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Microsoft Office Fundamentals for Newbie Project Coordinators and Executive Assistants
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Remote work isn’t the future anymore. It is officially here and you need the fundamental skills to be considered, get hired, and do a good job.
The best way to do this is to have a no-nonsense, REALISTIC teaching of the marketable skills you need to nail an interview, get an offer, and hit the ground running when you get your new job.
There are 2 jobs in particular that pay well for entry level and do not require a lot of experience, as long you have a solid understanding of the fundamentals and a good attitude. Those are:
· Junior Project Coordinators
· Executive Assistants (legal, medical, financial, etc.)
These are jobs that companies are still hiring for, pay nicely, and look great on your resume to help build out a good career. Mind you, this is just JUNIOR-LEVEL, and
with the skill set and unspoken rules you learn in this course you can command $65,000-$75,000 in the very next role you take!
Junior Project Coordinators and Executive/Administrative Assistants need a good attitude, strong communication skills, and strong documentation skills.
LISTEN: The best way to demonstrate that you have marketable documentation skills is by being proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.
Having a good handle on Microsoft Office makes you marketable even at entry levels and
puts you ahead of the competition.
I put this course together for people who need to learn Microsoft Office from scratch and want to learn through practical video learning style. I’m not only teaching you the USEFUL fundamentals,
I’M TEACHING WHAT HIRING MANAGERS ARE LOOKING FOR BECAUSE I
As a former management consultant, business analyst, senior project manager, program manager, and vice president, who is now a technology consulting business owner with my own staff, I look for certain skills and communication styles when I make hiring decisions. This is what the Microsoft Office Fundamentals program addresses. You not only learn the skills, you learn how to communicate those skills to hiring managers and then
DO A GOOD JOB ONCE YOU GET HIRED.
This is a great program for entry level people with little to no office experience and limited job experience. You can get the program for yourself or
GIFT THIS PROGRAM TO SOMEONE YOU LOVE!
Check out our little "sneak peek" on the Exceptional Woman School YouTube page
Here’s what you’ll learn in this IMMEDIATELY downloadable program:
Why knowing Microsoft Office is So Important
How Project Coordinators and Executive Admins Use Microsoft Office
Microsoft Word Fundamentals, Shortcuts, and Best Practices
Microsoft Word Fundamentals, Shortcuts, and Best Practices (continued)
Microsoft Excel Fundamentals, Shortcuts, and Best Practices
Microsoft PowerPoint Fundamentals, Shortcuts, and Best Practices
Microsoft Outlook Fundamentals, Shortcuts, and Best Practices
Microsoft Outlook Fundamentals, Shortcuts, and Best Practices (continued)
Assertive communication practices at work: When to pick up the phone, when to email, and when to schedule an in-person meeting and WHAT TO SAY
Resume tips: Creating a resume that actually gets you an interview
Interview tips: What hiring managers are looking for
Interview tips: What hiring managers are looking for (continued)
How to start off strong your first 30 days on the job and sustain that style for the long run...
...And a LOT of unspoken rules of starting your career of right when working for an executive.
DON'T LEAVE YOUR FUTURE BEHIND YOU!
GET THIS PROGRAM TODAY.
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