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Managing Workplace Bullying - Managers & Supervisors
Bullyology Upstander Academy
1 hr 30 mins
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Course OverviewBullyology: Managing Workplace Bullying is a comprehensive award designed to give managers the skills, strategies and information they need to prevent bullying in work environments, understand its causes and effects and efficiently deal with it when it occurs.Complete parts 1 to 5 for full award.Target AudienceManagers & SupervisorsLearning ObjectivesTo understand current definitions of workplace bullying, harassment and discrimination and also recognise what does not constitute bullying in the workplace.To be familiar with the two main types of typical bullying behaviours: direct (personal attacks) and indirect (task-related behaviours)To identify why bullying happens and the types of work environments in which it can flourishTo examine the motivations of bullies and how they choose their targetsTo be aware of the emotional/physical damage caused by workplace bullyingTo recognise the types of high-risk leadership, management and communication styles that might lead to an increase in workplace bullyingTo learn how to respond to employee bullying/harassment complaints quickly, assertively and with an appropriate level of supportTo understand how managers can become positive role models for workplace behaviourTo understand the legal, financial, health, reputation and productivity ramifications of failing to address bullying in the workplaceTo understand the increased worker’s compensation costs associated with bullying/mental health/stress-related issuesTo appreciate the key role that workplace leadership and organisational culture play in the prevention of bullyingTo understand the phenomenon of ‘presenteeism’, its relationship to bullying and its crippling effect on workplace productivityTo understand what an ‘upstander’ is, why they’re such an effective workplace bullying deterrent and how everyone (including managers) can become oneTo explore some common myths and misconceptions about bullying – and how these often prevent us from tackling the problem effectivelyHow to provide the right information to those affected by workplace bullying so they know where to go for helpTo recognise the importance of a clear, thoughtful anti-bullying policy – and why such policies are close to useless if not enforced by strong and supportive leadership at the management level.Business OutcomesA workplace that actively promotes a positive culture and proactively handles bullying incidents is much better equipped to protect their two most valuable assets: their staff and their business reputation. Failing to address bullying loses money, wastes time and alienates employees.This course will help your business to:Create a mutually respectful and professional workplaceBoost staff productivity and engagementSave time by streamlining the way you deal with bullying incidentsAddress negative behaviours fairly and supportivelyHelp management handle complex bullying situations more efficientlyCreate a more positive organisational culture where everyone feels valuedEnsure your managers are aware of (and comply with) laws applicable to workplace anti-discrimination, bullying and harassmentHelp your business establish a reputation as a fair employer that attracts (and keeps) top talent and cares about the health and well-being of its employees.
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Project Management Skills #2 - Tracking Progress Using EVA
Gardeners Not Mechanics
2 hrs
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Course Overview How to use Earned Value Analysis to track progress and communicate it clearly with one picture After completing this course, you will be able to create a single diagram for your project or program that describes: Performance against schedule Actual cost versus budget Outlook for the remainder of the project Instead of presenting your sponsor and steering committee with a complicated mixture of milestone charts, spreadsheets, Gantt's and PERT's, you can give them one single picture whose meaning is understood in seconds. It's what they care about...THE BIG PICTURE.  I've been using Earned Value Analysis (EVA) for over 20 years with projects of all sizes and complexity (Waterfall, Agile and Lean) and I can guarantee that from my experience, it is the best way to track and communicate project status. In this course, I take you step-by-step through the process of creating an EVA diagram, using a very simple example. But although the example is simple, it will teach you all of the principles you need to understand to use EVA for complex projects and even programs.  The course is delivered in a series of short videos, each one with a downloadable spreadsheet that show you how I worked through the example myslef. In addition, I have included a video that discusses how Earned Value Analysis can be applied to Agile and Lean projects. I have also included some bonus videos from my Udemy Lean Project Management course that are not part of the EVA core course but explain some ideas and concepts that  I mention during the videos and that I think may  be of interest to you. In my experience, a lot of people are put off using EVA because textbooks describe it using a set of barely comprehensible formulae and ratios. But the power of EVA is pictorial and that's they way you will learn it. Towards of the course is jargon buster video, just in case you need to know the "correct" formulae and ratios to quote in a professional examination. To find out more about this course, I encourage you to watch the free introductory video which is available free. If you like what you see then sign up and take advantage of the 30-day, no questions asked, money back guarantee. Gain your sponsor and steering committees confidence by joining me inside and starting to learn right now.   Who this course is for Target student is anyone managing a project who wants to track and communicate progress quickly and easily   Learning Objectives After completing this course, students will be able to create a single diagram for that describes project performance against schedule, actual cost versus budget and outlook for the remainder of the project
