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Speed Reading Feel the Need to Speed Read!
We live in the Information Age, and it's fantastic. But it makes tough demands on our time and attention. We have to take in so many facts and figures that it's easy to feel overloaded.

Our article, Speed Reading, can help you to navigate today's information-heavy workplace quickly and accurately. Also, our tools on Reading Strategies and Critical Thinking can boost your ability to stay in the know, and get to the point, without "drowning in paperwork."

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Speed Reading Speed Reading

Discover how speed reading can enable you to recognize phrases and sentences rapidly, while maintaining a basic understanding.

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Reading Strategies Reading Strategies

Explore strategies for reading more efficiently and more intelligently.

All Readers' Skill-Builder
Developing Critical Thinking Infographic Developing Critical Thinking Infographic

Find out why adopting the right mindset is crucial for assessing information and making effective decisions.

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Overcoming Information Overload
Overcoming Information Overload

Use these tips for taking control of the flow of information in the workplace.

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Knowledge Management
Knowledge Management

Learn how to capture, store and share essential knowledge and information.

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Read Smarter
Read Smarter!

In this one-hour training session, learn how to become a faster, more efficient reader.

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Critical Thinking and the Case for Bigfoot Critical Thinking and the Case for "Bigfoot"

Mind Tools editor Ed Pearcey looks at the importance of not accepting things at "face value."
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Mistakes and What Not To Do About Them Mistakes and What Not to Do When You Make Them

Bob Little discusses why high-profile leaders often deny mistakes, and warns of the damage that this can have on their careers.
A Final Note

Being able to read quickly is a great skill to have. With practice, you can boost your reading speed and turn it into a real advantage at your workplace!

Next week, you can discover how to be a great boss, with our guide to more than 100 powerful team management tools.

Have a great week!

James sig
James Manktelow (CEO)

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