This workshop on Mar 30 will provide information for inclusion of individuals with disabilities in the workplace. HR and University managers will be oriented to the partnership provided by University Disability Services.
This workshop, which runs on Mar 24, provides tools for making the writing process manageable, the writer more confident, and the final product more professional. You will build strategies for preparing to write and for structuring language. Find class information here.
This workshop will reference the principle of Kaizen, which improves habits and processes. Increase your personal effectiveness - recognizing that building on continuous improvements may help you win your war with productivity. Learn more here.
This active 2- day class will cover self-assessment of values, interests, skills and reputation; workforce trends and identification of professional networks; and exploration of options and goal setting. Learn more here.
Resource allocation is one of the core competencies for all managers at Harvard. This session will explore the role managers play in setting an overarching strategy for what is to be achieved, and aligning resources in support of the plan. Learn more here.
You will actively work in your personal account to develop a better understanding of how to use the site through profile development and maintenance, community and group communications. Learn more here.
Cumnock Hall 102, 33 Harvard Way, Boston, MA 02163
Siblings can be our best friends, toughest critics or partners in crime growing up. But once we’re adults, siblings can make caring for an aging parent challenging. One of the greatest sources of stress around caregiving is sibling discord. You think Mom needs in-home care, your brother’s focused on assisted living and Mom doesn’t want any help at all! Sound familiar? How can you and your siblings get on the same page, help Mom find the right care and not get entangled in simmering resentments from the past? Read more about Caregiving and Sibling Warfare
Cumnock Hall 220, 33 Harvard Way, Boston, MA 02163
You’ve noticed concerns with Dad living at home and you’ve come up with the perfect plan to support him. There’s only one problem. Your Dad is refusing to acknowledge anything is wrong and he won’t accept help from anyone. Often loved ones are reluctant to accept help because it can feel like a loss of independence. This seminar will focus on supporting your loved one’s autonomy and offering beneficial care options in a non-threatening manner. Presented by Care.com Senior Care specialist Jennifer Gibbons.
This program equips managers with the knowledge and skills required to manage at Harvard. Content will be offered in a blended format (a mix of online and classroom sessions), and periodic discussion on relatable case scenarios. Learn more here.
This session will provide you with strategies, tips, and resources to be a strong candidate. Learn how to use ASPIRE, Harvard’s on line recruitment system, with an opportunity to ask questions about the recruitment process. Learn more here.
Center for Workplace Development, 124 Mt. Auburn Street, Cambridge
Finances can be tricky. That's why the Office of Work/Life has partnered with the Harvard University Employees Credit Union to provide you with workshops that focus on your financial well-being. Attendees will learn best practices to navigate their finances and will have access to resources to help them along the way.
Finances can be tricky. That's why the Office of Work/Life has partnered with the Harvard University Employees Credit Union to provide you with workshops that focus on your financial well-being. Attendees will learn best practices to navigate their finances and will have access to resources to help them along the way. Read more about Financial Wellness Series - Tax Benefits for Education
The college financial aid application process is not easy to navigate and can feel overwhelming. This series of classes is designed to help families understand the process from start to finish including applications and forms, applying for financial aid and paying tuition. The Office of Work/Life has partnered with Harvard University Employees Credit Union to deliver workshops with a particular focus on higher education, including access to resources to help you along the way. Read more about College Financing Series - Beyond the FAFSA: Completing the CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE (in Spanish)