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Excel: Get and Transform Data

Anne Walsh is a freelance trainer (since the mid-90s) aka as The Excel Lady. She got this name when people would look at her and say, “you, you’re the Excel Lady!”

A Mystery Artist Helps Demystify Work Life Balance

Michael Millward and Marie Walsh, the Employment Lawyers Association representative in Yorkshire, discuss a Banksy quotation that inspired her approached to work, life and volunteering.

The Challenge of Making Change Permanent

Michael Millward and Anne-Marie Waugh, the founder of Rolladome All Skate, discuss a quotation from Robert Frost and what it tells us about change.

Thinking Tips from a Pro Athlete

In this talk, Anne Bavelaar teaches what you can learn from professional athletes. You’ll also learn some easy tricks to stay focused and obtain your goals.

Work, Lifestyle Stress and Your Long-term Health

Anne Bavelaar teaches you some easy tricks to improve your physical and mental health to benefit you during your working day. She also reveals the secret and science behind her Power Breaks.

How to Create Great Reports in Excel

1 2ANNE WALSHHOW TO CREATE GREAT REPORTS IN EXCEL3How to Create Great Reports in Excel1st edition© 2020 Anne Walsh & bookboon.comISBN 978-87-403-3326-8http://bookboon.comHOW TO

Expert Talk: Living Breath to Breath

In this Expert Talk, Roxana interviews Jo-Ann Hamilton, Founder of Rare Birds Magazine, freelance writer and independent consultant on the topic of presence.

How to Create Great Reports in Word

1 2ANNE WALSHHOW TO CREATE GREAT REPORTS IN WORD3How to Create Great Reports in Word1st edition© 2020 Anne Walsh & bookboon.comISBN 978-87-403-3313-8http://bookboon.comHOW TO CREATE

How to Track Your Training Records Using Excel

12ANNE WALSHHOW TO TRACK YOUR TRAINING RECORDS USING EXCEL3How to Track your Training Records Using Excel1st edition© 2021 Anne Walsh & bookboon.comISBN 978-87-403-3666-5http://bookboon.com

Expert Talk: Defining success

We can often feel like everyone is ahead of us. But as serial entrepreneur Anne Cocquyt says, comparison is the best recipe for unhappiness. The key is to define what success looks like to YOU.