Upcoming HR Learning Opportunities

Upcoming human resources-sponsored learning opportunities:

  • Changing Habits with Denise VanEck of Thought Design, 10/12: Do you do things (or not do things!) that you’d like to change? Do you have habits that get in your way or just don’t work anymore? Did you know that “willpower” is the worst way to change a habit?In this workshop, we will explore the neuroscience of habit formation and strategies for changing your mental or physical habits in ways that will really stick!
  • Diffusing Rude Behavior, 10/16: It can be difficult to know how to react when you are confronted with rude behavior. This course examines a number of cases of rude behavior and provides participants with effective tactics to responding in these situations.
  • FMLA: What’s in it for you? *NEW DATE* 10/18: Have you ever wondered what the Family Medical Leave Act is all about? Have you ever wondered if you or one of your employee’s had a “qualifying event” but were afraid to ask? In this session you will learn the various ins and outs of FMLA, intermittent FMLA, and the GRCC FMLA policy. You will also learn what a qualifying event is for you or an immediate family member and what is covered while you are on leave.
  • Beginning Excel, 10/18: This session will provide participants with an introduction and foundation on which to build for Excel 2016.
  • Fitness can be N.E.A.T with Kendra Bylsma of Allegro, 10/19: Studies show that families who find ways to be active together are healthier and more engaged. Learn ways to keep your kids and family members involved and active. Be ready to play and have fun as a group. You will leave with a handout of ideas and games that will be engaging for all ages.

Also, more seats are available for the following 2-day training:

  • Basic Life Support/CPR Certification, 11/9 and 11/12: This hands-on skills training prepares you to respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies. It also teaches the skills and knowledge needed to provide care for victims of sudden cardiac arrest through the safe use of an automated external defibrillator (AED).The class can teach Adult CPR/AED, Child CPR/AED, and/or Infant CPR/AED (any combination of the three).

Visit the Learning Opportunities page for more information.

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