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Wed, Feb 20, 2019
12:00 PM
Wed, Feb 20, 2019
1:00 PM
Not Another (Bad) Meeting!

All managers, whether brand new to their positions or well established in the university hierarchy, can use a little "brushing up" now and then. This 1-hour course is filled with ideas and strategies to help anyone become more capable, efficient, effective, and valuable to their departments.

You will learn a practical guide to planning and conducting meetings that people will want to attend. "Not Another (Bad) Meeting!" provides techniques for keeping a meeting focused and on target, reveals the latest tools for meeting "virtually," and more.

SignUp 9  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Thu, Feb 21, 2019
10:00 AM
Thu, Feb 21, 2019
12:00 PM
Banner HR Overview EPAF Training

This workshop will provide an overview training for the Electronic Personnel Action Form (EPAF) within Banner 9. This course is intended for employees responsible for personnel and payroll actions.

This is a hands-on training utilizing the Banner training environment.

Prerequisite: Completion of online Banner Training. Self-enroll through Canvas at https://uncg.instructure.com/enroll/6MFTFC.

Additional ResourcesBanner HR Campus Resources

 

SignUp 2  Seats Bryan 209 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Tue, Feb 26, 2019
2:00 PM
Tue, Feb 26, 2019
5:00 PM
Green Zone Training

Green Zone training is for faculty and staff desiring to learn more about the military affiliated student experience. Its goals are to train members of the UNCG community to know more about the issues and concerns faced by military affiliated students and to identify individuals who are available to assist this population. These individuals are not expected to be experts who can "solve problems." They are individuals who can lend a sympathetic ear and help the student veteran identify and connect with the appropriate resources.

SignUp 15  Seats MHRA 1215 Brad Wrenn
Wed, Feb 27, 2019
12:00 PM
Wed, Feb 27, 2019
1:00 PM
Bringing Out the Best in Others

Whether in your personal or your professional life, are you the kind of person that brings out the best in
others? Do people shine around you, or do they tend to withdraw, hesitant to show their best? Some people
seem to have a knack for challenging, motivating and inspiring their friends, family members, and coworkers.
In this workshop, you’ll learn how to do your part to make sure others are at their best around you.

At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
Describe what motivates people
• Identify the factors that influence peoples’ motivation level
Identify how your attitude can be contagious
• Describe how to exhibit the type of positive thinking that can inspire others
• Describe how to avoid negative talk which can bring others down
Describe how to provide others with effective feedback that makes a difference
• Identify when it is/is not appropriate to give feedback
• Describe the type of phrasing that tends to have the biggest impact

Target Audience: Anyone looking for tips about how to support and encourage friends, family members and colleagues

**For Faculty/Staff Only.**

Full 0  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Thu, Feb 28, 2019
9:30 AM
Thu, Feb 28, 2019
11:00 AM
RUN, HIDE, FIGHT - Active Shooter Training

This workshop provides information on surviving an active shooter incident. "Shots Fired!" is the last thing you expect to hear in the workplace or at school. Unfortunately, the possibility of this violent event taking place in your community has become a reality that employees and students have to deal with. Although no one is exempt from this threat, injury or death does not have to be the inevitable outcome.

At the conclusion of this workshop, attendees will recognize the sound of gunfire, demonstrate the three response options, explain when each option should be used, and describe your interaction with law enforcement when they arrive.

Targeted Audience: All Students, Staff, and Faculty.

Instructors:S. C. Dedona, Support Services Captain;
A. Westbrook, Professional Standards Lieutenant

Recommended Additional Workshops: http://police.uncg.edu/Programs/RAD/

SignUp 19  Seats 1200 W. Gate City Blvd., UNCG Police Bldg. Room 212 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Thu, Feb 28, 2019
10:00 AM
Thu, Feb 28, 2019
12:00 PM
Using Prezi to Build Your Story: The Next Generation of Dynamic Presentation Design

Tired of presenting using the same old boring PowerPoint slides but don't quite know how to use Prezi yet? This workshop is for you.

This workshop offers an introduction to Prezi Next, the next generation of Prezi presentation software. Led by the staff from the Digital Media Commons, this interactive workshop reverse-engineers a pre-made Prezi presentation to show users the tips and tricks they will use to create visually dynamic presentation content.

SignUp 5  Seats Jackson Library, Room 177 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Thu, Feb 28, 2019
12:00 PM
Thu, Feb 28, 2019
1:00 PM
WINTER PICK-ME-UP: Essential Oils Workshop

This 60 minute workshop will introduce participants to the benefits of aromatherapy to improve mood. We will learn about and experience five essential oils known to lift your spirit and put a smile on your face! Everyone will leave with an aromatherapy product they make for themselves.

Thursday, February 28th 12-1 p.m.

Faculty Center

SignUp 2  Seats Faculty Center, College Ave Stefanie Milroy
Fri, Mar 01, 2019
9:00 AM
Fri, Mar 01, 2019
11:30 AM
Secondary Traumatic Stress Training

Vicarious trauma, secondary traumatic stress or compassion fatigue, trauma exposure response, and burnout are “all forms of stress that may affect those working in “helping” professions because their work involves direct exposure to other’s trauma.” (Phoenix, 2014)  Often, vicarious trauma refers to a changing in someone’s worldview and secondary traumatic stress refers to the emotional duress an individual may experience as the result of working with someone who has experienced violence. These changes can result in a shift in ideals and have a negative effect on work with students, supervisors, or even the institution at large.  In order for campus staff to continue to provide trauma-informed, timely, and appropriate care for students, employees must have the opportunity to find support and practice their own self-care.

This interactive presentation will highlight the importance of recognizing and responding to personal experiences with vicarious trauma as well as implementing approaches for prevention. The facilitators will identify obstacles to a healthy self-care plan as well as resources for staff to use including methods of self-care and ideas for vicarious trauma prevention.

SignUp 9  Seats Bryan 113 Kate Rawson
Wed, Mar 06, 2019
12:00 PM
Wed, Mar 06, 2019
1:00 PM
Civility in the Workplace

The prevalence and costs of incivility are on the rise in organizations. When employees are exposed to
incivility in the workplace, they experience diminished self-control, which in turn creates increased incivility
toward co-workers.

Incivility does not involve openly hostile behavior, threats or sabotage and therefore doesn’t warrant the
same legal attention or sanctions as other forms of mistreatment, such as harassment. Incivility could be as
simple as a sarcastic reply to a co-worker’s comment or a perceived rude sentence in an email.
This session will help you understand why we act less civil today and give some suggestions for making
sure you don’t exhibit behaviors that are uncivil.

At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
• Recognize behaviors considered uncivil
• Understand the impact of workplace incivility
• Understand what may cause us to act in uncivil ways
• Learn suggestions for making the workplace civil

Target Audience: All employees

**For Faculty/Staff Only**

SignUp 9  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Thu, Mar 07, 2019
1:00 PM
Thu, May 16, 2019
4:00 PM
SuperVISION Certificate - Cohort 17

As a supervisor of EHRA non-faculty and SHRA employees, you play a vital role in UNCG's transformation. As you move through your career here at UNCG, completing the SuperVISION Certificate will give you the knowledge, skills and abilities to support you in developing your employees individually and as a team. Great leaders are individuals who are passionate about and confident in the work they do. They inspire others to excel. The SuperVISION Certificate is for supervisors of EHRA non-faculty and SHRA employees and those who have oversight of these categories of employees. The certificate requires completing 10 workshops, 2 hours in length throughout a 10-week period. It is strongly recommended that you attend the workshop with your cohort. However, make-up workshops will be available as needed.

Thursday Afternoons:3/7/2019
 3/14/2019
 3/21/2019
 3/28/2019
 4/4/2019
 4/11/2019
 4/18/2019
 5/2/2019
 5/9/2019
 5/16/2019
SignUp 2  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Fri, Mar 08, 2019
2:00 PM
Fri, Mar 08, 2019
5:00 PM
Green Zone Training

Green Zone training is for faculty and staff desiring to learn more about the military affiliated student experience. Its goals are to train members of the UNCG community to know more about the issues and concerns faced by military affiliated students and to identify individuals who are available to assist this population. These individuals are not expected to be experts who can "solve problems." They are individuals who can lend a sympathetic ear and help the student veteran identify and connect with the appropriate resources.

