A couple of days ago, I decided to introduce some fun things to our “work”. Not sure which will come first—the fun things or telling people about them—but, in either case, it’d surely make our firm a better place to work. As I often tell my people, “work” is meant to be fun!
“So… what’s in it for me to read this blog?” you might ask.
Well, the truth is that you don’t have to read any of this stuff. But you might want to read our posts if you want to gain access to some valuable content.
For instance, we’ll start adding CPHQ exam sample/practice questions to the site next week. We’ll make a random selection of these questions available online—for free—next week. (Yes, another freebie on the way…)
Here’s a sample quiz to give you a feel of the quality and format of our online CPHQ exam practice questions.
This is what you have to do: If (and only if) you leave a comment below or at the end of any other article on this site, you will get at least 5 questions at no cost. As long as it isn’t non-sense, offensive, or spam, we’ll e-mail a special link to 5 questions as soon as they become available next week. We’ll give away up to 10 CPHQ exam sample questions if the comments are outstanding. By adding your comments, we can all learn from the conversation.
We really hate spam, so you can be certain we won’t be spamming you. To be sure, you only need to leave your name (a real one would be nice), your e-mail address (never to be seen by other readers or shared with third parties) and your comment. One comment for 5–10 questions. A fair deal, I think.
And here’s a bonus. Each comment you post on the site will give you an entry to a lucky draw for our Online CPHQ Training Course—all 15 weeks of training!—scheduled to kickoff on 1 December 2010. More comments = more entries, and therefore a better chance of winning. The cost of the training hasn’t been fixed yet, but we think it will be around US$300. So that’s at least US$300 worth of training up for grabs!
Here’s to your CPHQ exam success!
Andy Teh, CPHQ
Teh & Associates