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Final Chance to Win £100 of Amazon Vouchers this Learning at Work Week!

The final tutorial in our Learning at Work Week Competition. Find the last clue buried in our Build Your Self-Confidence course, piece the hidden phrase together, and be in with a chance of being crowned our Learning at Work Week Champion!
  • The second tutorial in our Learning at Work Week competition series is The Importance of Empathy. Complete the course, find the clue, and be in with a chance of winning £100 of Amazon vouchers!
  • Learning at Work Week starts today, and to celebrate, we are inviting you to enter a competition to win £100 worth of Amazon vouchers. Read on to find out what you need to do...
  • Do you want to be a great leader? Management Consultants, McKinsey and Co, believe that they have found the formula for developing future leaders with their '5 Capabilities of Highly Successful Leaders.'
  • Winning the hearts and minds of the team is something that every new leader should strive to do. It is about being an authentic, approachable leader, building trust, and focusing everyone on overall team goals to ultimately deliver the best results.
  • The apostrophe is one of the most misused punctuation marks in the English language. Grammatical errors caused by the humble apostrophe are common in business writing but a few simple rules can help to overcome apostrophe uncertainty.
  • Sometimes it's easier to go with the flow than risk conflict. However, letting people walk all over you can result in unconstructive feelings of resentment and anger. Learning to stand up for yourself will help you take charge and feel in control.
  • A motivated team is a happy and productive team. Feeling motivated is key to professional satisfaction and success. Understanding motivational theories will help you self-motivate and motivate those around you.
  • 'Success is the ability to to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm' - Winston Churchill. Bouncing back from failure can be tough, but it usually offers a chance to learn, and makes subsequent successes all the more rewarding.

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