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The Office of Human Resources and the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance are pleased to offer a college-wide, staff development opportunity for February 28, 2006, in Emerson Suite C. Marja L. Freeman, a dynamic speaker with over 15 years experience in employment consulting /career development training, and over 5 years experience in motivational speaking and training, will be on campus to present the following two sessions:

How to Stand Out, Get Ahead, and Get Noticed! 9:00 a.m – Noon

This workshop covers topics such as:

  • Professional Success
  • Business Savvy – What is it?
  • The “First Impression”
  • Success
  • Your Business Wardrobe
  • Personal Grooming
  • Meeting People
  • Office Finesse
  • Working 9-to-5
  • What Did You Say?
  • When You Speak
  • Electronic Communication
  • AND

    Handling Conflict and Negativity in the Workplace 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

    This workshop will help you to:

  • Determine what bothers you
  • Take control of negativity
  • Identify 5 things to do when emotions take over
  • If you are interested in capitalizing on this development opportunity, please click only the following link: Staff Development Workshop, to register to attend a session. Once you choose a program, you will need to enter your IC e-mail username (ie: ngraves only, NOT where indicated. Simply click on the "Attend Workshop" button and a "Session Attendance Confirmation" page will be available for your records. Advance registration is required for planning purposes. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Tanisha Graves (4-3083) at

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