Workshops & Events: Human Resources

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START DATE & TIME END DATE & TIME TITLE SIGN UP SEATS AVAILABLE LOCATION CONTACT
Wednesday
Apr/23/2014
10:00 AM
Wednesday
Apr/23/2014
11:00 AM
Using Improvisation to Create Developmental Conversations in the Workplace - Pt. 3
***NEW***
Part III: Refining our improv techniques and deepening the dialogue about creating our own development through new kinds of performances both in and out of the office.

Instructor: Omar H. Ali, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, African American Studies

Location: 113 Bryan - HR Training Room

Duration: 1 hour

Credits: Managerial and Supervisory Development (elective), Communication, Performance Management, Personal Development, Workplace Climate

16 seats 113 Bryan - HR Training Room Ashley Corbett
Wednesday
Apr/23/2014
12:00 PM
Wednesday
Apr/23/2014
01:00 PM
Paying for College
Do you plan on paying the cost of college for yourself, your children, or a loved one? The workshop will explore options for financing college and provides basics of the financial aid process and timeline.

Instructor: Peter Olson, Wells Fargo at Work Relationship Manager

Location: 113 Bryan - HR Training Room

Duration: 1 hour

Credits: Personal Development

20 seats 113 Bryan - HR Training Room Ashley Corbett
Thursday
Apr/24/2014
09:00 AM
Thursday
Apr/24/2014
11:30 AM
Position & Performance Management
Intended audience: All interested faculty and staff. Emphasis is on supervisors SPA leading employees.

At least 3 participants to have class.

Instructor: Angela L. Mahoney, PHR, HR Consultant-Classification/Compensation Manager

Location: 113 Bryan - HR Training Room

Duration: 2.5 hours

Credits: Managerial and Supervisory Development (core), Performance Management, Policies

19 seats 113 Bryan - HR Training Room Ashley Corbett
Thursday
Apr/24/2014
02:00 PM
Thursday
Apr/24/2014
05:00 PM
Intercultural Sensitivity: Looking Through Other Eyes
Intended audience: All employees interested in incorporating intercultural competency into curriculum (as part of our university-wide internationalization plan) and/or into their daily professional/personal lives. Note: All enrollees are required to take the DMIS instrument one week prior to class. The fee is $12.00. See the instructions for taking the test and the payment procedure in the Documents section of Detail.

Instructor: Dr. Penelope Pynes, Associate Provost, International Programs Center

Location: 206 Foust

Duration: 3 hours

Credits: Managerial & Supervisory Development (elective), Communication, Diversity, Performance Management, Personal Development

20 seats 206 Foust Ashley Corbett
Friday
Apr/25/2014
10:00 AM
Friday
Apr/25/2014
12:00 PM
Undergraduate/Graduate Student Forms Training
The workshop will provide a primer on Undergraduate and Graduate Student employee personnel action forms.

Instructor: Mitzi Burchinal, GRS, Director, Budget, Personnel and Planning; Wendy Clayborne, HRS, Employee Services Specialist (Student)

Location: 113 Bryan - HR Training Room

Duration: 2 hours

Credits: Managerial & Supervisory Development (core), Policies

18 seats 113 Bryan - HR Training Room Ashley Corbett
Tuesday
Apr/29/2014
10:00 AM
Tuesday
Apr/29/2014
11:00 AM
New SPA Grievance Policy Training
This informational session will review and discuss the changes to the SPA Grievance Policy effective May 1, 2014. Instructor: Don Shore, Human Resources Room: Bryan 113
11 seats HRS Training Room- Bryan 113 Ashley Corbett
Thursday
May/01/2014
10:00 AM
Thursday
May/01/2014
11:00 AM
New SPA Grievance Policy Training
This informational session will review and discuss the changes to the SPA Grievance Policy effective May 1, 2014. Instructor: Don Shore, UNCG Human Resources Location: Bryan 113
14 seats HRS Training Room- Bryan 113 Ashley Corbett
Wednesday
May/07/2014
10:00 AM
Wednesday
May/07/2014
12:00 PM
EPA Non-Faculty Position Compensation Management
This course will provide an overview of UNCG's compensation philosophy and processes for EPA Non-Faculty positions. Participants will gain a better understanding of how administrative and professional positions are classified and compensated, learn what the current Board of Governor salary protocols and guidelines are required, and what are the business forms and processes to request a position and compensation action. Topics to be covered include: compensation compliance, compensation pay ranges, managing internal equity and external competitiveness.

Instructor: Gwen Evans, HR Consultant-Compensation Manager, HR

Location: 113 Bryan - HR Training Room

Duration: 2 hours

Credits: Managerial & Supervisory Development (core), Performance Management, Policies

23 seats 113 Bryan - HR Training Room Ashley Corbett
Tuesday
May/13/2014
12:00 PM
Tuesday
May/13/2014
01:00 PM
Identity Theft
Money safety and security. This seminar teaches how to avoid losing your hard-earned cash to scams, fraud, and identity theft. We will also discuss how bank policies can safeguard you and give you additional contacts/resources on protecting your identity.

Instructor: Peter Olson, Wells Fargo at Work Relationship Manager

Location: 113 Bryan - HR Training Room

Duration: 1 hour

23 seats 113 Bryan - HR Training Room Ashley Corbett
Wednesday
May/14/2014
10:00 AM
Wednesday
May/14/2014
12:00 PM
Managing "Lean" Projects in a University Environment: A Toolkit
Instructor: Kim Zinke, Project Manager of the Office of Assessment and Accreditation; Sean Farrell, IT Analyst, Human Resources

Location: 113 Bryan - HR Training Room

Duration: 2 hours

Credits: Managerial & Supervisory Development (elective), Performance Management, Process Improvement

16 seats 113 Bryan - HR Training Room Ashley Corbett
Thursday
Jun/05/2014
10:00 AM
Thursday
Jun/05/2014
12:00 PM
Coaching to Success: EPA Performance Evaluation and Policies
This course will discuss the performance evaluation process for EPA non-faculty employees and share concrete tools and templates. The course will also cover relevant policy provisions that pertain to EPA non-faculty evaluation and provide interactive examples of coaching strategies designed to align performance with the goals of the unit and the university; establish two-way communication;provide feedback when performance does not meet expectations; recognize contributions and discuss opportunities for professional development.

Instructor: Edna Chun, Associate Vice Chancellor of Human Resources

Location: 113 Bryan - HR Training Room

Duration: 2 hours

Credits: Managerial & Supervisory Development (core), Leadership, Performance Management, Policies

22 seats 113 Bryan - HR Training Room Ashley Corbett