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  • 141 Request Info

    MVP Training: Recruiting & Retention

    MVP Seminars LLC, is a leading nationwide provider of business training seminars, consulting professionals & exceptional coaches, with quality academic backgrounds. Please call 510-558-3495.
  • 142 Request Info

    Contagious Culture: How to Transform Those You Lead and Give Them What They Need

    With Contagious Culture™, quickly engage employees and leaders to become teamwork focused and more results-oriented, creating the kind of culture you’re organization needs to produce results. At the completion of this course, you will be able to: Implement communication styles that reduce the friction between managers and employees Identify and address dangerous employee mindsets Determine and resolve the primary root of your culture problem and make a shift
  • 143 Request Info

    Make Difficult People Disappear: How to Reduce Stressful Behavior and Eliminate Conflict

    Go beyond just dealing with difficult people. In this session, based on the popular book by the same title, gain the 10 steps for changing your approach and reducing stress, while creating far greater acceptance, tolerance, and productivity. You will be able to:Motivate themselves and others Improve how they see, label and work with others Increase and apply emotional intelligence skills
  • 144 Request Info

    Transition From Buddy to Boss

    Transition from Buddy to Boss™ is for new managers who’ve been promoted, but perhaps not prepared. Help them swiftly move from former peer to partner without the challenges, conflict, or confusion and by developing awareness, leadership skills, and a plan.After this course, you will be able to:Approach their new role with skill and confidenceDevelop existing team members and former peersClarify their expectations, coach, develop assess and plan with the team
  • 145 Request Info

    Six Savvy Ways to Say No

    We’ve all been asked to do something we’d just rather not do, but sometimes it’s hard to utter that two letter word: NO. How DO you say it without creating more damage control? How DO you decline and still stay on the list for a “next time”? Whether you struggle saying no socially, or you need to stop taking on so much at work, this webinar provides you six savvy and face saving ways to say no and still be liked and gracefully decline so you’re kept in the promotion line.
  • 146 Request Info

    Gettig Ahead By Getting Along: People Skills For The Workplace

  • 147 Request Info

    MBTI® Certification

    Learn how to grow your career by getting MBTI Certification from the exclusive provider - The Myers & Briggs Foundation, continuing the pioneering work of Isabel Briggs Myers, the author of the MBTI assessment.
  • 148 Request Info

    Help Employees Thrive While Doing More With Less

    In practical terms Doing More With Less means that many people in your organization may find themselves overwhelmed. Yet, more than ever, you depend on these employees. Training gives them the tools they need not just to survive, but to thrive.
  • 149 Request Info

    How to Hire and Interview Winners

    This seminar was originally designed and developed for the United States Air force Intelligence Personnel and is now available for you and your organization.
  • 150 Request Info

    The Zorro Circle

    Too many unread emails, multitasking & impossible deadlines can hijack your brain’s ability to function productively. In, The Zorro Circle, Shawn Achor will show you a few simple, daily tasks that will help you reduce stress & increase productivity.
  • 151 Request Info

    Conducting Effective Interviews

    Unfortunately, many hiring managers and human resource professionals will burn time and energy interviewing without any specific training. The frequent and costly result is that the new hire struggles and the organization fails to meet or exceed its goals. This Exec-Comm program gives recruiters, managers and executives a proven step-by-step process they can use to ensure successful hiring decisions.
  • 152 Request Info

    Acclaimed Author Susan SilverPresents Popular Productivity & Organization Programs:

    Organized to Be Your Best! Let's Talk Shop! Improving Quality at Work Positively Organized!® Customer Service Positively Organized!® Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, & Decision Making Positively Organized!® Project Management
  • 153 Request Info

    Fundamentals of Requirements Elicitation

    This course is a high-level overview of the entire Requirements Elicitation Process. It introduces the learner to all the steps in the process, along with terminology, modeling tools and techniques. Imagine being able to walk into any business area and be able to elicit your client’ business requirements, completely, accurately & consistently, regardless of the amount of experience you have in that subject area, regardless of the years of IT experience or your education level. Imagine being able to communicate with your clients in business terms and language that they understand and relate to using non-threatening, non-technical techniques. And perhaps most important of all, imagine being able to obtain their agreement that what you are modeling is truly what they want and need, immediately securing their buy-in. That’s what this course is all about.
  • 154 Request Info