SignUp 17  Seats MHRA 1215 Brad Wrenn
Wed, Mar 13, 2019
1:00 PM
Wed, Mar 13, 2019
5:00 PM
Interpersonal Violence Survivor Support Ally Training

By deciding to work in a University setting, we have all joined a village of professionals seeking to provide students with the best resources and care possible.  Sexual Assault and intimate partner violence are not new topics but have become front and center in recent years as individuals share their experiences and participate in movements like #METOO.  UNCG has taken a step forward by developing the Campus Violence Response Center (CVRC), a confidential resource for survivors.  However, the response doesn’t always begin in the CVRC but instead starts with our campus partners.

This interactive presentation will highlight the campus and community resources necessary to create a safer, non-violent campus culture.  Staff and faculty will learn skills for preventing violence and responding to survivors in a trauma informed and caring way. 

SignUp 18  Seats Bryan 113 Kate Rawson
Tue, Mar 19, 2019
12:00 PM
Thu, Apr 04, 2019
1:00 PM
Introductory American Sign Language in Four Parts

This four-part series gives you a quick introduction to American Sign Language (ASL) focusing on conversations and phrases that are useful in day-to-day office interactions. Because the sessions will build on one another, it is strongly recommended that you take all four sessions offered in a compact two-week period. Don't miss this special opportunity to receive an introduction to ASL and Deaf culture and learn useful phrases that can be used in the workplace! 

The following dates are for all four classes. You only have to register one time for all classes!

  1. Tuesday, March 19
  2. Thursday, March 21
  3. Tuesday, April 2
  4. Thursday, April 4

Intended Audience: This four-part series is geared to UNCG Employees who would like to learn to converse in ASL. This is an introductory course and can be used as a refresher.
*For Faculty/Staff Only*

Participants are encouraged to commit to attending all sessions. Each session builds upon the last session.

Instructor: Campbell McDermid, Ph.D., NIC, COI, Assistant Professor, Professions in Deafness in the SES department with special guests

SignUp 20  Seats SOE 301 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Mar 20, 2019
12:00 PM
Wed, Mar 20, 2019
1:00 PM
The Finances of Purchasing Your Own Home

The recent housing collapse has changed the home buying process significantly. Where once it was easy
to attain credit, it has become more difficult again and a home’s value as an investment is more uncertain.
Banks have gone back to a more traditional lending approach as a result of the collapse and now having
good credit and a down payment is essential. Lenders are also focused on offering more traditional
mortgage products such as 30- and 15-year mortgages versus the exotic ARMs offered a few years ago.
Buying a home is still an American dream and it is important to understand the process, parties involved
and what is in your financial best interests when making this investment.

At the end of this workshop you will be able to:
• Describe the process and players in purchasing a home
• Describe how credit impacts buying a home
• Identify the costs associated with homeownership
• Calculate the maximum amount you can pay for your home and what you can really afford
• Describe tax issues surrounding home ownership
• Compare various financing options and terms

Target Audience: Any new potential homeowners who are seeking to learn more about navigating the home purchase process

**For Faculty/Staff Only**

SignUp 12  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Mar 20, 2019
1:00 PM
Wed, Mar 20, 2019
3:00 PM
TSERS: Retirement Workshop

This workshop is designed for members of the Teachers' and State Employees' Retirement System (TSERS). All TSERS members are welcome to attend, but the topics will be most relevant to mid to late career employees.

Topics will include retirement calculations, conversion of sick leave to service, retiree health insurance vesting, the process to initiate monthly retirement payments and more. Please feel free to bring a spouse, or partner.
*For Faculty/Staff Only*

Instructor: Emily Foust, Benefits Manager, Human Resources

Please note this is not a financial planning workshop.
Suggested Additional Workshops: Workshops on retirement, financial planning, and individual sessions with vendors/financial planners are offered throughout the year.

SignUp 1  Seats Bryan 209 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Mar 20, 2019
2:00 PM
Wed, Mar 20, 2019
3:30 PM
RUN, HIDE, FIGHT - Active Shooter Training

This workshop provides information on surviving an active shooter incident. "Shots Fired!" is the last thing you expect to hear in the workplace or at school. Unfortunately, the possibility of this violent event taking place in your community has become a reality that employees and students have to deal with. Although no one is exempt from this threat, injury or death does not have to be the inevitable outcome.

At the conclusion of this workshop, attendees will recognize the sound of gunfire, demonstrate the three response options, explain when each option should be used, and describe your interaction with law enforcement when they arrive.

Targeted Audience: All Students, Staff, and Faculty.

Instructors:S. C. Dedona, Support Services Captain;
A. Westbrook, Professional Standards Lieutenant

Recommended Additional Workshops: http://police.uncg.edu/Programs/RAD/

SignUp 18  Seats 1200 W. Gate City Blvd., UNCG Police Bldg. Room 212 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Mar 27, 2019
12:00 PM
Wed, Mar 27, 2019
1:00 PM
FUNdamentals of Ergonomics in the Work Environment (and Beyond)!
This fun course is designed to help you evaluate your work positions to prevent injury and increase efficiency. There will be real-world demonstrations which will help you understand how important proper body position is to your daily activities.
 
**For Faculty/Staff Only**
 
Instructor: Todd Beck, CSP, Industrial Hygiene Manager, Department of Environmental Health and Safety
 
SignUp 15  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Fri, Mar 29, 2019
2:00 PM
Fri, Mar 29, 2019
5:00 PM
Green Zone Training

Green Zone training is for faculty and staff desiring to learn more about the military affiliated student experience. Its goals are to train members of the UNCG community to know more about the issues and concerns faced by military affiliated students and to identify individuals who are available to assist this population. These individuals are not expected to be experts who can "solve problems." They are individuals who can lend a sympathetic ear and help the student veteran identify and connect with the appropriate resources.

SignUp 18  Seats MHRA 1215 Brad Wrenn
Mon, Apr 01, 2019
9:00 AM
Mon, Apr 01, 2019
12:00 PM
The Key to Customer "Delight": The Journey to Excellence

This workshop will provide an understanding around enhancing customer satisfaction and creating "delight" for both internal and external customers on an on-going basis.

In addition, the course will stimulate discussion and reflection focusing on customer relationships and continuous improvement; looking at total commitment in achieving the goals and mission of the organization.

Targeted Audience: All interested employees.*For Faculty/Staff only.*

Instructor: Vidyaranya B. Gargeya, Ph.D., Professor, Information Systems and Supply Chain Management

SignUp 7  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Apr 03, 2019
9:30 AM
Wed, Apr 03, 2019
11:00 AM
Supporting LGBTQ+ Survivors of Violence: A Culturally Responsive Approach for Faculty/Staff

In this workshop, we will discuss the unique challenges that LGBTQ+ survivors of intimate partner violence, sexual violence, stalking, and harassment face. The presentation will also provide faculty and staff the tools to respond to disclosures from LGBTQ+ survivors in an affirming and inclusive manner, equipping them with resources to best serve students. 

SignUp 24  Seats Bryan 113 Kate Rawson
Tue, Apr 09, 2019
2:00 PM
Tue, Apr 09, 2019
5:00 PM
Green Zone Training

Green Zone training is for faculty and staff desiring to learn more about the military affiliated student experience. Its goals are to train members of the UNCG community to know more about the issues and concerns faced by military affiliated students and to identify individuals who are available to assist this population. These individuals are not expected to be experts who can "solve problems." They are individuals who can lend a sympathetic ear and help the student veteran identify and connect with the appropriate resources.

