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Active Listening
(22 Minutes)
Team members are always more willing to actively participate and invest their time and energy when they feel their voice is being heard and their opinion is being taken in to consideration. Active Listening is a method of effective communication where the listener focuses on what is being said by the speaker and shows attention using verbal and nonverbal communication cues.
Basic Math in Excel
(11 Minutes)
Using basic math functions to manipulate your data is one of the features that makes Excel so powerful.
Basics of Document Libraries in SharePoint
(24 Minutes)
After you create a library, you can customize it in several ways. For example, you can control how documents are viewed, managed, and created. Or, you can track versions, including how many and which type of versions. You can even create custom views, forms, and workflows to make your projects and business processes go much smoother.
Collaborating with Others in Excel
(23 Minutes)
Working with others on a single workbook can quickly become unmanageable, resulting in multiple files and e-mail messages containing recommended changes which must be manually entered. Instead, click a button to track editions made by each person, merge them all into one workbook, then decide which changes to accept and reject. Send worksheet data to others in the body of an e-mail message, and password-protect your workbook for added security.
Conditional Formatting
(13 Minutes)
Conditional formatting helps users to quickly focus on important aspects of a spreadsheet or to highlight errors and to identify important patterns in data.
Create a Macro in Excel
(11 Minutes)
Instead of repeatedly performing routine and/or complex tasks, let Excel remember them for you so they can be carried out with a click or a keystroke – then store them on your Quick Access toolbar for easy access.
Create Lookup Formulas In Excel
(23 Minutes)
When you want to pull information from a table, the Excel VLOOKUP function is a typical solution. Its ability to dynamically lookup and retrieve information from a table is a game-changer for many users, so you'll find it everywhere.
Creating Logical Formulas in Excel
(13 Minutes)
A formula is statement written by the user to be calculated. Formulas can be simple or complex. A formula can contain values, references to cells, defined names, and functions. Excel is very flexible in the way that these logical operators can be used. For example, you can use them to compare two cells, or compare the results of one or more formulas.
Customizing the Excel Environment
(22 Minutes)
Customize the settings in Excel to create a personalized environment with interface options that you need to easily access.
Datasets in a Table in Excel
(36 Minutes)
Learn to sort data to quickly organize your data and to find the data that you want. Learn to filter data to display only the rows that meet criteria that you specify and hide rows that you do not want displayed, for one or more columns of data.
DISC Behavioral Styles
(42 Minutes)
Effective communication starts with understanding our own behavioral style, being able to understand others’ styles and being flexible to adapt. In this webinar, time will be spent determining your own strengths, identifying others’ styles.
Edit a Macro
(26 Minutes)
Taking a look at the programming code used in a macro (either ones you have recorded or macros created by others) is a great way to help you understand how the macro is put together and how it works. You can do this examination, and make changes to your macros, by editing them.
Excel Power Pivot Demo
(13 Minutes)
Pivot tables are one of Excel's most powerful features. Use Pivot Tables to summarize large amounts of data. This is a good way to quickly see all the values that appear in a field and also find typos, and other inconsistencies.
Excel VBA Creating a Code from Scratch
(23 Minutes)
Practice creating procedures from scratch in the visual basic editor. We will walk through creating a procedure in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Excel VBA Making Decisions in Your Code
(15 Minutes)
Computers behave intelligently in large part because programming languages include commands that test conditions, then brank to appropriate code based on the results of that test.
Exporting and importing Data in Excel
(16 Minutes)
Export and import data from other sources in to Excel to share your information with other people and include data from other sources.
Facilitate Difficult Meetings
(38 Minutes)
Difficult meetings are unavoidable, especially for those in a leadership position. But developing the proper facilitation skills to navigate through the meeting can make all the difference in the world.
Filtering Data in Excel
(12 Minutes)
Filtering data in Excel lets you take large sets of data and filter down to just the individual records you need. It saves time, and allows you to gather very specific data from large data sets.
Formatting in Excel
(88 Minutes)
Most Excel users know how to apply basic numeric and text formats. But users who push beyond the basics will create more readable and effective sheets. In addition, knowing how to apply just the right formatting to specific cells quickly and easily helps users work more efficiently.
