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University of Phoenix (Bus Management)
I have a solid background in human resources, specifically in compensation, for multiple Fortune 500 companies. I teach intermediate and advanced Excel for the organizations I work for and have a reputation for providing a wealth of information in an easy to understand manner. I provide process guides and how- to's, in addition to "lunch n learn's". I love finding ways to automate tasks or simply complete tasks faster utilizing Excel.
I really enjoy teaching Excel as it has made my work much easier and has given me the ability to complete it faster. I am passionate about teaching others this skill as it can be used for multiple initiatives. Whether it be crunching numbers or standardizing a form, Excel is a very valuable tool that most can use. It is a highly desired skill-set for most Human Resources professionals (especially in Compensation) and increases your competitiveness in the market. My goal is for you will walk away from these tutoring sessions feeling accomplished with resources to reference in the future.
I have the ability to deliver the training in a highly understandable manner using relatable real-life examples.
I encourage you to consider the abilities of Excel and consider how this tool may be useful to you in the future. In addition, take into consideration how much more competitive you can be in the job market with this skill-set.
Get ready to Excel-erate your data with this skill! I have a solid background in human resources, specifically in compensation, for multiple Fortune 500 companies. I teach intermediate and advanced Excel for the organizations I work for and have a reputation for providing a wealth of information in an easy to understand manner. I provide process
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