A ppt on presentation skills

An analytical study of Job Advertisements in the Sultanate of Oman and Employers’ Demands for Skills in Graduates Ibra College of Technology Sultanate.

18decision making0.0% BSc 20.6% 5.8% 13.5% 15.2% 7.6% 3.6% Qualification: DiplomaEng 1 Communication & presentation 85.4% 2ICT41.5% 3Interpersonal skills29.3% 4Initiative14.6% 5Team work14.6% 6customer-oriented9.8% 7Work Independently9.8% 8Persuasion & negotiation7/ those kinds of employability skills required by employers and to reflect the job demand and changing economic environment. Conclusion The preference of certain skill sets varies from one specialization to another and having a one size fits all /


All Rights Reserved © Evan Sveum 2009 Determining and Comparing the Computing and Internet Skills and Learning Experiences of Freshmen and Senior Education.

Presenter: Evan Sveum ACTE 2009 Annual Convention Saturday, November 21 st, 2009 Nashville, Tennessee Preview Introduction The Problem My Study (Methods) What I Found (Results) What I Think about What I Found (Discussion & Recommendations) Challenge the notion, through performance data, that students from the digital generation possess a basic computing and Internet literacy. Destroy assumptions of students possessing basic computing and Internet skills/


Delivering the ‘I Can Feel Good’ programme in Medium Secure Services Presented by: Sarah Ashworth, Forensic Psychologist in Training Dr Natalie Brotherton,

Psychologist Partnerships in Care Midlands Taking quality to the highest level Working together Caring safely Uncompromising integrity Valuing people Presentation Aims What we’ve done o I Can Feel Good Programme Medium Secure Overview o Adaptations o Practical Issues / of planning to cope with what might happen Introduce the ‘Plan Ahead’ skill Provide three examples of difficult situations Work through each element of the skill as a group Role play Get feedback on their experience of coping when they had /


GRADUATE STUDENT PROFESSIONAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT Jacqui Brinkman Graduate + Postdoctoral Studies University of British Columbia September 19, 2016.

SKILLS DEVELOPMENT Jacqui Brinkman Graduate + Postdoctoral Studies University of British Columbia September 19, 2016 GRADUATE PATHWAYS TO SUCCESS PROGRAM Formation of scholars who make a positive/ Skills for Career Success Workshop topics include: – Project Management/Team Building – Communication/Presentation Skills – Time Management – Networking Skills – Entrepreneurship – Writing Skills 6 6 ONLINE RESOURCES Athabasca Faculty of Graduate Studies Presentations: http://fgs.athabascau.ca/news/presentations//


Active Listening Techniques

and nonverbally practicing “uninterrupted” listening restating the message observing the sender’s nonverbal signals Active listening involves a few, simple skills that really go a long way to communicate to the sender of the message that we really are listening. When we/, “Sam, were you sad when you left home?” Practicing this technique on a child is a good way to challenge your skills of asking open-ended questions. Summary of Presentation What is active listening? Why do we practice it? How do we practice /


Addressing Skills and Employment Gaps in Outer Metropolitan Growth Areas An Action Plan Presented by: John Noronha Director, Essential Economics.

centre/employment hub strategy Provide Flexible Learning Spaces Create a National Urban Investment Fund Continue existing employment and skills funding programs Develop NGAA forum to coordinate local and regional employment and skills stakeholders 11 Hypothetical Project Examples 1.Government office /Total Jobs (FTEs) Construction Operational 2,290 FTE jobs 3,560 FTE jobs Government Revenue$897 million Net Present Value (NPV)$7.46 billion Social Impacts Impact on unemployment rate7.7% to 7.1% Impact on local/


Presentation of Final Report The Results of the Thematic Evaluation on Maternal Health (2000-2011) United Nations Population Fund Evaluation Branch Division.

partnerships  Small numbers of RH staff made it difficult to be present in national technical working groups or policy forums  Annual planning based/ different types of services and contexts  Prepare operational and programming guide to a) offer clear definition of MH vulnerability and the contributing social, economic, political/ plan (part of CPAP) to allocate staff time to strategy components  Strengthen skills related to health policy and management, public health ; also project management, M&E/


Skills Planning Department

Presented by: Sello Khoza March 2015 Skills Planning Department Skills Planning Manager Acting: Sello Khoza Mandatory Grants Coordinator Amandie van der Mescht Mandatory Grants Administrator Racquel Bergman Siphelo Maxayi Skills Reporting Coordinator Johannah Masombuka Data Capturer Stella Mokgoko Shirley Mbiko Intern 1% Skills/ 10% SETA QCTO 0.5% 1% Skills Development Levy MANDATORY GRANTS: WSP/ATR To claim the Mandatory Grant (20%), an employer must submit a combined ATR and WSP and the relevant supporting/


21st Century Social Studies Session ID 86 Presented by Christy G. Keeler, Ph.D.