SignUp 18  Seats MHRA 1215 Brad Wrenn
Thu, Apr 11, 2019
11:00 AM
Thu, Apr 11, 2019
12:00 PM
Concerning Behaviors: How to Identify and Report

All are welcome to attend.  This event is part of the April Staff Senate Meeting.  Feel free to join the meeting at 10AM and stay for the workshop...or just come for the workshop.

SignUp 20  Seats Campus Police EOC Room 212 Megan Delph
Fri, Apr 12, 2019
1:00 PM
Fri, Apr 12, 2019
3:30 PM
Secondary Traumatic Stress Training

Vicarious trauma, secondary traumatic stress or compassion fatigue, trauma exposure response, and burnout are “all forms of stress that may affect those working in “helping” professions because their work involves direct exposure to other’s trauma.” (Phoenix, 2014)  Often, vicarious trauma refers to a changing in someone’s worldview and secondary traumatic stress refers to the emotional duress an individual may experience as the result of working with someone who has experienced violence. These changes can result in a shift in ideals and have a negative effect on work with students, supervisors, or even the institution at large.  In order for campus staff to continue to provide trauma-informed, timely, and appropriate care for students, employees must have the opportunity to find support and practice their own self-care.

This interactive presentation will highlight the importance of recognizing and responding to personal experiences with vicarious trauma as well as implementing approaches for prevention. The facilitators will identify obstacles to a healthy self-care plan as well as resources for staff to use including methods of self-care and ideas for vicarious trauma prevention.

SignUp 18  Seats Bryan 113 Kate Rawson
Mon, Apr 15, 2019
10:00 AM
Mon, Apr 15, 2019
12:00 PM
Conversational Presenting

Conversational Presenting is useful in public speaking. More specifically, it is excellent for communicating qualitative research, as well as general information, on various topics during meetings or conferences, because it allows for the presenter to be more fluent. Researchers agree that conversational presenting keeps audiences engaged - it is usually easier to listen to someone who is speaking in a conversational manner.

In "Conversational Presenting 101," participants will learn different strategies to enhance their personal presenting styles for increased engagement and participant satisfaction.

Target Audience: Employees looking to converse comfortably in front of an audience.
*For Faculty/Staff Only*

Instructor: Sarah Dreier-Kasik, Learning and Development Consultant, Human Resources

Full 0  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Tue, Apr 16, 2019
1:00 PM
Tue, Apr 16, 2019
1:30 PM
Tour of Jackson Library for Employees
University Library staff will provide an educational tour around Jackson Library. Explore your library!
SignUp 18  Seats Please meet at the Jackson Library Reference Desk Liane Elias
Wed, Apr 17, 2019
12:00 PM
Wed, Apr 17, 2019
1:00 PM
Practicing Assertiveness

What does it mean to be assertive? Assertiveness is a core communication skill that allows us to advocate
for our wants and needs in a way that respects the rights of others, as well as ourselves. Some people
are naturally assertive; and for others, it requires practice. This training is here to help. During this session,
we will look at what it means to be assertive and what situations benefit from it the most. It also covers
strategies for understanding your emotions, wants, and needs so you can clearly define what you need
from others. 

At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
• Differentiate between passive, aggressive, passive-aggressive, and assertive forms of communication
• Know the benefits and disadvantages of various forms of communication
• Develop healthier relationships with the people around you, including friends, family members, significant
other and co-workers
• Practice practical methods of asserting yourself daily
• Gain confidence in advocating for your needs and desires

By the end of this training, you will be better able to advocate for yourself using assertive
communication techniques.

Target Audience: This workshop is for anyone who would like to develop their assertiveness skills. 

**For Faculty/Staff Only**

Full 0  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Thu, Apr 18, 2019
9:30 AM
Thu, Apr 18, 2019
11:00 AM
RUN, HIDE, FIGHT - Active Shooter Training

This workshop provides information on surviving an active shooter incident. "Shots Fired!" is the last thing you expect to hear in the workplace or at school. Unfortunately, the possibility of this violent event taking place in your community has become a reality that employees and students have to deal with. Although no one is exempt from this threat, injury or death does not have to be the inevitable outcome.

At the conclusion of this workshop, attendees will recognize the sound of gunfire, demonstrate the three response options, explain when each option should be used, and describe your interaction with law enforcement when they arrive.

Targeted Audience: All Students, Staff, and Faculty.

Instructors:S. C. Dedona, Support Services Captain;
A. Westbrook, Professional Standards Lieutenant

Recommended Additional Workshops: http://police.uncg.edu/Programs/RAD/

SignUp 22  Seats 1200 W. Gate City Blvd., UNCG Police Bldg. Room 212 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Mon, Apr 29, 2019
12:00 PM
Mon, Apr 29, 2019
1:00 PM
Protect Yourself and Others from Financial Exploitation, Abuse and Neglect

Attendees will learn about SECU’s roles to prevent and respond to financial exploitation, abuse, and neglect of members and non-members.  The presentation covers how SECU Trust Services centralizes reporting efforts to Adult Protective Services and/or law enforcement, as well as utilizes the Trust Representative network to proactively limit the risk of financial exploitation with estate planning solutions.

SignUp 20  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Tue, Apr 30, 2019
9:00 AM
Tue, Jul 09, 2019
12:00 PM
SuperVISION Certificate - Cohort 18

As a supervisor of EHRA non-faculty and SHRA employees, you play a vital role in UNCG's transformation. As you move through your career here at UNCG, completing the SuperVISION Certificate will give you the knowledge, skills and abilities to support you in developing your employees individually and as a team. Great leaders are individuals who are passionate about and confident in the work they do. They inspire others to excel. The SuperVISION Certificate is for supervisors of EHRA non-faculty and SHRA employees and those who have oversight of these categories of employees. The certificate requires completing 10 workshops, 2 hours in length throughout a 10-week period. It is strongly recommended that you attend the workshop with your cohort. However, make-up workshops will be available as needed.

Tuesday Mornings:4/30/2019
 5/7/2019
 5/14/2019
 5/21/2019
 6/4/2019
 6/11/2019
 6/18/2019
 6/25/2019
 7/2/2019
 7/9/2019
Full 0  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Tue, Apr 30, 2019
2:00 PM
Tue, Apr 30, 2019
5:00 PM
Green Zone Training

Green Zone training is for faculty and staff desiring to learn more about the military affiliated student experience. Its goals are to train members of the UNCG community to know more about the issues and concerns faced by military affiliated students and to identify individuals who are available to assist this population. These individuals are not expected to be experts who can "solve problems." They are individuals who can lend a sympathetic ear and help the student veteran identify and connect with the appropriate resources.

SignUp 19  Seats MHRA 1215 Brad Wrenn
Wed, May 01, 2019
12:00 PM
Wed, May 01, 2019
1:00 PM
The Power of Voice: Speech Techniques to Help You Be Heard

Our most powerful tool is our voice. It has the power to spread love, hate, and apathy. It can soothe,
domineer, rejoice, but not everyone knows how to harness this tool effectively. There are some people
whose voice seems to command a room and others who fall flat. Help yourself stand out in a crowd with
this action-packed webinar. During this training, we will identify your particular linguistic style and how to
maximize your strengths. We’ll also engage in exercises to strengthen your voice so you can be heard.

At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
• Describe various sociolinguistic styles
• Understand the impact of speech
• Describe poor speech habits, including vocal fry, up-talking, nasal tones, and whisper-talking
• Practice a variety of vocal exercises

Target Audience: This workshop is for anyone who is looking to improve his or her voice and command a room.

**For Faculty/Staff Only**

SignUp 11  Seats Webinar Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, May 08, 2019
12:00 PM
Wed, May 08, 2019
1:00 PM
Estate Planning Basics

Believe it or not, you have an estate. In fact, nearly everyone does. Your estate is comprised of everything you own. No matter how large or how modest, everyone has an estate and something in common—you can’t take it with you when you die.

When that happens—and it is a “when” and not an “if”—you probably want to control how those things are given to the people or organizations you care most about.

Join Tracey Tidwell from the State Employees' Credit Union (SECU) for a presentation that covers Wills, Power of Attorney, Health Care Power of Attorney and Living Will, and HIPAA Authorization.