    Determining a Project's Objectives

    This is one in a series of courses that focus on the phases of The Requirements Discovery Process. This course is intended to take the participant through a process of discovering, describing and documenting your client’s business objectives. Establishing high quality objectives is essential to the success of your project. If you don’t set specific, measurable, achievable, results oriented and time-bounded objectives, how will you ever determine the success of your project? On the surface, setting project objectives seems to be a straight-forward exercise - one that is often taken for granted, overlooked or simply ignored. Establishing high-quality objectives is an essential component to the success of your project. If you do not set specific, measurable, achievable, results-oriented and time-bounded objectives, how will you know if your project is successful? This course is intended to help you do just this.
  • 155 Request Info

    Describing Business Processes

    The descriptions of key business processes that you create during this phase of your project provide the context for all work that follows. For the requirements team, breaking the system into activities helps to focus discussions on smaller areas. For your business partners, it is easy to achieve consensus and buy-in at an activity level. For the project manager, organizing the system into activities allows the project manager to identify cohesive work packages. The detail gathered at this stage enhances the product description and confirms the project scope. For the design team, this discussion of business process at an activity level ensures the integration of the functional and data requirements and provides the basis for the software system specifications. And finally, for testers, activity descriptions provide the basis for meaningful test scripts that reflect actual business usage.
  • 156 Request Info

    Determining a Project's Scope

    This course is intended to take the participant through a process of describing and documenting the scope of your project. Scope defines what is, and is not, part of our system. The course teaches techniques to identify the in and out-of-scope business activities, objects, interfaces and variations as a fundamental first step to scoping the product functionality. Elicitation methods are covered that involve subject matter experts and representatives from other systems and departments. The discussion of scope also introduces the project team to methods of modeling the high-level scope and ensuring an appropriate level of detail is specified that will enable a fast and accurate start to a project. And we’ll be applying best practices along the way so that your definition of scope will contribute to the definition of business requirements that conform to industry best practices standard deliverables.
  • 157 Request Info

    Determining Information Requirements

    This is one in a series of courses that focus on the phases of The Requirements Discovery Process. This course is intended to take the participant through a process of describing and documenting business information or data needs for your project, regardless of the corporate system development methodology, or technical platform implementation. For those who are relatively new to data modeling concepts, we have simplified the rules of normalization and business rules that give you a jump-start on your next project. If you are more experienced in data modeling, you will see the ease of obtaining the object definition, relationships, cardinality and modality from your clients which enable you to build a solid conceptual data model, based on true business needs. Additionally, you'll have the context for data usage for each business process. And we'll be applying best practices along the way so that the resulting requirements you specify will conform to industry best practices.
  • 158 Request Info

    Determining Functional Business Requirements

    This is one in a series of courses that focus on the phases of The Requirements Discovery Process. This course is intended to take the participant through a process of discovering, describing and documenting your client's business requirements completely, accurately and consistently regardless of your subsequent system development efforts. This means that whether you are specifying these requirements for a web-enabled application, object-oriented, client-server, legacy system or a combination, true functional business requirements are independent of technology. This is beneficial because you won't need to go back and change the business requirements as the technology changes (which is often). And we'll be applying best practices along the way so that the resulting business requirements you specify will conform to industry best practices in this particular area.
  • 159 Request Info

    Documenting Requirements Meetings

    This course is intended to take the participant through the aspects of capturing and documenting Business Requirements completely, accurately and consistently regardless of your subsequent system development efforts. In fact, the skills that you will learn in this course can be used to capture discussions that are completely unrelated to developing systems. Whether you are an experienced analyst, or new to the field, at the end of this course you will be able to: walk into any requirements meeting and synthesize the information from your subject matter experts and document their true business requirements in the context of how they are needed; compose business requirements that are clear, concise, complete and unambiguous that any developer or client and others can understand and use; and organize and package the requirements in a deliverable or work product quickly and use it as the source for subsequent development, RFP or build/buy decisions.
  • 160 Request Info

    Eliciting Data Warehouse Requirements

    Industry gurus such as Inmon and Kimball have recognized that the models and methods to design a Data Warehouse are unique and different than traditional data modeling practices. This course covers the How-To's of performing quality business requirements analysis for data warehousing projects. Identify, validate and document your Client's Requirements for a Data Warehouse, Data Mart or Decision Support System with confidence Ensure that raw business data harvested from legacy transaction processing systems and other data sources is transformed into powerful Business Intelligence Learn the latest practical techniques & best practices for specifying DW systems Work directly and interactively with business clients in defining project requirements Finally, there exists proven and practical techniques - which can be easily applied to your DW projects - to gather and prepare quality specifications for Data Warehouses, Data Marts and Decision Support Systems.