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The Possessive Apostrophe

Possessive apostrophes are used to show ownership or association, such as "Mary's book" or "Tom's dance club." Its use is the same in American and British English. However, the rules that govern its use can be somewhat complicated.

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23 April 2024

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Quote of the Week

This week's quote is about responsibility.

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21 April 2024


Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

"Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs" was one of the first theories that were triggered by the Hawthorne experiments and are often grouped together and labelled the "Behavioural Theory of Management".

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18 April 2024

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Working in Pairs

Getting everybody to work one-to-one with everyone else during a course is one of those tasks that you think should be easy to arrange, but when you try to work out the pairings, the combinations never quite seem to work.

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16 April 2024

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Quote of the Week

This week's quote is about performing one's duty.

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14 April 2024


Using Flipcharts

The flip chart is one of the most important tools for facilitating meetings and group sessions. It can be used for...

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11 April 2024

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Positive Reinforcement and Feedback

Managers have found the technique of Positive Reinforcement and Feedback to be an effective motivator of people. The basic principle behind this technique is the belief that behaviour is a result of its consequences. That is, a manager can increase the likelihood of a specific behaviour occurring by reinforcing the behaviour when it does occur. Feedback, therefore, is a powerful motivational tool.

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9 April 2024

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Quote of the Week

This week's quote is about not missing opportunities.

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7 April 2024


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