Formulas in Excel
(30 Minutes)
When you enter a formula in a table column, Excel creates a calculated column. This column uses a single formula that’s automatically extended to additional rows in the column and adjusted for each row. You just enter a formula once, and Excel immediately fills it down to create the calculated column—there’s no need to use the Fill or Copy command.
Formulas in Excel
(30 Minutes)
When you enter a formula in a table column, Excel creates a calculated column. This column uses a single formula that’s automatically extended to additional rows in the column and adjusted for each row. You just enter a formula once, and Excel immediately fills it down to create the calculated column—there’s no need to use the Fill or Copy command.
Getting Started and Creating a Site in SharePoint
(29 Minutes)
Learn what features should be enabled to make the most of your SharePoint site.
Importing Data and Data Validation in Excel
(0 Minutes)
Create a form in Excel that pulls data from a database.
Integrating Microsoft Office Files in PowerPoint
(49 Minutes)
Learn to create a presentation based on a Word outline and insert content from a Word document and Excel spreadsheet. Learn to create hyperlinks to external files.
Mixed Chart Types in Excel
(17 Minutes)
Mixed type or combo (combination) charts combine two styles of charts, such as Excel’s column chart and line chart. This format can be helpful for displaying two different types of information or a range of values that varies greatly.
Organizing and Analyzing Data in a Table in Excel
(36 Minutes)
Sort criteria for an Excel table are saved with the workbook so that you can reapply the sort to that table each time that you open the workbook.
Organizing Datasets in Excel
(31 Minutes)
Learn to sort data to quickly organize your data and to find the data that you want. Learn to filter data to display only the rows that meet criteria that you specify and hide rows that you do not want displayed, for one or more columns of data.
Pivot Tables in Excel
(11 Minutes)
Learn how PivotTables allow you to quickly summarize all your data in just a few clicks.
Querying a Database in Access
(0 Minutes)
In this lesson, you will see how queries enable you to create reusable instructions that perform complex operations on dynamic table data lightning fast and precisely the same way each time. Queries also provide the added benefit of enabling you to join data from multiple tables on the fly.
Slide Master in PowerPoint
(55 Minutes)
Slide masters are designed to help you create great looking presentations in less time, without a lot of effort. When you want all your slides to contain the same fonts and images (such as logos), you can make those changes to the Slide Master, and they'll be applied to all your slides.
Sorting and Filtering in Excel
(11 Minutes)
You can quickly organize the data to best suit your needs using Excel’s sort and filter features.
StrengthsFinder 2.0
(44 Minutes)
Maximize Your Personal Leadership Power and Team Strengths with StrengthsFinder 2.0.
Time Management
(15 Minutes)
Learn how planning can increase your time management efforts.
TKI Five Modes of Conflict
(17 Minutes)
Because no two people handle are the same, there is not a single method for handling conflict. As a leader, you must be able to assess the situation and handle the type of conflict with the type of people accordingly. TKI provides the skills needed to determine most appropriate approach and method of resolution for each conflict.
Transition to Excel 2016
(8 Minutes)
Learn the newest features and functions in Excel 2016.
Transition to Word 2016
(11 Minutes)
Learn the newest features of Word 2016.
Working in Multiple Worksheets
(9 Minutes)
Use multiple worksheets in Excel when working with a large amount of data so it is better organized and easier to find content.
Working with Charts
(92 Minutes)
Discover how to work with charts and graphs in Excel, and visualize your data in a new way.
Working with Macros in Excel
(72 Minutes)
Macros allow you to replay a series of events, such as keystrokes or mouse clicks to save time in Excel.
Working with Tables in Excel
(27 Minutes)
To make managing and analyzing a group of related data easier, you can turn a range of cells into a Microsoft Office Excel table (previously known as an Excel list). A table typically contains related data in a series of worksheet rows and columns that have been formatted as a table. By using the table features, you can then manage the data in the table rows and columns independently from the data in other rows and columns on the worksheet.
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