21st Century Social Studies Session ID 86 Presented by Christy G. Keeler, Ph.D. Overview  21st Century Skills  History  Description  21st Century Social Studies Examples  Implications History  /Technology, and Society Global Connections Civic Ideals and Practices Social Studies through a 21st Century Lens Examples Core Subjects/Content  Ethics  Roles of technology through history  Innovations Learning Skills  Critical Thinking/Problem Solving  Communication  Creativity and Innovation  /


1- 2- W I N Our approach yields immediate ability & motivation to practice Draft of coaching plan for one subordinate Individual « key-learning-log » Presentation,

up motivation and align on leadership skills Throughout the sessions, participants fill-in their « key-learning log » Reminder of X Plan, Client’s values, management and leadership skills Interactive presentation Align on existing practices 1- /learning log » Anchor learning points Workshop-afternoon: draft a coaching plan, give effective feedback and coach teams in meetings Practice # 2; coaching skillsRecognize difficulties; identify key-skills Tips for effective feedback, career & motivational coaching /


Fullerton College Skills Center Chinese 101 & 102 Skills Center Resources The Chinese textbook and workbook are available for check out at the Skills Center.

Track. Listen to your own Chinese pronunciation. Fullerton College Skills Center Learn the Chinese language and Chinese culture at http://skills.fullcoll.edu/Chinese%20Lang%20Links%20WEB.htm. http://skills.fullcoll.edu/Chinese%20Lang%20Links%20WEB.htm Website exercises are there to help you practice your skills. Fullerton College Skills Center Other Chinese language sources including presentations and videos will also be available in the Foreign/


BANKSETA PRESENTATION FOR CO-OPERATIVES. BANKSETA The BANKSETA mission is to support transformation and people development and, through partnerships,

BANKSETA PRESENTATION FOR CO-OPERATIVES BANKSETA The BANKSETA mission is to support transformation and people development and, through partnerships, to enable stakeholders to advance the national and global position of the broader banking and microfinance sector National Skills Development Strategy III (2011-2016) Strategic Intent Increasing credibility of skills planning - information and analysis of skills supply and demand Increasing access to occupationally-directed programmes –Particular/


REVISED MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION FOR UNLICENSED PERSONNEL CURRICULUM

Presentation to the Tennessee Board of Nursing August 21, 2014 Tom Cheetham, MD Danny Ricker, RN Timeline Exemption granted by the Tennessee Board of Nursing allowing unlicensed personnel to administer medications to persons served by DIDD 1999 – Curriculum completed and classes began 2010 – Legislation appointing a/ with comprehensive exam and skills testing by regional nursing F R O M TO 178 pages MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION FOR UNLICENSED PERSONNEL PowerPoint Presentation with Handouts Tennessee Department /


Risk Assessment - What are we Learning? Stephanie Mudd RN MSM CCM Supervisor, Care Management TG/AH/MBCH 1 Presented by Washington State Hospital Association.

, Care Management TG/AH/MBCH 1 Presented by Washington State Hospital Association Safe Table, 7/10/13  Pierce County Community – Readmission Reduction pilot project (August 2012)  Research for Readmission Risk Tools  Adapted a tool from Mary Naylor’s readmission risk/2 to 4 days Care Management Discharge Summary Completed 6 Presented by Washington State Hospital Association Safe Table, 7/10/13 Medium Readmission Risk Evaluate Skilled Nursing versus Home Health Community Referrals Out patient palliative /


Skills Issues in Information Management and the Use of Technology TACOS University of York 14 th May 2014 Kenneth Aitchison.

