This 4-hour workshop on January 29 will cover tools and techniques to empower you as an effective communicator with your manager. Topics covered include style differences, setting clear expectations, and managing your professional development. Learn more. Read more about Managing Up
This session on January 21 will provide you with strategies, tips, and resources to be a strong internal candidate. We’ll review how to use Harvard’s on line recruitment system, with an opportunity to ask questions about the recruitment process. Learn more. Read more about How to Prepare as an Internal Candidate
This course on January 14 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. Read more about Introduction to Excel
The aim of this class on Dec. 12 is to provide Harvard community members with a clearer picture of how Harvard's finances work. The class is framed by three parts: organizational context, financial context, and higher education industry context. The goal is to help members of the University make better decisions with the resources we have at our disposal. Learn more.
This workshop on Dec. 5 will explore the characteristics of a high performing team that have to do with the formal operating principles of a team (such as roles, processes) and those characteristics of a high performing team that are less tangible but just as important (interpersonal skills, leadership). Learn more. Read more about Managing a Team
This session on Nov. 21 give you the opportunity to meet one-on-one with local HR officers so you can learn more about Harvard’s schools and departments, including key initiatives and work environments, and explore your career interests, expand your professional network and strengthen future applications. You can learn more in this FAQ.
The focus of this course on Nov. 14 is to manage communication, boundaries and expectations to accomplish the most important priorities. Improve performance with the introduction of the Thomas-Killmann Conflict Mode Instrument at work. Learn more. Read more about Managing Competing Priorities
This course on Nov. 5 is taught by HUPD officers. The course will review basic safety and awareness principles and introduce basic options for physical self-defense. Click here to learn more. Read more about HUPD Self-Defense Class