SignUp 20  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, May 15, 2019
12:00 PM
Wed, May 15, 2019
1:00 PM
Mental Health Awareness

At one time or another, everyone experiences symptoms of mental illness. Too frequently the response
to such symptoms in the workplace is confusion, fear, judgment, avoidance and outright rejection. This
leads to a worsening of symptoms and a deterioration of performance. This training is designed to reduce
the stigma associated with mental illness and to promote ways of supporting one another in the workplace.
The session will address signs and symptoms of distress and effective ways of providing support for coworkers. The training also will include exercises to develop these skills.

At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
• Understand the universality of mental health issues in the workplace
• Recognize the most common symptoms of mental illness
• Identify the most common unhelpful reactions to symptoms, why they occur and how to avoid them
• Identify ways of expressing compassion and support to a distressed co-worker
• Recognize the warning signs of suicide
• Become familiar with “Ask, Agree and Arrange” intervention
• Identify support services and resources for all employees

Target Audience: Employees interested in gaining a better understanding of mental health and supporting one another

**For Faculty/Staff Only**

SignUp 18  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, May 22, 2019
2:00 PM
Wed, May 22, 2019
3:30 PM
RUN, HIDE, FIGHT - Active Shooter Training

This workshop provides information on surviving an active shooter incident. "Shots Fired!" is the last thing you expect to hear in the workplace or at school. Unfortunately, the possibility of this violent event taking place in your community has become a reality that employees and students have to deal with. Although no one is exempt from this threat, injury or death does not have to be the inevitable outcome.

At the conclusion of this workshop, attendees will recognize the sound of gunfire, demonstrate the three response options, explain when each option should be used, and describe your interaction with law enforcement when they arrive.

Targeted Audience: All Students, Staff, and Faculty.

Instructors:S. C. Dedona, Support Services Captain;
A. Westbrook, Professional Standards Lieutenant

Recommended Additional Workshops: http://police.uncg.edu/Programs/RAD/

SignUp 24  Seats 1200 W. Gate City Blvd., UNCG Police Bldg. Room 212 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Thu, May 30, 2019
1:00 PM
Thu, Aug 08, 2019
4:00 PM
SuperVISION Certificate - Cohort 19

As a supervisor of EHRA non-faculty and SHRA employees, you play a vital role in UNCG's transformation. As you move through your career here at UNCG, completing the SuperVISION Certificate will give you the knowledge, skills and abilities to support you in developing your employees individually and as a team. Great leaders are individuals who are passionate about and confident in the work they do. They inspire others to excel. The SuperVISION Certificate is for supervisors of EHRA non-faculty and SHRA employees and those who have oversight of these categories of employees. The certificate requires completing 10 workshops, 2 hours in length throughout a 10-week period. It is strongly recommended that you attend the workshop with your cohort. However, make-up workshops will be available as needed.

Thursday Afternoons: 5/30/2019
 6/6/2019
 6/13/2019
 6/20/2019
 6/27/2019
 7/11/2019
 7/18/2019
 7/25/2019
 8/1/2019
 8/8/2019
SignUp 22  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jun 05, 2019
12:00 PM
Wed, Jun 05, 2019
1:00 PM
Overcoming Procrastination

Procrastination is rampant in today's business world.

Sure, it is easy to blame others for your inability to get things done: demanding bosses, or coworkers who interrupt you for help. But be honest, how often is it your own fault? Are you simply putting off doing what will still be in your in-box tomorrow? Do you make statements such as: "I do not have time to do it," "It makes sense to do the smaller tasks first to get them out of the way," "Once I get more energy, I can really focus on this." If so, there is a strong possibility that you have fallen into the 'Procrastination Trap'.

Pushing important tasks and projects off until later can cause emotional anguish and keep you from accomplishing professional and personal goals. This workshop will provide you with techniques and strategies to overcome procrastination in your work and personal life.

At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:

Identify what procrastination really is
* Describe the difference between procrastination and prioritization

Describe the reasons people tend to procrastinate
* Identify when lack of commitment plays a part
* Describe how fear can cause procrastination
* Identify when something is considered a low priority
* Describe the importance of having enough information
* Identify times when you are just not interested in doing something

Describe how to assign priorities effectively
* Identify criteria you can use to effectively prioritize tasks

Targeted Audience: Anyone interested in everyday tips about how to avoid procrastination.
*For Faculty/Staff only.*

Facilitator: ComPsych 

SignUp 18  Seats Webinar Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Thu, Jun 06, 2019
9:00 AM
Thu, Aug 15, 2019
12:00 PM
SuperVISION Certificate - Cohort 20

As a supervisor of EHRA non-faculty and SHRA employees, you play a vital role in UNCG's transformation. As you move through your career here at UNCG, completing the SuperVISION Certificate will give you the knowledge, skills and abilities to support you in developing your employees individually and as a team. Great leaders are individuals who are passionate about and confident in the work they do. They inspire others to excel. The SuperVISION Certificate is for supervisors of EHRA non-faculty and SHRA employees and those who have oversight of these categories of employees. The certificate requires completing 10 workshops, 2 hours in length throughout a 10-week period. It is strongly recommended that you attend the workshop with your cohort. However, make-up workshops will be available as needed.

 

Thursday Mornings:6/6/2019
 6/13/2019
 6/20/2019
 6/27/2019
 7/11/2019
 7/18/2019
 7/25/2019
 8/1/2019
 8/8/2019
 8/15/2019
SignUp 18  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jun 19, 2019
12:00 PM
Wed, Jun 19, 2019
1:00 PM
Secrets to Self-Motivation

We can do anything we set our minds to. But sometimes it can feel like our brains are working against us
when it comes to achieving our goals. Plans to learn a new skill, to get in shape or to save money keep
getting pushed back in the hopes that the Future You will handle it “someday.”


Your attitude and beliefs about your likelihood of success can predict whether or not you actually succeed.
If you actively keep your internal motivation high, you can significantly increase the likelihood of achieving
your hopes, dreams, and visions of your future.

At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
• Define what self-motivation is
• Understand four factors that contribute to self-motivation
• Learn how to keep self-motivation going

Target Audience: This workshop is for anyone who needs a boost in achieving their dreams.

**For Faculty/Staff Only**

SignUp 18  Seats Webinar Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Tue, Jul 16, 2019
1:00 PM
Tue, Sep 24, 2019
4:00 PM
SuperVISION Certificate - Cohort 21

As a supervisor of EHRA non-faculty and SHRA employees, you play a vital role in UNCG's transformation. As you move through your career here at UNCG, completing the SuperVISION Certificate will give you the knowledge, skills and abilities to support you in developing your employees individually and as a team. Great leaders are individuals who are passionate about and confident in the work they do. They inspire others to excel. The SuperVISION Certificate is for supervisors of EHRA non-faculty and SHRA employees and those who have oversight of these categories of employees. The certificate requires completing 10 workshops, 2 hours in length throughout a 10-week period. It is strongly recommended that you attend the workshop with your cohort. However, make-up workshops will be available as needed.

 

Tuesday Afternoons:7/16/2019
 7/23/2019
 7/30/2019
 8/6/2019
 8/13/2019
 8/20/2019
 8/27/2019
 9/10/2019
 9/17/2019
 9/24/2019
SignUp 23  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jul 17, 2019
12:00 PM
Wed, Jul 17, 2019
1:00 PM
How to Receive Criticism and Make It Work for You

Receiving criticism is an important and valuable skill. To achieve success in any endeavor we must be able to tolerate critical feedback and learn from it. However, receiving criticism is difficult for most people. Upon receiving criticism we feel vulnerable and become defensive and thereby miss opportunities to benefit from feedback.

This workshop will help you explore why we become defensive, deliver tips for knowing when your 'hot button' has been pushed and how to accept and integrate useful criticism. The training will also instruct through examples and/or role play.