Conservation Register maintained by Icon do not present website addresses.Conservation Register Conservation of Materials http://www.icon.org.uk/images/sto ries/downloads/clmi%20report.pdf Historic Environment and Cultural Heritage http://blueprintfiles.s3.amazonaws.com/1384949416- The-Historic-Environment-and-Cultural-Heritage- Skills-Survey-FINAL2.pdf IT and digital skills were recurrently noted as a specific skills issue across the HE & cultural heritage/


Real Knowledge Real Skills Real World. Ministry Feedback OCTE is the only all-subject province wide subject association consulted by the Ministry on secondary.

Skills/ with Skills Canada- 2 editions Coffeehouse for teachers at Skills Competitions F/ Secondary Newsletter with Skills Canada Newsletter at Conference/ Consultation on Ontario Skills Passport In previous /present conference ends Over 300 delegates and vendors More than 25 workshops Keynote speakers from business/industry and international tech ed organizations, Many noteworthy presenters Presentations from various Ministries Contact: Joe Hogan Challenge Real KnowledgeReal Knowledge Real SkillsReal Skills/


Www.med.monash.edu Presented by Dr Jennifer Scott Manager, Research Degrees Services and Support for HDR Students.

loan Online resources: –DVD ‘replay sessions’ or available for loan –Podcasts (movie or audio with slides) –Powerpoint presentations www.mrgs.monash.edu.au/seminars/ www.med.monash.edu MRGS – exPERT program categories General (eg. time management, / sessions with a learning advisor Writing groups & support groups Online learning support for HDR students –Design your project –Build thinking and writing skills –Develop oral communication skills –Write the thesis www.lib.monash.edu.au/learning-skills/ www.med/


FINAL YEAR OF NSDS III Presentation to the AgriSETA Stakeholders

Presentation to the AgriSETA Stakeholders March 2015 Venue: Different Provinces Jerry Madiba: (CEO AgriSETA)/ Johann Engelbrecht : Manager: Operations Organogram for the CEO CEO: AgriSETA Jerry Madiba Board Secretary Adv Portia Matsane Manager: Skills Delivery Gerard Mamabolo Fanny Phetla Manager: ETQA Acting Manager: Skills/Mark Oliver ROAD MAP FOR NSDS PREPARATIONS Road Map Processes : Minister (DHET) issues a Proposal for Landscape (before June) Board meeting held to determine way forward on consultations/


NATIONAL YOUTH DEVELOPMENT AGENCY PRESENTATION OF THE NYDA AUDIT MATTERS.

NATIONAL YOUTH DEVELOPMENT AGENCY PRESENTATION OF THE NYDA AUDIT/3,000 jobs facilitated 3,150 jobs facilitated 3,307 jobs facilitated 6 EDUCATION AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT 2014/2015 DELIVERABLES Item No. Strategic Objectives Performance IndicatorActual PerformanceEstimated Performance Medium Term / PerformanceEstimated performance Medium term targets 2011/122012/132013/142014/152015/162016/17 1.7To create a platform for youth to participate and benefit from democratic processes Number of dialogue sessions hosted/


PowerPoint Presentation by Charlie Cook Copyright © 2005 Prentice Hall, Inc. All rights reserved. Chapter 5 Managing the Business Enterprise.

PowerPoint Presentation by Charlie Cook/Inc. All rights reserved.5–8 Effective Organizations Set Goals at Many Different Levels Mission Statement: How a business will achieve its fundamental purpose  Long-term Goals  Intermediate Goals  Short-term Goals Copyright /© 2005 Prentice Hall, Inc. All rights reserved.5–15 Basic Management Skills Human Relations Skills Technical Skills Conceptual Skills Time Management Skills Decision- Making Skills Copyright © 2005 Prentice Hall, Inc. All rights reserved.5–16 The/


Transferable Skills Nick Blinco Director of Development and Alumni Relations & Laura Clark Deputy Head of Annual Giving.

no obvious career path, plenty of transferable skills – Public speaking – Independent learning – Organisation and people management – Time management – Budget management Additional Activities On the committee for the BUAFTAs 2009 - 2010 Presented at USF Volunteered to help at events//role to gain more skills? What can you do outside of your current role to gain more skills? Feedback Career Plan Managing a CASE Educational Fundraising intern from September to give me line-management skills Working with the /


IMPORTANCE OF WORKPLACE COMMUNICATION SKILLS

1 to 14) of the Professional Year Program focus on significantly developing your workplace communication skills. Some of the areas covered are below, please see your course outline for more information. Communicating with a purpose Communicating across cultures Impact of non-verbal cues Workplace media and communication channels Communicating in work teams to achieve goals Workplace meeting skills Effective writing skills for professionals Oral presentation skills


Industry Training Organisations & Foundation Skills ITF Research Forum, Wellington, 4 April 2005 Ruth Schick PhD, Development Manager Workbase: The New.

