Mr Garegope also encouraged teamwork among employees adding that they should render services efficiently and effectively
to the public.
The Prime Minister also tasked Secretary Finance to submit recommendations for regulating trade under Pak-Afghan Transit Trade Agreement with an aim to effectively
check misuse of the Agreement.
The purpose of the Communicating Effectively
Workshop is to equip participates with a range of tools, tactics, and techniques that will help them to communicate more effectively
with clients and colleagues, making their communication more impactful, persuasive, and confident.
Both use mineral fibre to effectively
wrap a blanket around a home.
If so, how does the PM effectively
manage the change?
Even as earlier plantation fiction, plays, and minstrel shows effectively
drew on mass nostalgia, Charleston's efforts, he demonstrates convincingly, "helped to anchor this mythic South in a real place." (184) Taking advantage of automotive touring and the regional "good-roads" campaign, Charleston boosters combined construction of the Francis Marion Hotel with a host of supporting initiatives.
"We developed the new Pro-Series towels to effectively
work with the most commonly used sanitizers and disinfectants so that these solutions can effectively
do their jobs at their full strength, assuring health and safety standards are met in many environments."
"While NCB enjoys a highly loyal customer base, we wanted to more effectively
articulate the multifaceted financial services we can provide.
Of course, PowerPoint can be used effectively
and benefit learners, but that is rarely the case in practice.
"This has led to a steady improvement in teaching, effectively
under-pinned by a better system for tracking the students' progress.
These data assets are usually not documented at a companywide level, and are often effectively
invisible to anyone but their individual "owners." These assets are typically held in reports and forms on individual employees' desktops, desktop databases and spreadsheets.
Furthermore, we found that doctors who consistently and effectively
held these five crucial conversations reported higher satisfaction in their relationships with hospital staff, better quality of care and higher productivity.