?
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  • Mindful meetings
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  • The role of the Administrative Professional
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  • Review questions and assignments

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R4,500.00

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