Workplace incivility refers to behaviors that are rude, disrespectful, discourteous, or insensitive, where the intent to harm is ambiguous or unclear and the insensitive behaviors that display a lack of regard for others.
We’ll begin by helping you ensure that your data is in the right shape to create a pivot table. This is the place most people stop on their journey. Some of the fixes are so simple you’ll be amazed. Then, onto actually creating pivot tables, understanding how they are connected and how they interact with the source data from which they are created. From there, you’ll learn how to activate features like GETPIVOTDATA functions, charts, graphs, calculated fields, filtering and sorting, and more!
We’ll begin by showing you how and why you should begin every presentation with an outline. The outline then becomes the framework of the presentation itself. Then we cover how to create and apply Microsoft Themes to get the precise look and feel that represents your organization’s identity. You’ll see how to take your current company presentation template and turn it into a theme that can be repurposed all throughout Microsoft Office. You will finally understand how to leverage the Slide Master to create multiple slide layouts that are consistent from presentation to presentation. With a firm grasp of Slide Masters, the days of tweaking individual slides for formatting will finally be over. From there we discuss how to enhance and add content to get your ideas across as optimally as possible, why bullet points aren’t always the best idea, and how to apply animation purposefully. Finally we look at how to deal with specific types of content like photos, charts, and diagrams.
Most users don’t even scratch the surface of what Microsoft Outlook can do to help them get and stay organized. Learn valuable tools and techniques to get your Outlook inbox in shape. Keeping too many e-mails not only makes it difficult to find what you’re looking for, but can also expose your organization to risks. This webinar will cover key techniques to manage your inbox and stay in compliance with data security and record retention policies and regulations. You will see the whole tool box at your disposal. From categories to rules and follow-up flags to folders, you’ll know how to design an email message management system that works for you and works the way you work. This session will be applicable to all versions of Outlook from Office 2010 through Office 2019/Office 365 desktop. If you are primarily using Outlook Online, you’ll still find this session useful, as many of the tools have Outlook Online equivalents.
We begin with the secrets the pros use to navigate around large documents. Then we’ll show you the right way to approach the project that eliminates errors and rework later. See how styles can save you steps later on in the process when you’re adding tables of contents and other references. See how setting up your document for success can withstand even the most meddling contributors when it comes to format. Discover the secrets of headers and footers and how they can move and change as your documents move and change. We’ll walk through the various ways to make some quick over all changes to look and feel without tedious, repetitive find and fix maneuvers. You’ll learn how to use your intelligence to generate great content, not wrangle it into shape to create a great looking report.
Specific guidance on federal laws, postings, documentation and employee expectations. Understand policies and procedures and proper communication. As laws evolve, so to should your organization. Department of Transportation and federal legislation that can have an impact.