Discussion – links/implications to other work in the industry training sector Outline of the presentation ITOs & Foundation Skills 3 TEC commissioned work to: Fill an information gap: How are ITOs dealing with Strategy/a leadership role, and with addressing foundation skills in their industries Context ITOs & Foundation Skills 7 Oral and written communication and reasoning, using numeric and English language media Referred to as “literacy, language and numeracy” Metacognitive skills – thinking skills/


Skill Based Education Center ‘Pimplad’ 4 September 20151.

Skill based learning  Activity to hand is the quickest way to develop intellect  Multiple experiences helps in developing Childs personality.  Demystifying science: The scientific method --- observation, measurement, documentation, exchange of information, developing & testing hypotheses is possible in every day life & is financially relevant.  Earning while learning Will lead to a/ of finish product  Presentation  Philosophy Learn langue the way baby learns Learn skill the way nature teaches 4/


The instruments of regional policy in European countries John Bachtler and Sara Davies Presentation to the Norwegian Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation,

Presentation to the Norwegian Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation, Oslo, 20 March 2015 Possible options for Norway Regional policy in other European countries Norway’s regional development challenges & instruments 2 Sara Davies, European Policies Research Centre, University of Strathclyde Overview Sparsely populated regions Low population density Market access Narrow sectoral structure Skills mismatch Skill/ of Strathclyde Financial instruments with a regional dimension +- Administrative costs /


Company presentation April 2004 Financial Year 2003 Results and Outlook for the Future.

Company presentation April 2004 Financial /AREAS OF THE BANK, FOCUSING ON MANAGEABLE PRIORITIES All key areas of the business covered – however with a realistic 2004 agenda Highest focus on 2004 P&L levers –Bad Bank and new credit risk management /clients Improving quality of client relationship –Aligning turnover on current accounts proportionally to credits –Increasing focus on and skills for sale of fee products (foreign operations fees, overdraft fees, fees from guarantees) –Improving pricing discipline /


1 Selected Findings on Basic Skills at Foothill College Research by Rob Johnstone Presented by Bob Barr, Executive Director, IR&P, FHDA CCD

Selected Findings on Basic Skills at Foothill College Research by Rob Johnstone Presented by Bob Barr, Executive Director, IR&P, FHDA CCD BarrBob@FHDA.edu 2 Section 1 What are the success rates of Basic Skills Students? 3 What are the success rates of Basic Skills students? Math –250/Success: Eng 1A Enrollments tracked from 1998M to 2003S 12 Section 4 Do students who complete their Basic Skills courses have a higher rate of success than those who don’t? 13 English Course Completion and Business & Social /


USDA New-trition Standards Meet Real Consumers: Successful Strategies for Kid-Approved School Meals January 24, 2013 Presenters: Dayle Hayes, MS, RD, Nutrition.

/site/cnp/smart/www.sde.idaho.gov/site/cnp/smart/ Culinary Strategies Essential Culinary Skills Knife skills Weights & measures Cooking techniques Plate presentation Flavor development Seasoning without salt Staff Training Scratch Cooking Gradual implementation of recipes Weights &/ nutrition excellence Join SNS DPG of Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Join School Nutrition Association. Consider a career in school nutrition. Attend school-focused FNCE sessions and SNA meetings. Volunteer on your local SHAC/


Autism Spectrum Disorders: Presentation During School Years Rhea Paul, Ph.D., CCC-SLP Southern Connecticut State University Yale Child Study Center Feb.

