Fun opportunities for growth and learning are now available! Re-Imagining U, a collaborative employee training and development program organized by UNO's Office of Human Resources and UNMC Human Resources, offers several classes in Sept. 2017.
This month's courses at UNO include:
Development 101: Developing You | Sept. 11 from 1:30 P.M. - 3:00 P.M.
Identify development opportunities for yourself to intentionally target skill development and close skill gaps utilizing a targeted Individual Development Plan.
Trust and Communication 101: Laying the Foundation | Sept. 19 from 8:30 A.M. - 10:00 A.M.
An introduction to whole brain thinking as it relates to communication and how to communicate with your whole brain to earn trust in others.
Appreciating Difference | Sept. 20 from 11:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
OUCH, that stereotype hurts! Learn tactics you can use every day to stop stereotyping and judgements while preserving relationships and without disrespecting others.
The Power of Followership | Sept. 27 from 9:00 A.M. - 10:30 A.M.
As a culture, we have been often told to "lead and not follow." In fact, much time, attention, and money is spent training leaders to most effectively mentor and guide their organizations. However, there is another important side of the leadership story— followership! Why do I care to be a good follower and how does good followership transform and train me to become an effective leader? Attendees will learn how followership creates leadership, leadership informs followership, and hear a fresh perspective about their powerful role as a follower and leader in a new and empowering way.
Re-Imagining U was created to give employees the opportunity to customize their learning and skill development in a way that is right for them.
As with any development opportunities, employees will need approval of their managers to attend these courses, so that office/department needs can be met while they are attending training.
Additional courses are available at UNMC. Please see the Fall 2017 course catalog for additional opportunities. Regardless of location, courses are open to all UNO and UNMC employees and parking solutions have been created at each campus for those attendees from the other campus.
Miss the initial announcement? Learn more about Re-Imagining U.
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