Career Development Programs
scheduled employee development programs
Fall 2015 Program Offerings
Managing Stress for Success
Presenter: Steve Friedland
Tuesday, November 3rd - 9:00am to 12:00pm
This workshop will provide participants with key insights, skills, practices, tools, techniques, and resources to apply peak performance principles and practices to optimize their talent and performance. Participants will also learn cognitive and behavioral practices to reduce stress and prevent burnout, apply five components of renewal to strengthen one’s resiliency, improve vitality and overall wellbeing.
Key topics include:
- Applying and aligning peak performance principles to optimize one’s talent and performance
- Recognizing primary stressors and how to make new choices of response
- Beliefs and actions that can help reduce stress and prevent the risk of burnout
- Assessing and improving the five dimensions of renewal
- Cognitive-behavioral stress management tools and techniques
- Setting boundaries, strengthening resiliency and utilizing supportive resources
As a result of this workshop, participants will gain knowledge, tools, techniques, and actions that they can immediately put into practice resulting in improved job performance, reduced stress, enhanced resiliency, renewal, and wellness.
Supporting University Competencies: Continuous Learning
Managing and Influencing Up: Positioning Yourself, Your Manager and Your Organization for Success
Presenter: Joseph Dupont
Thursday, November 19th - 9:00am to 12:00pm
Managing Up is a key to personal and organizational success. In recent years, however, the phrase has become so popular it runs the risk of becoming a buzz term rather than a way of describing a key skill that helps your career, benefits your boss and positions your organization for greater success.
In this session, you will learn concrete strategies and specific takeaways for being more fulfilled at work, building an effective relationship with your manager, and helping your organization become more impactful as you move up the organizational chart.
Supporting University Competencies: Communication
If you are interested in any of the session listed above, please register as space is limited.