Autism Spectrum Disorders: Presentation During School Years Rhea Paul, Ph.D., CCC-SLP Southern /passive Video sample: Passive Karin 14:00 Hadia Social behaviors: Active-but-odd Usually HFA or AS May have considerable language skills, interested in communicating but use Repetitive questions Inappropriate touch Odd postures, gestures, facial expressions Conversations on narrow interests Literal and / High rates or depression and anxiety in adults Education has a great effect on outcome! Video Sample: Outcomes


Collaboration with WIA and Other Customers Making Connections! ALMIS Database Seminar August 15, 2005 Presented by: Rebecca Rust Florida Agency for Workforce.

for ad-hoc surveys What’s Hot … 12  Localized labor market overviews / presentations  Workforce Board member (and staff) orientation / LMI training  One-Stop LMI training  O*NET training for skills matching  Training on new industry and occupational coding taxonomies What’s Hot … 13 /hot jobs?  What companies employ the hot jobs?  What kind of skills, knowledge, and experience do I need for jobs?  What jobs use my skills?  Where can I find a job?  What jobs are available now?  Where can I find /


Skill knowledge & project performance Ujene & Umoh 45th Builders Conference/AGM -2015 oyo Anthony Okwogume Ujene (PhD) & Akaninyene Afangide Umoh (PhD)

Presentation Titled : Influence of Construction Crafts’ Skills Acquisition and Critical Knowledge Development on Project Performance in Nigeria 1 TO BY oyo Skill knowledge & project performance Ujene & Umoh 45th Builders Conference/AGM -2015 oyo 2 Preamble Artisans are needed in large quantity, they contribute skillfully/ OLUYOLE 2015 Skill knowledge & project performance Ujene & Umoh 45th Builders Conference/AGM -2015 I look forward to Your Questions and Comments 11 THANK YOU FOR BEING A WONDERFUL AUDIENCE /


Monitoring Basic Skills Progress (MBSP) Training Presentation Administration and Scoring of MBSP Computation and MBSP Concepts & Application.

Monitoring Basic Skills Progress (MBSP) Training Presentation Administration and Scoring of MBSP Computation and MBSP Concepts & Application Agenda Overview MBSP Assessments Overview SMSD Testing Plan Scoring /— Answer Keys Version 1  Begin on page 56 of manual  Formatted on page like the test Version 2  Begin on page 96 of manual  Just a list of answers Version 3  See colored folder for hand-written keys  Answers and point values Concepts & Applications— Scoring Rules One point is awarded for each /


WORK 4 U EMPLOYABILITY PROGRAMME. Presenters: Angela Hamilton – Team Manager Claire Fraser – Senior Disability Employment Coordinator Graham Duncan –

Extract: Beattie Report 1999, Chapter 13.2 Strands Of Employability Assets: these are the knowledge, skills and attitudes which a person has. Deployment: the ability and capability to use assets to gain and keep employment. Presentation: the ability to demonstrate and "market" the assets: through CVs, references, interviews skills etc. Context: the inter-relationship between labour market circumstances and personal circumstances Extract: Institute of/


SKILLS FOR ENERGY 21 October 2013 Celia Anderson Executive Director.

Oct 2013 – Colchester, 80 attended Increasing numbers seeking help, approaching industry, securing jobs and training. Skills for Energy BEEMS Presentation to delegation in Caen, France. Supported inward mission and hosted at dinner and SfE conference EPISCentre Developing/ project Delivery under Enterprise Zone Skills Plan eg women & girls Local people (with the right attitudes – the right skills and qualifications) Trained locally For careers in local companies To support a long term sustainable and growing/


BRIEFING TO THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON ENERGY PRESENTED BY FUNAMNA MANKAYE - CEO NKRUMAH KGAGUDI - CHAIRPERSON Energy Sector Education and Training Authority.

COMMITTEE ON ENERGY PRESENTED BY FUNAMNA MANKAYE - CEO NKRUMAH KGAGUDI - CHAIRPERSON Energy Sector Education and Training Authority VISION ESETA: “the leading facilitator of world – class skills for energy and water “ MISSION Our Mission is to: “facilitate skills development for / in addressing 50 disabled learners who were trained on a unit standard Skills Programme in both Water and Electricity disciplines in an entry level Learnership. This Skills Programme was both sectors and the participation of ESETA /


Goal – II : Bridge All Gender & Social Category Gaps at Elementary Level by 2010 Presentation by : Ms. Kiran Dogra, Consultant Annexure – VII.