At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:

Describe why criticism sometimes hurts
* Identify emotions that get triggered when one is criticized
* Describe how feedback can feel like an attack on your identity

Identify ways to respond effectively to criticism
* Describe methods used to protect your ego
* Identify ways to acknowledge that you heard the feedback
* Describe the types of probing questions you can ask to reap benefits from the criticism

Targeted Audience: Anyone looking to learn and grow through the criticism they receive from others.
*For Faculty/Staff only.*

Facilitator: ComPsych

SignUp 17  Seats Webinar Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jul 31, 2019
12:00 PM
Wed, Jul 31, 2019
1:00 PM
Becoming a Team Player

In today's work world, we often need to work in groups of people who have many differences, and yet supposed to seamlessly form an effective team. We've all heard the term "team building," and at one point or another most of us have gone through a teambuilding process, whether we know it or not. But what exactly is teambuilding and how can it be successfully used to help diverse groups work together more effectively? Understanding the main building blocks and development stages of teams can give any group of people the right tools to form a cohesive and productive group.

At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
* Describe the seven practices of highly effective teams
* Identify your own strengths
* Identify your areas for improvement
* Describe 10 common team problems
* Identify what you can do to avoid the 10 most common team problems
* Identify ways to work effectively with others
* Describe how conflict forms
* Describe how individual backgrounds can lead to issues in the workplace
* Identify ways to adapt based on peoples' behavior styles

Target Audience: Anyone looking for tips on how to work better within their teams.
**For Faculty and Staff Only**

SignUp 18  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Aug 07, 2019
12:00 PM
Wed, Aug 07, 2019
1:00 PM
Building Trust

Trust is an essential component of successful relationships both at work and in one's personal life. By establishing yourself as a person in whom others can put their trust, you can position yourself for greater personal happiness and professional success. Earning trust can take time and is not always easy, however. This workshop will describe several practices that help people build personal trust and credibility.

At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
Describe trust as a long-term strategy
* Identify the difference between trust and persuasiveness

Identify the three components of earning trust
* Describe how empathy can help you earn trust
* Describe how honesty can help you earn trust
* Describe how reliability can help you earn trust

Identify ways to overcome common trust barriers
* Describe ways to overcome difficult past experiences
* Describe ways to overcome fear of getting hurt

Target Audience: Anyone looking for ways to make sure others view them as trustworthy.

**For Faculty/Staff Only**

Instructor: ComPsych

SignUp 20  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Aug 21, 2019
12:00 PM
Wed, Aug 21, 2019
1:00 PM
Mindfulness: Being Present in Your Work and Life

The idea of mindfulness or being mindful is complete engagement in the present moment. It is a state where you are not thinking, reflecting, judging or deciding, but are instead simply experiencing the things currently in your available experience. In many ways, people are largely unaware of our present moment and often operate on "auto-pilot" to some degree. The auto-pilot mode is our default mode of operation. Even when we find ourselves in a pleasurable quiet moment we automatically begin to daydream about others, plan/worry about the future or ruminate about the past. We miss living in the present moment because we fail to pay attention to it. Mindfulness is about waking up to the present moment and paying attention to our experience. Learning mindfulness is not difficult; however, it is difficult to remember to do it. This training discusses mindfulness and how to incorporate its practice into your life.

At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:

Describe mindfulness
* Identify the two ways we experience the world
* Identify the seven components of mindfulness

Describe the benefits developing mindfulness
* Describe how greater mindfulness results in improved concentration on tasks
* Describe the ways in which mindfulness can improve the quality of your relationships
* Describe how mindfulness will result in greater emotional control and a reduction in impulsive actions

Identify ways of practicing mindfulness in your life
* Identify several methods of mindfulness practice
* Identify ways you can incorporate mindfulness in everyday activities

Target Audience: Anyone interested in learning how to enrich their lives and learn skills applicable to stress reduction.
*For Faculty/Staff only.*

Facilitator: ComPsych

SignUp 19  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Thu, Aug 22, 2019
9:00 AM
Thu, Oct 24, 2019
12:00 PM
SuperVISION Certificate - Cohort 22

As a supervisor of EHRA non-faculty and SHRA employees, you play a vital role in UNCG's transformation. As you move through your career here at UNCG, completing the SuperVISION Certificate will give you the knowledge, skills and abilities to support you in developing your employees individually and as a team. Great leaders are individuals who are passionate about and confident in the work they do. They inspire others to excel. The SuperVISION Certificate is for supervisors of EHRA non-faculty and SHRA employees and those who have oversight of these categories of employees. The certificate requires completing 10 workshops, 2 hours in length throughout a 10-week period. It is strongly recommended that you attend the workshop with your cohort. However, make-up workshops will be available as needed.

 

Thursday Mornings:8/22/2019
 8/29/2019
 9/5/2019
 9/12/2019
 9/19/2019
 9/26/2019
 10/3/2019
 10/10/2019
 10/17/2019
 10/24/2019
SignUp 23  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Sep 04, 2019
12:00 PM
Wed, Sep 04, 2019
1:00 PM
Reinventing Yourself

We have the choice of reinventing ourselves as a positive response to change. Austrian bodybuilder Arnold
Schwarzenegger won Mr. Universe and other body-building titles, then moved to a successful acting career
and then was elected governor of California.

We can choose to reinvent ourselves as the people we would like to become, rather than waiting for the
future to find us. This session will look at getting started with self-reflection and planning. We’ll also look at
self-improvement techniques. The role of mentors will be examined as well as ways to stay motivated.

By the end of this workshop, you will:
• Understand the reasons people reinvent themselves
• Know some first steps for personal reinvention
• Discuss different techniques people use to reinvent themselves
• Know behaviors that help people succeed at reinvention
• Discuss habits that help people support their reinvention

Target Audience: This workshop is for people who are curious about reinventing themselves as a response to changes at work, at home, or within them.

**For Faculty/Staff Only**

SignUp 16  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Tue, Sep 10, 2019
9:00 AM
Tue, Nov 12, 2019
12:00 PM
SuperVISION Certificate - Cohort 23

As a supervisor of EHRA non-faculty and SHRA employees, you play a vital role in UNCG's transformation. As you move through your career here at UNCG, completing the SuperVISION Certificate will give you the knowledge, skills and abilities to support you in developing your employees individually and as a team. Great leaders are individuals who are passionate about and confident in the work they do. They inspire others to excel. The SuperVISION Certificate is for supervisors of EHRA non-faculty and SHRA employees and those who have oversight of these categories of employees. The certificate requires completing 10 workshops, 2 hours in length throughout a 10-week period. It is strongly recommended that you attend the workshop with your cohort. However, make-up workshops will be available as needed.

Tuesday Mornings: 9/10/2019
 9/17/2019
 9/24/2019
 10/1/2019
 10/8/2019
 10/15/2019
 10/22/2019
 10/29/2019
 11/5/2019
 11/12/2019
SignUp 23  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Sep 18, 2019
12:00 PM
Wed, Sep 18, 2019
1:00 PM
Effective Communication

Why is interpersonal communication important? Personal success depends on our ability to communicate. Effective human relations depend on our communication skills. Overall, interpersonal communication skills are necessary for understanding and for action. This workshop explores interpersonal skills and techniques necessary for successful interactions.

At the end of this workshop you will be able to:

Identify the characteristics of poor communication
* Describe your experience with people who do not communicate well

Identify the characteristics of effective communication
* Describe your experience with people you consider excellent communicators

Describe the importance of listening
* Identify barriers to effective listening
* Describe techniques to overcome those barriers

Describe the importance of communicating with whole messages
* Describe the dangers of contaminated messages
* Describe the dangers of partial messages

Target Audience: Anyone who wants to improve their communications skills at home and at work.*For Faculty/Staff Only*

Facilitator: ComPsych

SignUp 17  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Oct 02, 2019
12:00 PM
Wed, Oct 02, 2019
1:00 PM
Coping During Uncertain Times

People have a powerful need to understand and predict their environments in order to feel in control.
When we are exposed to potential threats to our well-being, we naturally respond to this uncertainty with
anxiety and fear. This training will address ways of effectively coping with uncertainty in today’s media-saturated world. The course will examine how to remain positive and functional despite the risks of living in
a changing world. Included will be practical tips for coping with uncertainty, re-establishing control and how
to speak to children about fear.

