PUBLIC OFFERINGS

May-June 2019

Master Your Time Habits

(Turn negatives into positives.)

Participants will discover their individual time management styles and learn practical ideas to improve their time management skills in categories such as Attitudes, Goals, Priorities, Analyzing, Planning, Scheduling, Interruptions, Meetings, Paperwork, Delegation, Procrastination, and Teamwork. At the first meeting, each will develop their own individualized action plan, and then test it out in their work environment for more than a week. The second meeting will include customized coaching to hone their action plans, using their field experience to include specific steps to ensure increased work performance.

Two sessions, June 27 and July 11  8:00-10:00 AM    Instructor: Christine Schneider Smith

Cost $159.00 - Register online here: http://www.terra.edu/ContinuingEducation.html

      

Master Your Time Habits

   Participants will discover their individual time management styles and learn practical ideas to improve their time management skills in categories such as Attitudes, Goals, Priorities, Analyzing, Planning, Scheduling, Interruptions, Meetings, Paperwork, Delegation, Procrastination, and Teamwork. At the first meeting, each will develop their own individualized action plan, and then test it out in their work environment for more than a week. The second meeting will include customized coaching to hone their action plans, using their field experience to include specific steps to ensure increased work performance.

Two sessions, September 25 and October 9 8:00-10:00 AM     Instructor: Christine Schneider Smith

Cost $159.00 - Register online here: http://www.terra.edu/ContinuingEducation.html

 

 

Harassment, Hostile Work Environment, Bullying, EEOC and ACT Management/Supervisory

  The goal of this session is to meet the educational requirements of compliance and to help create a positive workplace culture in your organization.  Equal Employment Opportunities Commission definitions have been expanded and include more protected classes.  We will discuss and define these expanded classes, including what is not illegal.  The costs of harassment to the organization and the individual supervisor are addressed.  With a few questions, you can determine if your behavior is unwanted and unwelcome, and a self-assessment helps determine who might be a workplace bully.  Types of illegal harassment and hostile work environment activities will be identified.  Steps to discourage harassment and teach others to speak up will be covered, including ways for the supervisors to encourage reporting, set a positive example, the procedure for complaints and the documentation required.  The participants will discuss the differences between harassment, bullying and quality supervision.  Preventive measures to reduce or eliminate harassment and bullying in your workplace will be identified.  ACT gives victims and bystanders of unwanted or unwelcome behavior a method to stand up and speak up. Practice is included.

1 session     Friday, June 14, 2019 9:00 a.m.– Noon     Instructor: Christine Schneider Smith

Cost $139.00 - Register online here: http://www.terra.edu/ContinuingEducation.html

 

 


TO REGISTER: Phone 419-559-2464
e-mail:  kern@terra.edu

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

 


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