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    to some different circumstances. Throughout this short journey, I learned a thing or two. I was force to balance not only my finances but also my time. I learned new organization tactics as well as key skills about managing my priorities. This is evident in the major increase to my self-management score. It’s no secret that college can be a very stressful time in a young adult’s life, and my summer experience was no exception. I was forced to balance two jobs, many hours of homework, and even a…

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    professional in the field of research psychology, I have learned the following: 1. The skills and attributes I need in order to be successful are transdisciplinary and cognitive load management. Transdisciplinary refers to the ability to understand concepts across multiple disciplines (Institute for the Future, 2011). This skill is vital in the global world as many problems cannot be solved by one specialized skill and in turn brings together researchers from different disciplines (Institute…

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    Workplace Training

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    spent over $50 billion on the training of employees (Making Teamwork Work). Training Programs will only be effective if the skills and behavior learned are transferred to the workplace. It is extremely important that organizations help employees do things differently -to-better performance and to increase the levels of job satisfaction. Thus training is based on knowledge, skills, and abilities. It will help organizations gain competitive advantage…

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    Independent Learning

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    control of their own learning. In independent learning, time management is non-negotiable and twenty percent of time will be for classes, seminars or tutorials and eighty percent of time will be for independent learning such as reading, class preparation and writing assignment. (University of Kent, n.d). Through this the student can get motivated, ready to overcome challenges and be an excellent time manager. Excellent time management can help student to reread and revise what they have written…

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    I hope this email finds you well, and business successful. As a former employee who spent three years as a server and two of those as a team trainer, this email is in regards to the server training you offer at your Pizza Hut. As you are training employees to work in the service industry, there are many different elements that are key to the successful training of servers. At Pizza Hut your training has many strengths and weaknesses that when addressed will help ensure service employee…

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    My Organizational Skills

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    Organizational Skills Organizational Skills are an important aspect of a good working environment and success of a business or organization. Without the proper organizational skills, a work center could suffer or struggle to succeed. Organizations are a team of people that are working towards the same objective or mission (Trenholm, 2014). Organizations need accurate work-content skills, certain personal attributes that contribute to a mission or goal, and todays technological skills needed…

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    “Skill Development Among Student Affairs Professionals” is an article written by Darby M. Roberts about self-evaluation by three different Student Affairs professional levels about skills within the Student Affairs profession. The three skill levels are new professionals, mid- managers, and senior student affairs officers. New professionals worked full time in Student Affairs for 0- 5 years. Mid- managers are defined as individual who reports directly to the CSAO (chief student affairs officer)…

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    brain, which is used to map up our body, teaching tools for memory, for an organizer, and motor skills. It also helps with memory and psychology aspect like obedient and refuses to work under negative pressure. We should listen to homunculus in order to have effective memory skills. Also, the mnemonic device helps you to remember like mind mapping. 2. The ten items from Brian Tracy Video on Time Management are: Have goals: We don’t know how long we are going to live, so we should set up our…

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    Dave told me “communication is big part of the job, because a good communication skill can save you get in trouble.” He added an example “some users are frustrating when they are looking for help. Therefore, network analyst should talk to them and help them express out the stress.” In addition, communication skill is also important for Dave to respond email. Dave is getting about hundred email a day, and he must reply most of them during work. The…

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    coach/teacher, in an elementary school district, I resolved to take my love for books to the next level. At Mind Your Intentions, a personal and business coaching firm based in Phoenix, I honed my skills in the publishing division, conducting social media outreach, print and digital marketing, project management, research, editing, newsletters and website design. Helping the CEO publish her book, Remembering One, Once Again, was particularly exciting. Having worn many hats for a variety of…

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