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Radio Ads Production Tips

01st November 2012
It is said that stations promotion is the cinema of the brain, because the pictures created by stations come from within. It's likely that stations promotion is able to paint such a long term mental picture, as radio ads rely intensely on the creativity o... Read >
Author: jingle

Letís Check Out the Benefits of Soft Skills Training In Kolkata

31st March 2011
You can be an extremely hard worker, but still something may prevent you from becoming a good manager. It is necessary for you to know that communication skills always play an important role in ensuring your success as a manager in any corporate organizat... Read >
Author: iLead

How To Pass The Firefighter Tests

08th March 2011
The Firefighter Selection process involves a number of different written tests. These tests usually consist of multiple-choice questions, which are designed to assess a candidate's abilities and aptitude for becoming a competent firefighter. The tests ... Read >
Author: Richard

Business Advantages of Using Chartered Accountants Liverpool

24th February 2011
If you are in business then you will have a number of obligations when it comes to your accounts. These are some of the most important financial records about your company and need to be accurate and up to date. Using chartered accountants Liverpool can m... Read >
Author: Henry James

Creative Training Ideas - Breaking it up

13th December 2010
When it comes to professional development and business training, it's serious business - but that doesn't mean the sessions themselves have to be all serious. Keeping your audience actively engaged with the workshop and mentally switched on to take in the... Read >
Author: Scott Jamieson

Why and How to Improve Teacher Morale in a School

19th November 2010
Teacher morale is a major issue in private and public schools. Low morale decreases engagement with colleagues and students, diminishes productivity, reduces student learning and breeds cynicism. On the other hand, when morale is high and the faculty cult... Read >
Author: Daniel Hollinger

How To Create Effective Mentoring Program

14th September 2010
Mentoring on both a personal and professional level is has been popular for years. But recently, there have been some changes as it relates to mentoring. The following information provides some suggestions into these recent changes as well as what you can... Read >
Author: Mike B

Why the External Fulfilment Service have become a Must for Organizations

04th June 2010
Have you ever explored the reasons behind the emergence and growth of fulfilment companies? Hiring the service of a fulfilment company is an effective cost-cutting measure for a manufacturing organization. A manufacturing business needs to have a state-of... Read >
Author: pitterson pitter

The purpose of BTEC courses

30th October 2009
Background BTEC courses are very popular in the UK. They attract more than a million students each year. The benefit of BTECs is their flexibility. Take a BTEC course and you can progress to higher education; begin a career; or improve your current c... Read >
Author: eddieb

Find Freelance Illustration Jobs Online

21st October 2008
If you have steadily wanted to get acquainted with freelance illustration jobs, then get ready because we have all the facts and figures you can read. Finding freelance illustration jobs is easy. Making a career out of it, however, can be a little bit mor... Read >
Author: Gnubas

Fitness as a Metaphor for Life

05th March 2007
Copyright (c) 2007 Ainsley Laing As I was reflecting the other day on my life up to now, it occurred to me that the process of getting fit is a metaphor for living a full life. Stay with me here'. To get fit one needs to 1) decide to do it, 2) decid... Read >
Author: Ainsley Laing

Delivering Difficult Messages at Work

07th June 2006
Feedback is essential to the professional development process. As you advance professionally, you will be placed in more situations in which you will need to give feedback to others. Letting your direct reports know how well they are doing is usually the ... Read >
Author: Julie Cohen
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