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Top personal development authors

Posted by on April 13, 2017 – 02:33 am

Top personal development authors

While I was traveling home Monday, my team updated our list of the 40 most popular personal development speakers and authors. Here is the latest and greatest list of popular motivational speakers and authors: Source: Based on Alexa.com Ranking Averages for September, October and November, 2009. Alexa.com ranks all websites on the Internet… An Alexa rank of 1 would be the #1 most popular website, 2 would be the 2nd, etc. The criteria to be put on this list is simple… you must be a speaker AND an author with a published book. Let me know in the comments…

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Counselling skills personal development

Posted by on April 7, 2017 – 02:23 am

Counselling skills personal development

Is your New Year’s resolution to change career or progress in your current role by up-skilling? If the answer’s ‘yes’ then now is the time to enrol for a course at Griffith College – there’s plenty of choice to suit a wide range of interests and career objectives … Personal Development, First Aid & Counselling Courses Starting January – March 2015 Working full time? Why not consider one of the part-time evening or weekend personal development courses listed below? Find out more about our wide range of short courses in Fashion, Design and…

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Personal Assistant development opportunities

Posted by on April 1, 2017 – 02:14 am

Personal Assistant development opportunities

Kevin Lewis has always looked after his older brother Richard, who has cerebral palsy. Helping with his day-to-day needs was just part of normal family life. But six years ago, Lewis s caring role changed when he became a personal assistant – one of a team employed directly by his brother to provide 24-hour bespoke care. I was born into caring. I just mucked in. It s something I have always done but I hadn t seen it as a career path,says 33-year-old Lewis, who lives in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire. He became a personal assistant when he was between…

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Personal development plan in social work

Posted by on March 29, 2017 – 01:59 am

Personal development plan in social work

Viewers recognised how challenging a social work career is (Image Broker/Rex, posed by model) Community Care’s investigation into the recruitment and retention of newly qualified social workers across the UK suggests the majority of local authorities in England have now rolled out the assessed and supported year in employment (ASYE). Here is an at-a-glance guide to the ASYE and equivalent schemes or approaches across Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Introduced in September 2012, the ASYE is a one-year programme aimed at supporting and developing…

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Engineering personal development hours

Posted by on March 14, 2017 – 01:19 am

Engineering personal development hours

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) helps you maintain up-to-date technical skills and knowledge of processes, technology and legislation. It also enables you to attain and maintain your Chartered Status. Objective CPD activities are designed to extend or update your knowledge, skill or judgement in your area(s) of practice, and enable you to: Maintain technical competence Retain and enhance effectiveness in the workplace Be able to help, influence and lead others by example Successfully deal with changes in your career Better serve the community…

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What is personal development at Work?

Posted by on March 8, 2017 – 01:09 am

What is personal development at Work?

A well-thought-out plan provides your employees with opportunities and clear direction on how to increase their skills and advance their careers. And with a more expanded skill set, they have more tools to help your business forge ahead. It s a win-win for you and your staff. But an employee development plan or program shouldn’t be created off the cuff. Follow these steps to help make sure your employees development plans are on point. Step 1: Consider your business goals Before you set objectives for employees, you should try to align their development…

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Personal social development Level 1

Posted by on March 5, 2017 – 01:01 am

Personal social development Level 1

Who is it for? The NCFE Award and Certificate in Personal and Social Development are ideal to support learners who would like to develop their personal and social skills to prepare them for independence and working life. They will be particularly valuable to anyone who wishes to seek, gain and retain employment, or progress to further learning. They are also relevant for learners with mild learning difficulties and/or disabilities. course outline These qualifications are designed to help learners recognise a range of skills for their own personal…

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