• Human Resources

  • Talent Development Programs - SEPTEMBER 2014

    Training and Development

    Tuesday, September 9
    Title: Session I - Excel Beyond Basics 2010
    Time: 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    Location: Wilf Campus - Room To Be Announced
    Prerequisite: Attendance to both Session I and II is required. Introduction to Excel.
    Description: Topics covered include: working with multiple worksheets and workbooks and consolidating data. Thank you for your interest.  Registration for this program is closed.
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    Wednesday, September 10
    Title: Session II - Excel Beyond Basics 2010
    Time: 9:30 AM -12:30 PM
    Location: Wilf Campus - Room To Be Announced
    Prerequisite: Attendance to both Session I and II is required. Introduction to Excel.
    Description: Topics covered include: sorting and filtering lists, protecting worksheets and using templates. Thank you for your interest.  Registration for this program is closed.
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    Wednesday, September 10
    Title: Banner Finance Self Service Training
    Time: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    Location: Resnick Campus - Belfer Building - Room 810
    Audience: Any individual who will transact business (i.e., process requisitions and/or purchase orders, prepare travel reimbursements, etc.) and be responsible for budgets, operating or sponsored research.
    Description: This program will demonstrate how to navigate through Banner to: access financial information, manage a budget, download data, and peruse detailed transactions at the click of a button. Thank you for your interest.  Registration for this program is closed. 
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    Thursday, September 11
    Title: Taking Charge of Change
    Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    Location: Resnick Campus - Price Center, Room 551
    Audience: This program is open to all University employees.
    Description: Change, although constant, can be a difficult process to lead and earn support for. However, it is critical in today’s organizations that we not only learn to deal with it, but actually embrace it and learn to be proactive. Topics covered include: how to become a change agent, the skills necessary to understand the change process, and strategies for leading and managing change. Thank you for your interest.  Registration for this program is closed.
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    Monday, September 15
    Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Title: Banner Human Resources Workshop
    Location: Resnick Campus - Belfer Building - Conference Room 1210
    Audience: The session is intended for departmental managers and departmental administrators who oversee and approve Job Requisition and Employment Status Requests.
    Description: This hands-on workshop will allow you to walk through actual Human Resources activities (e.g. create an EPAF or a requisition) and ask specific questions with the guidance of Human Resources subject matter experts. Thank you for your interest.  Registration for this program is closed.
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    Tuesday, September 16
    Title: Introduction to Cayuse: Understanding the System
    Time: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    Location: Resnick Campus - Belfer Building - Conference Room 1210
    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 your interest.  Registration for this program is closed.
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    Tuesday, September 16
    Title: Session I - Excel Beyond Basics 2010
    Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    Location: Resnick Campus - Belfer Building - Conference Room 1210
    Prerequisite: Attendance to both Session I and II is required. Introduction to Excel.
    Description: Topics covered include: working with multiple worksheets and workbooks and consolidating data. Thank you for your interest.  Registration for this program is closed.
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    Wednesday, September 17
    Title: Session II - Excel Beyond Basics 2010
    Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    Location: Resnick Campus - Belfer Building - Conference Room 1210
    Prerequisite: Attendance to both Session I and II is required. Introduction to Excel.
    Description: Topics covered include: sorting and filtering lists, protecting worksheets and using templates. Thank you for your interest.  Registration for this program is closed.
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    Thursday, September 18
    Title: Strategies for Developing Effective Presentations
    Time: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    Location: Wilf Campus - Room To Be Announced
    Audience: This program is open to all University employees.
    Description: This program provides participants with the fundamental presentation skills needed to design and deliver well planned presentations. Learn presentation fundamentals including, effective presentation organization; audience awareness; tips for practice; and use of visual aids. Click here to register
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    Tuesday, September 30
    Title: 7 Habits of Highly Effective Professionals
    Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Location: Resnick Campus - Price Center, Room 451
    Audience: This program is open to all University employees.
    Description: Do you sometimes struggle to complete daily tasks or lack the motivation to seize the opportunities? This program will showcase how you can move to deeper and more creative professional and personal behaviors. Click here to register

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