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  • Talent Development Programs: April 2014  

    Training and Development  

    Wednesday, April 9
    Title: Introduction to Cayuse: Understanding the System
    Time: 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
    Location: Resnick Campus - Price Center, Room 551
    Audience: This program is open to all University employees.
    Description: This 90 minute program, facilitated by Dr. Charles Hathaway - Director, Office of Grant Support, is designed to present the basic principles of electronic research administration with a focus on Cayuse424, the web-based grant application resource required for all University pre-award activities related to extramural funding. Thank you for registering.   Registration for this program is closed. 
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    Thursday, April 10
    Title: Introduction to Outlook 2010
    Time: 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM
    Location: Resnick Campus - Belfer Building, Room 810
    Prerequisite: Familiarity with the Windows environment.
    Description: Want to become a confident and productive user of Outlook ? Then this is the course for you. In addition to providing hands on practice, this program will: provide an overview of the components of Outlook and strategies for effectively managing your inbox, calendar and appointments. Thank you for registering.  This program is fully subscribed. Registration for this program is closed.
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    Thursday, April 24
    Title: Excellence in Client Service
    Time: 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM
    Location: Resnick Campus - Price Center, Room 257
    Audience: This program is open to all University employees.
    Description: This workshop is designed to give you the skills needed to communicate professionally, gain respect, enhance customer relationships and secure an overall competitive advantage through client service excellence.  Click here to register

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    Monday, April 28
    Title: Performance Management Program: Performance Planning and Introduction to Halogen
    Time: 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM
    Location: Wilf Campus - Belfer Hall, Room 211
    Audience: This program is open to employees included in the Performance Management Program (non-faculty and non-represented employees) regardless of position level that are responsible for rating staff.
    Description: This session is designed to provide component updates to the University’s Performance Management Program (PMP) including: an overview of and a demonstration of the new software system, Halogen. Topics covered include:strategies for preparing for performance reviews from the perspective of both the rated employee and manager; techniques for drafting goal outcomes and assessing goal outcomes; understanding and applying the rating criteria; and preparing for future managerial and staff skills development. Click here to register
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    Tuesday, April 29
    Title: Performance Management Program: Performance Planning and Introduction to Halogen
    Time: 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
    Location: Resnick Campus - Price Center, Room 351
    Audience: This program is open to employees included in the Performance Management Program (non-faculty and non-represented employees) regardless of position level that are responsible for rating staff.
    Description: This session is designed to provide component updates to the University’s Performance Management Program (PMP) including: an overview of and a demonstration of the new software system, Halogen. Topics covered include:strategies for preparing for performance reviews from the perspective of both the rated employee and manager; techniques for drafting goal outcomes and assessing goal outcomes; understanding and applying the rating criteria; and preparing for future managerial and staff skills development. Click here to register
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    Tuesday, April 29
    Title: Performance Management Program: Performance Planning and Introduction to Halogen
    Time: 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
    Location: Wilf Campus – Room To Be Announced
    Audience: This program is open to employees included in the Performance Management Program (non-faculty and non-represented employees) regardless of position level that are responsible for rating staff.
    Description: This session is designed to provide component updates to the University’s Performance Management Program (PMP) including: an overview of and a demonstration of the new software system, Halogen. Topics covered include:strategies for preparing for performance reviews from the perspective of both the rated employee and manager; techniques for drafting goal outcomes and assessing goal outcomes; understanding and applying the rating criteria; and preparing for future managerial and staff skills development. Click here to register
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    Wednesday, April 30
    Title: Using the Myers Briggs Type Instrument (MBTI) to Increase Understanding of Individual Type and Preferences
    Time: 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM
    Location: Resnick Campus - Price Center, Room 551
    Audience: This program is open to all University employees.
    Description: Through an understanding of individual type and preference, program participants will improve their ability to communicate and learn to recognize ways to avoid or reconcile conflicts arising from "type" differences and apply this knowledge in a team environment. All participants will complete The Myers Briggs Type Indicator. Click here to register 
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    Wednesday, April 30
    Title: Performance Management Program: Performance Planning and Introduction to Halogen
    Time: 2:30 PM – 3:45 PM
    Location: Resnick Campus – Price Center, Room 551
    Audience: This program is open to employees included in the Performance Management Program (non-faculty and non-represented employees) regardless of position level that are responsible for rating staff.
    Description: This session is designed to provide component updates to the University’s Performance Management Program (PMP) including: an overview of and a demonstration of the new software system, Halogen. Topics covered include:strategies for preparing for performance reviews from the perspective of both the rated employee and manager; techniques for drafting goal outcomes and assessing goal outcomes; understanding and applying the rating criteria; and preparing for future managerial and staff skills development. Click here to register




     

     

     

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