Goal – II : Bridge All Gender & Social Category Gaps at Elementary Level by 2010 Presentation by : Ms. Kiran Dogra, Consultant Annexure – VII INTRODUCTION Gender Gap in enrolment is the gap in percentage point/ at a Glance 20 million girls covered under NPEGEL 20 million girls covered under NPEGEL 150,000 girls covered under KGBV 150,000 girls covered under KGBV 1600 adolescent girls covered under MSK 1600 adolescent girls covered under MSK MSK graduates as instructors for Karate, Yoga and skill development /


DAC SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PLAN Presentation to the PC on Arts and Culture 8 September 2015.

SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PLAN Presentation to the PC on Arts and Culture 8 September 2015 2 CONTENTS  Introduction/Background.  Strategic Training Priorities for 2015/2016.  Priority Skills Identified.  Conclusion 2 WORKPLACE PROGRAMME 4 INTRODUCTION/BACKGROUND Human Resource Development (HRD) in the DAC is guided by the following regulatory frameworks: –Public Service Act & Regulations. –Skills Development Act and Skills/resource development: R2.919mil. Annual Workplace Skills Plan (WSP) for 2015/2016 /SKILLS/


Jenison High School Life Skills Presentation By: Colton Leighliter Life Skills Presentation By: Colton Leighliter.

Jenison High School Life Skills Presentation By: Colton Leighliter Life Skills Presentation By: Colton Leighliter Who Am I? Colton Leighliter 12th Grade Things I Enjoy Doing... Working on go kart Biking Weightlifting /Ministers Teachers Parents How I Can Get Around... Family Bus Bike School Goals... Your Goals Complete high school Get good grades Focusing on task Get a job! Teacher Goals Colton will plan for activity/work task including what activity, who is involved, when, where, how and what may be needed/


Strategic Planning for Training Evaluation Presented by: Nita C. Lescher, M.S.W., L.I.C.S.W. American Humane Association.

presentation  Environment (e.g., room temperature) Apple Peel Levels Level 3 = Opinion Assesses trainees’ attitudes/perceptions about:  Utilization of training  Own learning  Training’s value Apple Peel Levels Level 4 = Knowledge Acquisition Assesses learning and recalling terms, definitions, and facts Level 5 = Knowledge Comprehension Assesses understanding concepts and relationships, recognizing examples in practice, and problem solving Apple Peel Levels Level 6 = Skill/5: Develop a data collection /


Communicating Science Nick Melcher presentation for the Verde River Water Advisory Committee Feb 20, 2008.

earlier work. Begin to bring the broad issue down to the specifics being study in a step-wise progression. Present research emphasizing what has been learned over data and analysis. Qualify any speculative statements. /: Experience, training, and accomplishments Experience, training, and accomplishments Communication skills- 360 degrees Communication skills- 360 degrees Real skills, Resources and organizational support Real skills, Resources and organizational support Can they do the science and answer /


Peter Cook Director, Employability & Skills Essex County Council Employability & Skills – Responding to industry need including the opportunities presented.

Skills Essex County Council Employability & Skills – Responding to industry need including the opportunities presented by the Off – Shore Wind Energy Sector 2 The Challenges for Essex Economic situation, need for growth Key industries in Essex reporting ageing workforce, skills shortages endangering future growth and a/ industries, particularly energy and engineering –technician, craft, design skills –Off-shore wind Health & Social Care Vocational Skills 4 The Story so Far……. Focus on Apprenticeships –Over /


Presentation to Portfolio Committee: Human Settlements 26 March 2010 by sylvia hammond 1.

March 2010 by sylvia hammond 1 Thank you Thank you for affording me the time to make a personal presentation. The views expressed are my own and not representative of any organisation with which I am/can be encouraged with workshops - D Community Development Community involvement can be encouraged with workshops - D Community Development Skills can be developed - D Higher Education Skills can be developed - D Higher Education Can create sustainable jobs - D Economic Development Can create sustainable jobs - /


1 Coupled Modeling for Week 3 & 4 Presented By: Suru Saha & Yuejian Zhu (NWS/NCEP)

1 Coupled Modeling for Week 3 & 4 Presented By: Suru Saha & Yuejian Zhu (NWS/NCEP) 2 Operational System Attribute(s ) System NameAcronymAreal Coverage Horz Res Cycle /to climate forecasts promise to be of significant social and economic value.  Science and development priorities Build a unified global coupled prediction system (atmosphere-ocean-land-ice- wave-aerosol-ionosphere) Improve model skill for extended range  What are your top challenges to evolving the system(s) to meet stakeholder requirements/


Presented by: major Vlasta Zekulić, PhD CROATIAN APPROACH TO EMILYO.

