Professional Development Course Catalog

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Date
Time
Upcoming Event
July7/7/2015 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Beyond Typos
Registration Closed
Now you can create professional documents that are error-free. This four-part series will take you beyond typos and help you identify and overcome trouble spots in grammar and punctuation. You will learn how to correct problems with sentence structure, subject and verb agreement, pronouns, and word choice. You will also learn how to use commas, semicolons, and colons effectively. In addition, we will explore the resources available to help you become a better writer and proofreader.

7/15/2015 - 7/29/2015 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Getting Things Done
Event is Full: Accepting Wait List Registrations
Does your “to do” list feel out of control? Are you searching for better ways to manage the flow of incoming emails, requests, meetings and interruptions, while still finding time for projects or other important (but less urgent) work? Based on methods and principles in David Allen's best-selling book 'Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity,' this interactive, two-part workshop will introduce you to a process for staying in control, and will help you customize and apply the concepts. (Note that the course content is somewhat less applicable to those doing primarily data entry or other transactional work.)

7/16/2015 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Wellness: Many Perspectives, Many Practices
Wellness is a dynamic process that encompasses many different components reaching beyond just physical fitness. This workshop will examine eight different categories that all contribute to your wellbeing. This session incorporates both an individual self-assessment and small group interactions to help you identify ways to expand your wellness potential.
7/21/2015 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Assumptions and Their Impact, a Facilitated Discussion
Every day we are presented with many opportunities to perceive and make assumptions about the people we encounter. How does this influence our interactions with these people, the quality of our work and the environment that we create? This 60 minute workshop will give us an opportunity to reflect on and address these questions with other members of Dartmouth's staff. This will be an interactive learning opportunity that includes viewing and responding to a short film.
7/22/2015 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Difficult Conversations: A Guide to Mastering the Talks We Dread
As a member of a diverse workforce, difficult conversations can be part of our work. During this session we will explore how to develop effective oral communication skills. This will be an interactive experience that will provide you with a guide to achieving open and constructive outcomes in your conversations. Please join us for this session if you hope to improve oral communication in all aspects of your daily life.
7/23/2015 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Respect and Communication in the Workplace
The goal of this workshop is to reinforce that at the core of our work it is essential to operate from a place of professional respect, attitude and behavior. It is crucial that we recognize good communication is one of our most valuable tools, regardless of our role in Dartmouth’s diverse workforce. Participants will have the opportunity to identify key aspects of practices that enhance the quality of our work environment. Barriers to building quality working relationships will be explored along with information on how to prevent and address a hostile environment at work.
August8/4/2015 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Effective Business Writing
Writing can be enjoyable if you know how to get started and how to organize your thoughts. In this four-part series, participants will learn to organize the basic components of letters, e-mail, and reports. We will discuss targeting our audience and creating clear, concise, and direct writing and instructions that will positively influence our readers. We will also practice writing in active voice and will learn to avoid dangling our participles and misplacing our modifiers! May we suggest participating in Beyond Typos to develop helpful skills and vocabulary before taking this workshop.
8/27/2015 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Journal Entries in Oracle Grants Accounting
This class explains the journal entry process, guidelines and rules, and how to use the SPUD tool to create and upload journal entries to Oracle Grants Accounting.

 
 


 





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