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Free webinar on using a projectised approach to your day-to-day operations for better performance at work

Issued by: GetSmarter | 3 Apr 2014 07:49
Our career success is dependent on our performance at work. So how do you out-perform your peers and truly take your career to the next level?
Ensuring that every piece of work you manage is of top-notch quality, delivered on time, and is communicated effectively will make you a respected team member who is always one step ahead of the rest.

Attend a free webinar on introducing a projectised approach to your daily operations, presented by project manager, mentor and Course Instructor for the UCT Project Management Foundations and the UCT Advanced Project Management short course, Brent Combrink.

Date: 9 April

Time: 11am

Duration: 45 minutes

Cost: Free

Register now

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