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September 28, 2017

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Thursday, September 28, 2017

9:00 AM - 12:30 PM Employee Development Initiatives (EDI) 1-3

EDI 1-3


Keys to a High Trust Workplace Conflict Resolution Skills


EDI: Keys to a High Trust Workplace is a three-course program for University staff (non-supervisors) to equip you with the knowledge and skills to create an engaged and inclusive work environment. Everyone has a role in creating the kind of place where people come to work not because they have to, but because they want to.  

Some of the benefits you will experience include:

 

  • High-trust relationships with supervisors, coworkers, friends and family
  • Ability to resolve conflicts and reduce stress
  • Higher job satisfaction

Learning Fee -- $50 per person/per session

CANCELLATION/NO SHOW POLICY: If you need to cancel, please do so by 9am one business day before the session.  Not doing so or 'no showing' will result in a $25 administration fee charged to the noted KFS account.

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2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (Cancelled) Webinar: Using Digital Signage in Your Library (UMD LIBRARIES STAFF ONLY)
Webinar:  Using Digital Signage in Your Library 

The days of posting important announcements on a library bulletin board and hoping someone might see them are ending. Today’s digital signage offers many more visible and effective options. Using technologies such as LCD, LED, projection, and tablets to display content as digital images, video, streaming media, and other formats, digital signage can be found in more and more libraries today.  By the end of this webinar, participants will learn to:
-Create inviting and memorable digital signage;
- Define, identify, and utilize the best practices for creating digital signage;
- Make the case to your stakeholders in support of adding digital signage;
- Gain access to, or have creative input into your library’s digital signage or event advertising

Core Competencies:  â€‹Customer Service/Technology

Presenters:  Kathleen Phillips, Reference & Instruction Librarian, Marshall University, Charleston, West Virginia;  
Lynne Edington, Director, South Charleston Library & Research Commons/Associate University Librarian, Marshall University, Charleston, West Virginia




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