Loyola University Maryland

Office of Human Resources

Training Programs and Workshops

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Use the online registration form to register for any of these events.  Please register at least 24 hours in advance to ensure you receive information pertaining to cancellations or location changes. 

For questions, contact human resources at ext. 1370.

Date

Program Title

 2/2/2016 through 4/12/2016



12:00 - 1:00 p.m.



Evergreen Campus
 

Your Weigh Together

This 11 week group weight management and healthy living program supports individuals in transforming the way they approach weight management.   This is an instructor led program.  You’ll receive individualized support for goals and planning, a personal measurement of your body’s ability to burn calories and a web-based food and activity tracking tool.  If you are looking for a little support to achieve big-time goals, sign up today!

 2/4/2016



10:00 -

11:00 a.m




College Center 107


Halogen Software Refresher for Employees  

  

You will learn how to use the online performance management system to prepare for and participate in your annual review. The session will focus on using our performance management software for the perspective of all non-supervisory Loyola employees. Employee are strongly encouraged to attend.

 2/4/2016



1:00-

4:30 p.m.




College Center 107


Performance Management and Halogen Software Training for New Supervisors 



This session will give you an overview of the whole performance management process from a supervisor’s perspective. You will also learn how to use the online performance system to prepare for and participate in your annual review, as well as how to manage performance year-round. 

 2/25/2016



2:00 - 3:00 p.m.



College Center, Room 105
 

High Deductible Health Plan and HSA Information Session

Join a representative from human resources to learn more about the HealthyBlue HSA high deductible health plan and the Health Savings Account.  

 3/1/2016



10:00 -

11:00 a.m.




College Center 105


Diversity in the Workplace  

  

Race, gender, ethnicity, variations in age, education levels, parental status, sexual orientation, and work experience are only a few of the ways in which people can be different. Attendees of this session will learn how to identify methods to assertively address inappropriate conduct within the workplace; increase civility and respect amongst colleagues and co-workers to promote a healthy work environment; and to practice cultural sensitivity amongst co-workers in the work environment.
 3/8/2016



9:00 a.m. -

12:00 p.m.




College Center 107


Understanding and Adapting Your Communication Style



Are you looking to “up your communications game”?  Would you be more effective, and more valuable to your department, by being a more effective communicator?  Do you want to connect more with co-workers and get your points understood more often and more clearly? At the end of the workshop you will be able to:

         1. Identify four key communication styles

         2. Better understand your own communication style

         3. Adapt to other people's communication style and preference in a more

             effective manner

         4. Identify specific actions and behaviors to implement to become a more

             effective communicator



 3/16/2016



1:00 - 2:00 p.m.



College Center, Room 114
 

High Deductible Health Plan and HSA Information Session

Join a representative from human resources to learn more about the HealthyBlue HSA high deductible health plan and the Health Savings Account.

 3/24/2016



2:00 -

5:00 p.m.




College Center 105


Corrective Action Workshop



This workshop provides an in-depth view of Loyola University Maryland’s correct action and progressive discipline process.  Through classroom instruction and role play, you will learn how to effectively coach employees, draft disciplinary memos and handle difficult conversations. 
 4/5/2016



10:00 -

11:00 a.m.



Timonium Room 41


Diversity in the Workplace  

  

Race, gender, ethnicity, variations in age, education levels, parental status, sexual orientation, and work experience are only a few of the ways in which people can be different. Attendees of this session will learn how to identify methods to assertively address inappropriate conduct within the workplace; increase civility and respect amongst colleagues and co-workers to promote a healthy work environment; and to practice cultural sensitivity amongst co-workers in the work environment.

 4/7/2016



9:00 a.m. -

12:00 p.m.



College Center 105


Leave Management 



This workshop will provide you with a better understanding of intermittent and continuous.  Family Medical Leave, Personal Leave and Medical Leaves of Absence.  We will also discuss our attendance policy and how to manage attendance when an employee is on a leave of absence.  
 4/14/2016



10:00 -

11:00 a.m.



Timonium Room 41


Maintaining Respect and Civility in the Workplace                                     



Respect is the consideration we have for each other in all aspects: personal property, reputation, beliefs, values, feelings, thoughts and emotional well-being. Therefore, it is critical to understand how our behavior can negatively affect the work environment and how we affect other around us, whether we know it or not.
 5/3/2016



9:00 a.m. -

12:00 p.m.



College Center 105


Preparing for Difficult Conversations  



There are many times when you need a colleague’s help or buy-in to perform a task. Getting results without formal authority is often challenging.  Learn how to use various forms of communication to extend your influence at work.
 5/12/2016



9:00 -

11:00 a.m.



College Center 105


Interviewing Skills Workshop    



This session will provide supervisors tips and tools for a successful interview and selection process. We’ll discuss how to screen resumes, conduct phone screens, and discuss appropriate interview questions.  

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