Facilitating Effective Meetings
The Facilitating Effective Meetings workshop provides participants with the tools, knowledge and skills to enable them to lead and participate effectively in meetings. Employees will learn about the key elements of an effective meeting and will receive a sample meeting agenda.
FISH! Philosophy – Making Work Fun
The FISH! Philosophy is an interactive session, in which participants discuss creative ways to have fun in the workplace while also learning techniques for providing exceptional service. Employees will learn the four principles of the FISH! Philosophy by watching the entertaining FISH! Video featuring the world famous Pike Place Fish Market in Seattle, Washington.
Harassment and Discrimination Prevention
The Harassment and Discrimination Prevention Seminar provides participants with an overview of the Equal Opportunity/Equal Access and Affirmative Action and Anti-Harassment Policies. Participants will become familiar with the behaviors that may be perceived as illegal and or inappropriate in the workplace and campus environment. Employees will learn about the University Procedures for Resolving Complaints of Discrimination and Harassment.
New Employee Orientation
New Employee Orientation provides an overview of the Purdue North Central structure and offers new employees with an opportunity to learn about the fascinating facts about the campus to include the history, mission, vision and values. In addition, participants will meet with the Benefits Administrator to learn about the generous benefit package offered at Purdue.
The Time Management Workshop offers participants with the knowledge and skills to manage time more efficiently. Employees explore various techniques on organizing, planning, and prioritizing to make the best use of time.
Understanding and Valuing Diversity
This Understanding and Valuing Diversity course is designed to build diversity awareness and foster a culture of respect. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss diversity, identify their personal attitudes and behaviors toward differences, and enrich their diversity perspective by understanding the different stages of intercultural learning and cultural responsiveness.
For more information regarding Training please contact:
Assistant Director of OIE & Training
Office: Schwarz Hall, Room 25C
Phone: (219) 785-5545
Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (Central Standard Time)