Webinar on Tuesday, October 9, 2012
1:30 – 3:00 pm
Hillel Multipurpose Room 101
Presented by: Dr. Thomas M. Eaton, Southeast Missouri State University
To Whom Am I Speaking, Please?
• Identifying Your Audience
• Finding Emotional Balance
• Making Your Case – Correspondence That People Welcome in Their Inbox
There Is a Write Way to Do [...]
A series of training and development webinars have been scheduled that will provide you with the most up-to-date trends, techniques, and best practices. Topics include managing chaotic workloads, email etiquette, multiple bosses, gatekeeping, and much more. . . . .
To view descriptions and sign up for the scheduled dates, times [...]
Join us on Wednesday, August 15th, in the Hillel Multipurpose Room from 12:00 - 1:00 pm for the next webinar sponsored by American Management Association. The presenter, Paul Smith, is the author of a new book about storytelling as a leadership tool titled Lead with a Story: A Guide to Crafting [...]
Join us on Wednesday, August 8, 2012, from 12:00-1:00 pm in the Hillel Multipurpose Room for the next webinar sponsored by the American Management Association. Selena Rezvani will share tips from her brand new book, PUSHBACK.
What You Will Learn
Flex your style based on the topic or person with whom you are negotiating
Prepare for a [...]
Anyone with a desire to spend a weekend in a cave learning about geology, speleology, cave safety, history of caving and the technical skills necessary to guide a safe trip within a cave (specifically Worley’s Cave). This is a very popular training program for those interested in becoming cave guides [...]
CPR Classes offered 3/14 and 3/18; 4/4 and 4/25; 5/9, 14,21 and 5/23.
All classes are open to the entire Lexington community. Classes will be conducted from; 6pm-8pm on the dates scheduled; locations will vary. To register for a class, contact Ray Ellington, Assistant Director of Campus Recreation, at firstname.lastname@example.org To register [...]
In addition to programs offered on campus, the University supports employee professional development in programs offered outside the University.
The Professional Development Program provides tuition assistance to full-time employees seeking to obtain a college-level degree, attend educational courses not leading to a degree, or obtain a work-related certification or license. Requests [...]
Professional Connections for Exempt Professional Staff on March 1
The topic for our next program is “Effectively Addressing and Documenting Employee Performance between PDP Reviews”
Employees and managers should understand the importance of effective and appropriate performance documentation. The positive and negative workplace actions of employees should be addressed at the time [...]
In appreciation of the Office Staff of Washington and Lee University and in support of their professional development, we are pleased to bring Fred Pryor Seminars to campus for two training dates this spring.
On February 28, from 9 am – 4 pm in the Hillel Multipurpose Room, we will hold [...]