This course on April 12 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. covers how to create and edit basic worksheets and workbooks. Participants will learn to navigate the Excel environment, perform calculations, modify and format a worksheet, and print and manage workbooks. Learn more and register here. Read more about Introduction to Excel
While referencing the book Beyond Reason by Roger Fisher and Daniel Shapiro as well as Roger Fisher and William Ury’s Getting to Yes, participants are exposed to benefits of working with emotions during negotiations and developing solutions. This 2-day class on April 6 & 13 explores theories through readings, video clips, case studies, and practical applications. Learn more. Read more about Power, Influence, and Negotiation (2-day course)
Almost everyone at some point wonders “What is next?” in terms of their career. Start to answer that question by first doing a simple check up on the current state of your career. Then set concrete next steps to help you gain further clarity about career options. Join this session on April 5 for guidance on your career. Learn more. Read more about Is Your Career on Track?
In this session on March 28, you will explore leadership behaviors associated with enabling a culture of speaking up highlighted in Amy Edmonson’s book Teaming: How Organizations Learn, Innovate, and Compete in the Knowledge Economy. You will learn how to use these skills with individuals and how to role model and encourage them in a culture. Learn more. Read more about Enabling a Culture of Speaking Up
This course on March 15 covers the components and capabilities of Illustrator CS6. Learn to create basic shapes, custom paths, and graphics containing custom text. Additional topics include customizing objects and preparing documents for deployment. Learn more. Read more about Introduction to Illustrator (2-day course)
This 2-day class on March 8 and 14 will cover self-assessment of values, interests, skills and reputation; workforce trends and identification of professional networks; and exploration of options and goal setting. A variety of assessment tools, individual reflection, and group discussion will be used. Learn more. Read more about Career Roadmaps (2 Day Course)
This workshop on March 1 will reference the principle of Kaizen, which uses small steps for continual improvement in habits and processes. Increase your personal effectiveness – recognizing that building on incremental, continuous improvements may help you win your war with productivity. Learn more. Read more about Stress-Free Productivity
In this session on Feb 27, you will explore various ways you can build a professional network at Harvard. Harvard is a vast place full of interesting people to meet and exchange with and to explore possibilities. Learn more. Read more about How to Network at Harvard
For those who are in their first “real” job after school, this session on Feb 15 will help you explore what next steps you might consider taking on your career journey. You will focus on describing your skills and weave in the aspects of work that you find most interesting. Learn more here. Read more about My First Job, Now What?
This workshop on Feb 8 will explore six characteristics of a high performing team: Common Purpose, Clear Roles, Effective Processes, Accepted Leadership, Excellent Communication, and Solid Relationships. Learn more here. Read more about Managing a Team
This introductory class on Feb 1 provides an understanding of Harvard's Chart of Accounts structure. This class is recommended for all staff who are responsible for processing, tracking, or reviewing financial transactions. Learn more. Read more about Chart of Accounts
This workshop on Jan 26 will provide guidelines and practice which will help you successfully prepare for interviews, address what the hiring manager expects during job interviews, and strategize how best to answer difficult interview questions. Learn more. Read more about Interviewing Skills for Candidates
This course on Jan 9 introduces participants to the Harvard University Budgeting System (HUBS), used by Harvard's financial planners to develop and maintain their forecast and operating budget each fiscal year. Learn more. Read more about HUBS Basic Planner Course