Employee Appreciation Week Training Opportunities

WSU’s Administrative Professional Advisory Council (APAC ) invites you to participate in the following training opportunities as a part of Employee Appreciation Week.  Be sure to register in advance so we can notify you of any changes.

How to Run an Effective Meeting
(Register here)
Monday, September 11 | 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Originating location to be determined and videoconferenced University-wide
Higher Education relies heavily on meetings. A productive meeting actually SAVES time. Learn how to design, conduct, and close an effective meeting. What are some common causes of failure and how can they be avoided? Includes a brief introduction to facilitation.
Course Materials: Presentation Notes

Sleep! It Matters
(Register here)
Wednesday, September 13 | 12:10-12:50 p.m.
Location: Terrell Library, Room 24 and videoconferenced University-wide
Learn about the benefits of sleep and the consequences (health and behavioral) of not getting enough.
Course Materials: Presentation Notes

4 Myths of Office Conflict
(Register here)
Thursday, September 14 | 12:10-12:50 p.m.
Location: Terrell Library, Room 24 and videoconferenced University-wide
The typical causes of office conflict are not what most people think. Therefore, the solutions are not what most people think, either. Learn the real common causes and what to do about them.
Course Materials: Presentation Notes

Mapping Your Own Professional Development
(Register here)
Friday, September 15 | 12:00-1:00 p.m.
Location: FSHN T-101 and videoconferenced University-wide
Developing your own professional development map is crucial to achieving your goals.  During this presentation, WSU First Lady and Professor Noel Schulz will share her experiences reaching her career goals and lessons learned in the process.
Course Materials: Presentation Notes

 

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