January 2024 - AdvantEdge Training & Consulting
Professional Development

The right way to deliver feedback

Giving your team feedback can be one of the most important things you do as a manager to keep them motivated and on the right track.  However, it can be a challenge to know the whens and hows of giving feedback. Here are some tips to help you get across the motivating messaging and course corrections your team members need to keep them reaching goals and owning the setbacks and successes of the team. Don’t assume that your team members know “all is good.” Even your most efficient and conscientious employee needs feedback. Everyone has doubts about their abilities and performance, as well as blind spots about where they could do better.  It is your job as their manager to be their cheerleader, as well as their coach.  Your feedback keeps them motivated, lets them know they are appreciated, and gives them direction towards reaching “the next level.” Be the manager you always wanted to have with Professional Development training from AETC.

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Word: Create a Table of Contents

Ever wonder if there is an easy way to create a Table of Contents? If you use the Styles group options to create your documents, then there is an extremely easy way to create it. The Table of Contents command, located in the References tab, uses styles to determine what should be listed in the Table of Contents. Once the document is formatted, and depending on the Table of Contents option selected, place the cursor on the page and location that you would like to have the Table of Contents populated. In most cases, this will be page 2 of the document. Click the command dropdown and select the preferred table formatting. Note that the options show which styles to use, when planning your Table of Contents. Let’s check out an example of what it looks like. Sample: Table of Contents: To update the Table of Contents, you simply click inside of table and click the Update Table command. A new dialog box will appear, asking if the whole table should be updated or only the page numbers. Any added headers will be updated in the Table of Contents. For more ways to make editing documents easier, check out AETC’s Word Training Classes.

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