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Project Management Skills #1 - Financial Appraisal with NPV
Gardeners Not Mechanics
1 hr
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Course Overview How to decide whether your project is worth doing from a financial perspective If a project costs $1.2 million in year 1 and generates revenue of $400,000 in each subsequent year, how many years does it take to break even? If you answered 5 years (including year 1) then you probably need to take this course because it's likely that this project loses money over that five year period.  The problem with break-even analysis and Return on Investment (ROI) calculation is that they usually ignore the fact that $1,000 in one year's time is not equivalent to the same amount today, That's because the money could be invested in a different way, brining interest rates into play. the only sound way to determine whether a project is financially viable, is by calculating the project's Net Present Value. This project will teach you: Why Future Value does not equate to Present Value. How to Calculate Present Value. How to calculate Net Present Value across a number of year. Why Return on Investment, Break-even and Internal Rate of Return can be misleading What other types non-monetary value you can consider. If you already have a good grasp of Net Present Value, Discounted Cashflow or Time Value of Money then this course is not for you. If, however, any of the terms make your stomach feel queasy then this course is for you. Net Present Value is one of this things that is obvious when you understand but baffling until that moment when the "penny drops". This course aims to get that penny to drop for you. Net Present Value is explained in 4 short, core videos (not including introductory and summary videos) using examples and exercises. Each exercise has a downloadable spreadsheet, containing the calculations to get the answers. In addition, there 2 additional optional videos, one covering Internal Rate of Return and Return on Investment, and another video on the treatment of inflation. And there are a further two bonus videos, taken from my Lean Project Management course, that discuss non-financial types of value and the role of emotion in value.   Who this course is for: For those who are starting out on their Project Management journey and currently steer clear of financial matters. For project managers who are not confident about how projects should be justified financially. For business owners, without financial skills, who need to determine if a project is worth doing. It is not for anyone who already knows how to calculate Net Present Value.   Learning Objectives Decide whether a project is financial viable by calculating Net Present Value. Evaluate the key assumptions that underly the calculation and hence business case. Challenge Return on Investment (ROI) and Internal Rate of Return (IRR) calculation.
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Python for Finance: Investment Fundamentals and Data Analytics
365 Careers
14 hrs
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Course OverviewDo you want to learn how to use Python in a working environment? Are you a young professional interested in a career in Data Science? Would you like to explore how Python can be applied in the world of Finance and solve portfolio optimization problems? If so, then this is the right course for you! We are proud to present Python for Finance: Investment Fundamentals and Data Analytics – one of the most interesting and complete courses we have created so far. It took our team slightly over four months to create this course, but now, it is ready and waiting for you.   An exciting journey from A-Z. Target AudienceAspiring data scientistsProgramming beginnersPeople interested in finance and investmentsProgrammers who want to specialize in financeEveryone who wants to learn how to code and apply their skills in practiceFinance graduates and professionals who need to better apply their knowledge in Python Learning ObjectivesLearn how to code in PythonTake your career to the next levelWork with Python’s conditional statements, functions, sequences, and loopsWork with scientific packages, like NumPyUnderstand how to use the data analysis toolkit, PandasPlot graphs with MatplotlibUse Python to solve real-world tasksGet a job as a data scientist with PythonAcquire solid financial acumenCarry out in-depth investment analysisBuild investment portfoliosCalculate risk and return of individual securitiesCalculate risk and return of investment portfolios Business OutcomesPython trainingFinancial fundamentals trainingPython real-world applications
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