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Albert Cefalo

Regulatory Affairs Specialist, Analogic Corporation

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"Hair-On-Fire" Presentation Skills for Administrative Professionals
Whether in an informal setting or a more formal presentation we all want to bring our "A Game" any time we speak up in a meeting or express our ideas to our boss. So what in the world is holding us back as This webinar highlights best practices for administrative professionals who want to speak up and stand out in both formal and informal settings.
Live  Monday, February 27, 2017 10:00 AM PST | 01:00 PM EST,  Duration:90 Minutes
¤145.00

Write It So They Read It: Technical Writing for HR Professionals
During this highly interactive technical writing class, participants will learn and practice preparing technical documentation in a reader-focused error-free manner.
Live  Thursday, March 30, 2017 10:00 AM PST | 01:00 PM EST ,  Duration:60 Minutes
¤145.00

Business Writing for Financial Professionals
Financial professionals realize that demonstrating mastery is not limited to preparing and presenting meeting briefings and firing off summary emails on business issues. Writing proficiency emerges from their ability to craft operational and financial inquiries, fiscal analyses, revenue forecasts, internal justifications, appropriation requests, client proposals, business cases, and a whole host of other financial documents depending on their organizational responsibilities. Their formal training in these skills has been limited to academic contexts, and their company may not necessarily use standardized methods for composing these diverse documents. Thus, specialized training in financial business writing ensures that financial professionals write documents which express their organizational objectives and business purposes.
Live  Friday, April 7, 2017 10:30 AM PST | 01:30 PM EST ,  Duration:90 Minutes
¤145.00

Business Writing for Results
This webinar covers the two pillars of work-related writing: the product (quality) and the process (efficiency). Writers of any business writing discipline and at any experience level will benefit from the practical strategies, techniques, and tips of this webinar designed to guide them through the writing process. I t works through the phases of planning to dissolve writers block and establish purpose; drafting to promote efficiency; revising for completeness and structure; editing for clear, concise, and consistent expression; and proofreading for overlooked errors in grammar, diction, and mechanics.
Live  Tuesday, April 18, 2017 09:00 AM PST | 12:00 PM EST,  Duration:90 Minutes
¤145.00

Team Synergy: How to Harness Collective Intelligence to Maximize Individual Skills and Talents for Powerful Results
It has been said that business is moving from the Age of Competition to the Age of Collaboration. Synergy is the next level of effectiveness beyond mere collaboration. Organizations composed of synergistic teams are resilient, powerful, creative, and effective. Organizations clearly need fresh creative ideas constantly to stay competitive, to create new markets, to gain and retain new clients, and to be respected in the capital markets. But at a time of massive global economic uncertainty, and a "bunker mentality" present in many organizations, the very creativity and intuition needed to bring new solutions and fresh ideas is often squelched by the drone of stress and desperation. Ground-breaking work done over the past 25 years at HeartMath, an innovative research and training center near Silicon Valley, has shaped new understandings of the roots of creativity and intuition and how to increase their presence in our lives. Bruce Cryer's 20-year association with the Stanford Business School and extensive work with clients on four clients, has led to the development of key principles for developing creativity and intuition.
Live  Thursday, April 20, 2017 10:00 AM PST | 01:00 PM EST,  Duration:60 Minutes
¤145.00

Technical Writing Essentials
Technical disciplines require extensive writing to a broad range of audiences, from fellow subject-matter experts concerned with methodology and processes to non-expert decision makers who are interested in cost-benefit analyses and organizational impact. The science-intensive focus of technical disciplines leaves little time for this key segment of the business population to focus on quality writing. But this fact does not change the hard reality that technical communicators spend much of their time drafting and presenting analyses, findings, and recommendations. It is a myth that they don't need to write well, as effective writing will directly affect their influence within the company.
Live  Wednesday, May 17, 2017 11:30 AM PST | 02:30 PM EST,  Duration:90 Minutes
¤145.00

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