At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
• Understand the impacts of certainty on your emotions, perceptions, and behaviors
• Recognize ways of discerning actual risks from perceptions
• Identify means of asserting control and letting go of fear
• Learn techniques to minimize your stress and cope with uncertainty
• Identify ways to help children respond to uncertainty

Target Audience: Employees impacted by uncertainty and wishing to cope more effectively

**For Faculty/Staff Only**

SignUp 19  Seats Webinar Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Oct 16, 2019
12:00 PM
Wed, Oct 16, 2019
1:00 PM
Being Part of a Multigenerational Team

For the first time in history, there is the possibility that an organization can have four distinct generations in the workforce. While we need to be careful not to make too many generalizations about different age groups, it is helpful to categorize some aspects of each group's behavior, needs and working styles to promote working relationships built on mutual understanding.

This session will provide each participant with the understanding of the different working styles, preferences and how each generation expects to be treated as employees. By understanding these differences, each person can contribute to the success of the team and organization regardless of generation.

At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
* Recognize the generational differences of Seniors, Baby Boomers, Gen Xers and Millennials
* Understand the strengths and challenges each generation brings to a team
* Create a personal development plan for working successfully with multiple generations

Target Audience: All employees who are interested in learning about the different generations in today's workforce.

**For Faculty/Staff Only**

SignUp 17  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Oct 30, 2019
12:00 PM
Wed, Oct 30, 2019
1:00 PM
Running on "E" Adding Energy and Fun to Your Work

Longer hours, increased responsibilities, constant change, accelerated pace of business, intensified pressure...But this doesn't mean you can't have fun and enjoy your work. This workshop will help you not only to survive but also thrive in today's high-pressure world. By unleashing your energy, igniting your enthusiasm and finding fun in your job, you're sure to maximize your work performance and even enjoy it!

At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:

Describe what causes fluctuations in energy level
* Identify how to change what causes the stress that lowers your energy
* Identify how to change your mindset about stress and your energy level

Describe the three keys to raising your energy level
* Describe how to add commitment to your life
* Describe how to add challenge to your life
* Describe how to add control to your life

Identify the characteristics of your energy zones
* Describe the high energy zone
* Describe the anxiety zone
* Identify ways to add fun to your workday

Target Audience: Anyone who would like to add energy and fun to their workday.
**For Faculty/Staff Only**

Facilitator: ComPsych

SignUp 18  Seats Webinar Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Nov 06, 2019
12:00 PM
Wed, Nov 06, 2019
1:00 PM
Giving Effective Feedback in Personal or Work Situations

Giving effective feedback is difficult. Most people avoid opportunities to give constructive feedback and give infrequent and often unhelpful positive feedback. This session addresses strategies on how to deliver effective feedback at work or at home. The training will offer multiple examples and provide participants with ample practice to learn how to give feedback that helps individuals improve performance.

At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
* Identify when it's best to give positive feedback vs. when to give critical feedback
* Identify when it's best to praise effort vs. talent
* Discuss uses of "positive intent" when giving critical feedback
* Employ image-centered compliments
* Use judgment-free language to reduce defensiveness and creative freeze
* Identify and practice simple strategies to initiate feedback delivery

Target Audience: This workshop is for anyone who wishes to improve their delivery of feedback.

**For Faculty/Staff Only**

SignUp 18  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Dec 04, 2019
12:00 PM
Wed, Dec 04, 2019
1:00 PM
Becoming a Team Player

In today's work world, we often need to work in groups of people who have many differences, and yet supposed to seamlessly form an effective team. We've all heard the term "team building," and at one point or another most of us have gone through a teambuilding process, whether we know it or not. But what exactly is teambuilding and how can it be successfully used to help diverse groups work together more effectively? Understanding the main building blocks and development stages of teams can give any group of people the right tools to form a cohesive and productive group.

At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
* Describe the seven practices of highly effective teams
* Identify your own strengths
* Identify your areas for improvement
* Describe 10 common team problems
* Identify what you can do to avoid the 10 most common team problems
* Identify ways to work effectively with others
* Describe how conflict forms
* Describe how individual backgrounds can lead to issues in the workplace
* Identify ways to adapt based on peoples' behavior styles

Target Audience: Anyone looking for tips on how to work better within their teams.
**For Faculty and Staff Only**

SignUp 18  Seats Webinar Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
A Quiet Discussion: The Introverts Workshop

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST.

In a culture where being social and outgoing are prized above all else, it can be difficult, even shameful, to be an introvert. In Susan Cain's Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking, Cain combines research with personal experiences to outline our country's perceived preference for extroverted behavior. Explore the true strengths of introverts and how to manage personality style differences in the workplace through this workshop. 

SignUp 47  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Building High Performance Teams

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. "High Performance Teams." Just three simple words but we know how difficult it can be. This class is for leaders - project managers, supervisors, team leads - who need to get more done with the team they lead. We will learn the six key characteristics of successful teams that provide the framework for an enlightening discussion of what it takes for a team to produce great results.

SignUp 25  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Conflict Resolution for Supervisors

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. This leadership course focuses on ways that you as supervisors can work with your employees to resolve conflict in the workplace. It provides practical steps and techniques that everyone can learn. The purpose of this course is to provide you with the knowledge to recognize causes of workplace conflict, to facilitate resolution of conflict and how to manage the work relationships once the conflict has been resolved.

SignUp 17  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Conversational Presenting

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. Conversational Presenting is useful in public speaking. More specifically, it is excellent for communicating qualitative research, as well as general information, on various topics during meetings or conferences, because it allows the presenter to be more fluent. Researchers agree that conversational presenting keeps audiences engaged - it is usually easier to listen to someone who is speaking in a conversational manner. In this workshop, participants will learn different strategies to enhance their personal presenting styles for increased engagement and participant satisfaction.

SignUp 49  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Dealing with Difficult People: How to Bring Out the Best in People at Their Worst

This is an INTEREST ONLY WORKSHOP. Please register to indicate your interest. 

UNCG's Human Resources is offering a workshop on dealing with difficult people. You know them. And, while you can't change difficult people, you can communicate with them in such a way that they seem to change themselves. It's about knowing how to get through to them when they're behaving badly. This course will help you to identify and put together elements of effective communication with problem people.

SignUp 26  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Documenting Employment Actions

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. The goal of good documentation is to create a record of employment, including facts of incidences and the steps and actions by the employer in an employment matter. Effective documentation serves as an aid to future managers and HR professionals for historical perspective, audits and legal claims.

SignUp 31  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
EEODF: Equal Opportunity and Diversity Fundamentals in the Workplace Level I (Supervisors and Managers)

EEODF Level I is a hybrid online and one-day classroom course which is designed with the latest information needed to help supervisor and managers understand equal employment opportunity/affirmative action laws in the context of daily work situations for an increasingly diverse workforce. The training will also provide applicable information such as case studies, effective hiring practices, rights and responsibilities, and inclusive practices to help you work more effectively with a diverse workforce. To register for EEODF Level I go to the Office of State Human Resources NC Learning Center. Click here to access the NC Learning Center. A Quick Reference Guide is available which provides step-by-step instructions to access the NC Learning Center Learning Management Center.

UNC Greensboro classroom sessions are scheduled for the following dates from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm:

Friday, February 8, 2019

Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Tuesday, October 22, 2019.

Full 0  Seats Register online through NC Learning Center for location Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Employment Law for Non-Attorneys

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. Because the interplay of three major employment laws - the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and Workers' Compensation - is so complicated and fraught with problems, many HR professionals often refer to these three laws as the Bermuda Triangle of employment law. It is essential for you, as supervisors and managers to know about and to understand the interplay of these laws to ensure legal compliance as well as to provide employees with the benefits and protections each law provides.

