|Submission Date||Jan. 28, 2011|
Office of Sustainability
The Diversity and Equal Opportunity Office invites University personnel to register for Diversity Education Seminars with no fee. Participants can register online with Talent Management and seminars can be scheduled for specific departments upon request.
DEO offers the following FREE workshops to our F&S through Talent Management (HR):
•The Value of Diversity (DIV113)
Program Overview: This workshop is designed to discuss the importance of valuing diversity in all forms and educate on useful strategies to produce inclusive workplaces and positive learning environments.
•Sexual Harassment Awareness (DIV103)
Program Overview: This two-hour seminar addresses the compliance requirements of the USF Policy prohibiting sexual harassment.
• Coping with Diverse Styles
Program Overview: This workshop is designed to evaluate the concepts of conflict and respect, and identify strategies to properly address conflict in the workplace.
• [email protected]: Communicating Effectively (DIV114)
Program Overview: This workshop discusses the importance of culture in interpersonal communication and the positive work environment effective cross-cultural communication produces.
•Disability Etiquette (DIV109)
This 3 hour workshop is an interactive and experiential training that will simulate barriers encountered by people with disabilities. communication techniques for interactions with people with hearing, vision, mobility, learning, speech, mental health and cognitive disabilities will be shared.
•Understanding Generational Differences in the Workplace (DIV116)
This workshop discusses the importance of increasing individual knowledge and appreciation of cross generational differences by building inter-generational understanding.
•Expand your Global Perspective (DIV117)
Program Overview: Today’s offices are looking for individuals who are leaders in local effectiveness and global efficiency. This workshop is designed to prepare individuals to function effectively in our global community.
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