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Albert Cefalo

Regulatory Affairs Specialist, Analogic Corporation

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E-Writing @ Work: Getting a Grip on the Silly Stuff We Do with E-mail on the Job
E-Writing @ Work: Getting a Grip on the Silly Stuff We Do with E-mail on the Job E-mail is the number one most widely used communication tool in business today; it surpassed the telephone for follow-up required communication years ago.
Live  Monday, June 1, 2015 10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT,  Duration:60 Minutes
$145.00

Delivering Presentations that Pop
This course offers insight into how to make your presentations pop. From handling anxiety, to working the room, to managing that loud person who keeps interrupting, to developing slides and handouts that are engaging… this course will provide a brief overview of it all.
Live  Wednesday, June 17, 2015 10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT,  Duration:90 Minutes
$104.00

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. Poor writing causes corporations to spend billions of dollars annually on remedial training. This problem is especially significant as the flattening of the global marketplace has increasingly burdened financial professionals to write high-profile, complex documents for diverse audiences on the fly. They often perform this essential work in diverse locations, such as commuter trains, hotel lobbies, and conference rooms; during fast-paced, noisy business meetings, and under exceedingly tight time pressures.
Live  Thursday, June 18, 2015 10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT,  Duration:60 Minutes
$111.00

Executive Presentation Skills: How to Deliver any Message with Power, Influence, and Credibility
Participants will learn step by step how to gain immediate credibility, use nonverbal communication with skill, and keep an audience's attention with ease. This webinar is useful for anyone who wants to improve interpersonal, small group, or public communication skills. Yes, we will learn what to do with butterflies as we go through the structure of making your presentation appear smooth and seamless.
Live  Monday, June 22, 2015 10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT,  Duration:70 Minutes
$114.00

Writing Focused Audit Reports
The Code of Ethics of the Institute of Internal Auditors holds the principles of integrity, objectivity, confidentiality, and competency as the cornerstones of credible internal audits. Certifying compliance does not occur merely at the point of observation but in the writing that emerges from it. Numerous challenges lie ahead for auditors when composing an audit report. They want to ensure that they clearly articulate a comprehensive review process, valid and reliable criteria, conditions logically linked to causes, relevant and risks, and beneficial recommendations-all with an objective style.
Live  Tuesday, July 7, 2015 10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT,  Duration:60 Minutes
$107.00

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  Tuesday, July 7, 2015 10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT,  Duration:60 Minutes
$117.00

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, July 28, 2015 10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT,  Duration:60 Minutes
$108.00

Writing High-Impact Executive Summaries
Management demands that the executive summary live up to its name. So the expectation is clear: tell me as thoroughly as possible without wasting a word only the important information so I can decide on what you expect of me. Writing executive summaries requires the writer to fulfill two objectives: understand management's objectives for reading the executive summary, and demonstrate content mastery of the original document by including and excluding information based on those reader's objectives. Achieving these objectives means that executive summary writing is as much a reading assignment as it is a writing assignment; however, we read and write not for what interests us but for what interests the executive reading the summary.
Live  Friday, August 21, 2015 10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT,  Duration:60 Minutes
$115.00

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