SignUp 38  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
How Safe Are You at Work?: Understanding Workplace Violence

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. Today we hear of domestic violence, crime, school shootings, protests turning violent and terrorist events spilling into our work environments. Workplace violence is not limited to your current or former employees; it may be perpetrated by customers, family members or even strangers fixated on making a statement. The primary focus of this training is to help supervisors be more aware of warning signs of potential violent situations and steps you can take to keep yourself and others out of harm's way. But if there is a situation that cannot be stopped, you also need to be aware of our emergency response procedures so that you can assist employees.

SignUp 42  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
How to Ace an Interview: Be a STAR!

Practice using the STAR Method on these common behavioral interviewing questions:

* "Describe a situation in which you were able to use persuasion to successfully convince someone to see things your way."
* "Describe a time when you were faced with a stressful situation that demonstrated your coping skills."
* "Give me a specific example of a time when you used good judgement and logic in solving a problem."
* "Give me an example of a time when you set a goal and were able to meet or achieve it."

Target Audience: Anyone wishing to improve their interviewing ability.

Instructor: Sarah Dreier-Kasik, Learning Coordinator, Human Resources

**For Faculty and Staff Only**

SignUp 50  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
If Emily Post Only Knew: Business Etiquette

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. While the use of good business etiquette will not make up for technical knowledge in the workplace, bad manners and poor etiquette can cost employees and the organizations they work for which they work. From email etiquette to how to dress and act professionally in the workplace, and communicate effectively using email and social tools. Practicing business etiquette doesn't mean pretending to be someone you're not. Brimming with practical, up-to-date tips on minding your business manners, "If Emily Post Only Knew: Business Etiquette" guides you through the tricky territory of office etiquette with real-life stories and workplace scenarios.

SignUp 24  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
If You Want It Done Right, You Don't Have to Do It Yourself: Delegating Effectively

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. Supervisors who delegate provide developmental and job enrichment opportunities for their employees while freeing themselves up to focus on other responsibilities. This workshop uses several learning techniques including scenarios and skill practices to explore effective delegation. Information is provided on "when, how and to whom" to delegate an assignment.

SignUp 16  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
INVITATION ONLY: EEODF: Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity Fundamentals Level II (Executive Managers)

EEODF Level II is a one-day-only classroom course designed with the latest information needed to help executive managers understand equal employment opportunity/affirmative action laws in the context of daily work situations for an increasingly diverse workforce. The training will also provide applicable information such as case studies, effective hiring practices, rights and responsibilities, and inclusive practices to help you work more effectively with a diverse workforce. Level II participants can choose one of two available classroom training dates: Friday, June 21, 2019 or Friday, June 28, 2019.


Participants expected to attend EEODF Level II will receive a special registration invitation from Sarah Dreier-Kasik, Learning & Development Consultant by November 30, 2018. If you are an executive manager and did not receive an
invitation to select a classroom session for Level II, please email or call Sarah at s_dreier@uncg.edu or at 336-334-9795.

Full 0  Seats Bryan 113 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Just Who is Protected in Protected Classes?: Federal Discrimination Laws

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), the Equal Pay Act (EPA), the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) are key federal laws that prohibit employers, including employment agencies and unions, with at least 15 employees (20 employees for ADEA), from discriminating in employment based on race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity and sexual orientation), national origin, disability, age or genetic information. These laws also prohibit retaliation against persons who complain of discrimination or participate in an equal employment opportunity (EEO) investigation.

SignUp 41  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Lead a Colorful Life: Color Coding Your Personality

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. The Color Code Personality Assessment is an accurate, comprehensive, and easy to use personality test. And it's fun too! Unlike other personality tests, the 4 Color Codes not only identify what you do but why you do it, allowing you to gain much deeper and more useful insights into what makes you and those around you tick. You will find yourself in a least one of the predominant colors such as RED, WHITE, YELLOW, or BLUE. If you'd like to improve a relationship with anyone in your life, gain an advantage at the office, or just get to know yourself a little better, we invite you to take our Color Code class.

SignUp 25  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Leaders Confronting Workplace Bullying

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. According to the February 2014 Workplace Bullying Institute's U.S. Workplace Bullying Survey, 27% of employees have current or past experience with bullying, bosses are the majority of bullies, and 72% of employers deny, discount, encourage, rationalize or defend it. Because of this continuing prevalence of workplace bullying and its harmful effects, it is important for employers to know how to recognize, confront and stop bullying in their workplaces.

SignUp 38  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Managing UP: Tactics for Working Better with Your Boss

Working well with the boss or multiple bosses requires exceptional people skills, time management and diplomacy.

This course is designed to help those who want to develop the skills for systematically improving relationships with the leaders they support. At the end of this course, you should be able to:
* Assess the status of their current relationship with their boss
* Identify concrete actions they can take to make improvements
* Demonstrate how to effectively meet with the boss to discuss status, problems and opportunities.
* Effectively convey an image that enhances a boss' reputation
* Explain actions they can take for dealing with difficult bosses

**For Faculty and Staff Only**

SignUp 50  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Managing Your Time Effectively: Stop Chasing the Clock

There are only 24 hours in your day, 168 hours in your week and it seems that more than ever, people are living busy, chaotic lives that often leave them feeling overwhelmed and out of control. Fortunately, there are many tools available to help people gain control, but finding what works for you is the key. The purpose of this workshop is to help you sort through the tools available to help you organize your life, and pick the ones that will work for you. The good news is that there is enough time for the things you need to get done and want to do. Learn how to better manage your time with useful tips and online tools.

Targeted Audience: All interested employees.
*For Faculty/Staff only.*

Instructor: Sarah Dreier-Kasik, HR Learning and Development Consultant, Human Resources

SignUp 50  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Moving Mountains: Being a Leader in a Culture of Change

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. The road to transformation requires many changes. As a leader, you are challenged to serve as a change agent, create a positive environment of excitement around the potential benefits of change, and support your team's efforts to adapt and maintain change initiatives.

SignUp 33  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Performance Appraisal Training

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. New system, new annual performance appraisals, reviews and evaluations. These are all terms used to describe the process for documenting and communicating employees' performance.Although many managers and employees dread performance appraisals as the yearly "report card," it is important for both employees and managers to understand the role these appraisals play in documenting performance and upholding the company's performance management philosophy.

SignUp 30  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Positive Personality Profiles: Myers Briggs Temperament Indicator (MBTI) Insights to Understand Yourself and Others

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST.The Myers Briggs Temperament Indicator (MBTI) profile is a non-judgmental tool used for discussion of people's behavioral differences. When you participate in this MBTI program, you'll be asked to complete a series of questions that produce a report about your personality and behavior. Bring that profile to the workshop. Understanding your MBTI profile will increase your self-knowledge, how you respond to conflict, what motivates you, what causes you stress and how you solve problems. Applying what you learn about MBTI profiles will improve working relationships by recognizing the communication needs of others.

SignUp 1  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Providing an Excellent Customer Experience

"Your customer doesn't care how much you know until they know how much you care." ~Damon Richards.

Providing a quality, consistent customer experience needs to be at the forefront of every touch at all times. Customer service is not simply the interaction between the serving and the served. Tips for identifying, creating, applying and maintaining excellent customer service are provided in this workshop.

Targeted Audience: All employees
**For Faculty/Staff Only.**

Instructor: Sarah Dreier-Kasik, Learning and Development Coordinator, Human Resources

Prerequisites: None.

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Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Seek and Find Talented Employees: Talent Acquisition for Leadership

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. Talent management is the strategic management of the flow of talent through an organization. Its purpose is to assure that the supply of talent is available to align the right people with the right jobs at the right time based on strategic business objectives. Finding and hiring great employees series of policies, practices and procedures designed to minimize the probability of hiring questionable, or unqualified candidates. This course will help you to identify candidates who are capable, trustworthy, and best suited to the job requirements.