Presented by: major Vlasta Zekulić, PhD CROATIAN APPROACH TO EMILYO AGENDA PART I: CROATIAN DEFENSE ACADEMY HISTORY INTERNATIONALIZATION WAY AHEAD PART/the year Current vs. new Croatian cadet program CURRENT  Civil-military model  Live as a soldier, study as the civilan  Succes rate cca 55%  Too many universities, faculties and programs  Hard to focus military training and leadership skills development NEW  Full military lifestyle with ability to gain civilian degrees  Importing civilian curriculums /


Engr Michaelyn M Ledda Training Manager, Convergys RELEVANCE OF COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR TODAY’S ENGINEERS.

to the role applied for SCENARIO 2: USING LIFE CYCLE AS A HIRING MANAGER CRITICAL CONSIDERATIONS -Self-awareness (application of scenario 1) -Facilitation skills -Emotional intelligence -Feedback and coaching skills -Proficiency in economics SCENARIO 3: YOUR ROLE IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN CRITICAL CONSIDERATIONS -Cross-cultural awareness -Minimal use of department-specific jargon during presentation -Revenue-driven philosophy on initiatives WHAT CAN I DO TODAY/


Developing Creative & Critical Thinking Skills Presented by Debra Bell www.debrabell.com.

Developing Creative & Critical Thinking Skills Presented by Debra Bell www.debrabell.com Bloom’s Taxonomy 1956  Knowledge or Memorization  Understanding or Comprehension  Use or /Usefulness Problem-solving Decision-making Invention The Active Learner  Comes to the learning experience with questions in mind  Strategizes  Learns with a pencil in hand  Has organizational skills  Learns independently Strategies That Develop Thinking  1. Teach Your Child To Ask Questions  2. Analyze Your Resources  3. /


FUNdamental Movement Skills Workshop Health Promotion Service.

3 – 5 years of age everyday to at least 90% of children Practice 11 – Site has a written physical activity policy Practice 13: Site provides health information to families within the past 12 months, or it has been available. Stability skills Locomotor skills Manipulative skills Fundamental Movement Skills ECECSPrimary Schools STATIONARY DRIBBLESTATIC BALANCE RUNSPRINT RUN JUMPVERTICAL JUMP CATCH HOP SIDE-SLIDINGSIDE GALLOP GALLOPINGSKIP OVERARM THROW/


Presentation Sample of PowerPoint Skills. MS Office Skill Set PowerPointWordExcelVisioOutlook 2.

Presentation Sample of PowerPoint Skills MS Office Skill Set PowerPointWordExcelVisioOutlook 2 Details can be changed to meet any criteria (font sizes, colors, graph type, legend, axis, etc.). 3/.com www.carefusion.com  Hyperlinks are active in slideshow mode, but not in edit mode 8  When building a PPT presentation, main points should be listed, not too many details. ◦ While making presentation, the audience shouldn’t feel like they are being “read to”...list the main ideas then take your time to/


Presentation skills Identify what makes an effective presentation Practise individual presentation skills and receive feedback from each other Demonstrate.

Identify what makes an effective presentation Practise individual presentation skills and receive feedback from each other Demonstrate how active listening improves clarity of communication Giving effective feedback Balanced - praise and/with this person? Give the information needed for the listener to take action Concise: stick to the point and keep it brief Concrete: a clear picture of what youre saying Correct: when your communication is correct, it fits your audience and is error-free Feedback based on /


What do managers need to develop?. Intrapersonal Skills Interpersonal Skills Leadership Skills Business Skills Key Skills/Competencies.

managers need to develop? Intrapersonal Skills Interpersonal Skills Leadership Skills Business Skills Key Skills/Competencies Simulations/Role plays Self Awareness Inventories Readings How Competencies are Learned Intrapersonal Skills Interpersonal Skills Leadership Skills Business Skills Define learning Types of Learning –Acquire a new/enhanced mental model –/(posted on website) Individual 3 min Oral Presentation –Worth 20% –Requirements covered in separate class (posted on website) Methods of Evaluation


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