SignUp 39  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
SHRA Performance Management: Campus-Wide Information Session

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. Performance Management is a tool to engage both the employee and the supervisor in conversations about future goals and continuous improvement. This tool represents an opportunity to connect with your supervisor to gain insight and a better understanding of your role in the University's performance management policy, required forms, and guidelines.

SignUp 42  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
SHRA Performance Management: Supervisor Training

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST.Performance Management is a tool through which managers and supervisors communicate with employees regarding their job performance. The three phases of performance management include planning, managing, and appraising. Each phase represents an opportunity for managers and supervises to connect with their employees on important business needs.Successful performance management communication aligns performance expectations with an employee's understanding of how his or her position supports the mission of both their department and the University. Human Resources is proud to introduce STEPS2EXCELLENCE, a performance program designed to guiding supervisors and their employees to taking giant steps.

SignUp 36  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Stages of Team Development

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. Groups have worked together to accomplish organizational goals for many years. The successful team is the cornerstone of leadership at the University. The basics of effective teambuilding will be addressed such as understanding the stages of team development; creating norms and work expectations; making decisions and solving problems; and continuing team success.

SignUp 38  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
State Authorization Reciprocity and You!

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST.Federal and state regulations require that all institutions of higher education comply with existing state laws regarding distance learning. As these regulations are continuously evolving, UNCG makes every effort to maintain compliance. Not only has UNCG has developed a network of universities, state regulators, and public interest groups to make the most informed decisions about compliance issues, we have joined a nationally recognized reciprocity agreement for State Authorization compliance. In this workshop, you will learn how UNCG's participation in the National Council for SARA (NC SARA) pact impacts the University' ability to offer distance education programs, courses and certificate programs, internship opportunities etc. to students who participate in these types of activities outside of the state of North Carolina.

SignUp 49  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Strategic Planning

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. Strategic planning plays an essential role by clarifying what's important. It's the One Thing that must be accomplished as a result of our day-to-day efforts. Usually tactical and operational efforts tend to dominate our daily work because they are immediate - sometimes crises - and stare us in the face. In this course you will learn how to become a strategic thinker and understand different approaches to strategic planning.

SignUp 20  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Termination Conversations for Managers

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. Making the decision to terminate an employee and conducting the termination meeting are two of the most difficult responsibilities managers have. Knowledge of the laws and best practices as well as training help both the manager and the employee end the relationship on a positive note. It is essential that all managers, acquire appropriate knowledge to make these important decisions and to conduct professional termination meetings.

SignUp 44  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
The Details Matter: Continuous Improvement

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. Performance measurement is essential for continuous improvement in organizations. The course will focus on input, process, output, and outcome measures through examples from profit and not-for-profit organizations. In addition, the course will stimulate critical discussion and reflection (amongst the participants) on measuring performance for continuous improvement in their respective organizations.

SignUp 41  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
The Five Most Important Questions: Meeting the Needs of Your Customers

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. When it comes to meeting or exceeding the needs of our customers, aren't the simple questions are sometimes the hardest to ask? Isn't it logical that simple questions like, "Who is my boss or bosses?"; "What do they need from me?"; and "How will I deliver on their expectations?". The most basic questions require us to make blunt and honest - sometimes painful self-assessments. This course will guide you through the steps of self-assessment and planning for improvement which will result in delivering on the expectations of your customers; and your results will ultimately support the mission of your Division or Department.

SignUp 29  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
The Key to Customer "Delight": The Journey to Excellence

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. This workshop will provide an understanding around enhancing customer satisfaction and creating "delight" for both internal and external customers on an on-going basis. In addition, the course will stimulate discussion and reflection focusing on customer relationships and continuous improvement; looking at total commitment in achieving the goals and mission of the organization.

SignUp 50  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
The Leader as Coach: Coaching for Real Results

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. Taking an interest and active role in employee development is a key tool for keeping staff engaged, developing their skills, and encouraging enthusiasm about their contributions to the organization. Coaching is one of the most powerful activities a supervisor or manager can practice. This course reviews the fundamentals of workplace coaching.

SignUp 28  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Thriving in the Workplace Through the Power of Perfomance, Play and Improvisation!

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST.A three-part workshop on developing your improvisational skills for being happier, more satisfied, and more effective in the workplace. Led by popular and award-winning teacher and scholar, Dr. Omar Ali, the workshops are designed for participants who want to change their workplace environments so that they are more joyful and productive places to be. Combining the latest and most innovative research in developmental psychology, business performance, theater, and improvisation, Ali walks participants through a brief history of science regarding human development, play, and learning before launching into improvisational techniques and exercises. Grounded in the developmental methodology of the Russian psychologist Lev Vygotsky and the work of the American developmental psychologist Lois Holzman, Ali brings the latest science of play and performance to life.

SignUp 38  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
TSERS: Retirement Workshop

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. This workshop is designed for members of the Teachers' and State Employees' Retirement System (TSERS). All TSERS members are welcome to attend, but the topics will be most relevant to mid to late career employees.

Topics will include retirement calculations, conversion of sick leave to service, retiree health insurance vesting, the process to initiate monthly retirement payments and more. Please feel free to bring a spouse, or partner.
*For Faculty/Staff Only*

Instructor: Emily Foust, Benefits Manager, Human Resources

Please note this is not a financial planning workshop.
Suggested Additional Workshops: Workshops on retirement, financial planning, and individual sessions with vendors/financial planners are offered throughout the year.

SignUp 50  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Working Across the Generations: How to Solve the Generational Puzzle at Work

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. Generational misunderstandings happen all the time in our personal life but what happens when it is on the institutional level? Anything that encourages managers to think analytically and creatively about how to better understand their employees is constructive. This workshop will examine the question: "In which areas do you see the greatest differences among your company's employees who are from different generations?" You will understand how specific managerial tactics can be used to get employees of all ages working productively together.

SignUp 43  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
You Are Not the Boss, But You're Managing a Project

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST.In today's workplace, employees are routinely expected to coordinate and manage projects. Yet, chances are, you aren't formally trained in the leadership complexities of managing projects - you're an unofficial project manager. In this fun and interactive course, you will understand the importance of organization in project completion and explain why people are crucial in the formula for success. This course offers practical, real-world insights for effective project management and guides you through the essentials of the people and project management process. Change the way you think about project management - "project manager" may not be your official title, but with the right strategies, you can excel.

SignUp 30  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Your Hidden Employee Paycheck

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. Human Resource professionals often use the term "hidden paycheck" to refer to the employer's contributions to employee benefits of which employees are generally unaware. As your employer, UNCG is diligent about providing information to you, our employees, on our pay structure and how your individual employee pay is calculated. We also like to communicate to you periodically the total value of your compensation, which includes what we call the "hidden paycheck" of all the benefits, mandatory and voluntary, that the company sponsors and contributes to. In this course you will learn more about these benefits.

SignUp 33  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Your Personal Efficiency Program: Get Organized and Do More Work in Less Time

PLEASE SIGN UP IF INTERESTED. DATE WILL BE DETERMINED BASED ON INTEREST. Do you feel like you are always short of time? Do you have too much work to do and feel overwhelmed? Would you like more time to do what you value most? When asked these questions, most people will answer "yes". You can overcome these problems and accomplish what is important to your work and to you. You can still find time for yourself, your family and for the things you like to do. This course is designed for those who would like to get a handle on their workload and want to stop feeling overwhelmed.

SignUp 28  Seats TBD Sarah Dreier-Kasik
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
10:00 AM
Wed, Jan 01, 2020
12:00 AM
Leaders Confronting Workplace Bullying

According to the February 2014 Workplace Bullying Institute's U.S. Workplace Bullying Survey, 27% of employees have current or past experience with bullying, bosses are the majority of bullies, and 72% of employers deny, discount, encourage, rationalize or defend it. Because of this continuing prevalence of workplace bullying and its harmful effects, it is important for employers to know how to recognize, confront and stop bullying in their workplaces.

SignUp 18  Seats 1200 W. Gate City Blvd., UNCG Police Dept., Room 108 Sarah Dreier-Kasik
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