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Class Participant Cancellation
In the event a participant cancels from attending a training class, someone from our office will contact you up to one day before the class starts if space is available.
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Creation of Additional Classes
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946-CARE & Employee Assistance Program Overview
Intended Audience: General. We are all members of the Vol Family. Let’s help take CARE of each other. The 946-CARE (946-2273) hotline for distressed faculty and staff offers an avenue to share concerns for your own welfare or that of a colleague. Whether an employee needs help coping with a work or personal problem, or fears that a co-worker may need help, trained professionals are just a phone call away. Some signs of troubling behaviors include depression, a fixation on weapons, anger or paranoia and social isolation. The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is designed to provide free, CONFIDENTIAL assistance to help employees and their families resolve problems that influence their personal lives or job performance. Spouses and dependent children of employees also qualify for EAP benefits. Attend this one-hour session to learn more about the history and purpose of 946-CARE and the EAP resources available.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50266404 Mar 9, R12:00-1:00218 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Accelerating Innovation
COST: $35 Intended Audience: General. The need for new ideas and innovative methods to get our work done is more important than ever before. This course uses the Creatrix(TM) inventory to explore the concept of innovation within the realms of risk-taking and creativity. Creatrix is a tool that measures one’s capacity for innovation on both a risk-taking and creativity scale. Prior to class, each registered participant will be given a log-in ID and password to take the online assessment. Attend this class to learn more about your own propensity for generating new ideas and gain insight about what it means to take risks in the spirit of moving new ideas forward. The $35 fee covers the Creatrix assessment tool. Cancellations for this class must be made 5 business days before class.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50268936 Jun 21, W8:30-11:30238 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Challenges of Managing and Working with Human Behavior
Intended Audience: Supervisors and Managers. Simply speaking, performance problems arise when expectations and delivery don’t match. Unfortunately, it is not always easy to identify why expectations are not met, and even more difficult to take the first step in resolving the situation. This class will teach you how to carefully design a conversation that identifies concerns in a way that helps the employee to understand that your main goal is to ensure their success. You will learn about a model that will help you plan for and facilitate straight-forward messages. We will also discuss strategies for responding to some common reactions that sometimes arise in this kind of dialogue.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50268616 May 4, R8:30-11:30218 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Communication Styles
Intended Audience: General. Understanding how you communicate with others has a great impact on work relationships. Using a styles assessment, this course provides information on different ways in which people communicate at work along with tips and strategies for fitting the style you use to the situation at hand. Applying these strategies will enhance workplace effectiveness including service to others.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50268626 Apr 13, R8:30-11:30238 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Community Response to an Active Shooter
Intended Audience: General. In light of recent events involving public shooting incidents (including the Knoxville area), UTPD has designed a program to help staff and students recognize what they should do in the event of an active shooter on campus. The presentation will also cover past incidents and what to expect from the police when they arrive.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50266301 Apr 6, R10:30-11:30218 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Cost Sharing
Intended Audience: Individuals who work with Sponsored Projects within UTK. UT has recently implemented a fiscal policy for cost sharing on sponsored projects. This course examines types of cost sharing, allowable cost sharing expenditures, and preferred methods of accounting for cost sharing in IRIS.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50265971 Mar 22, W8:30-11:30218 CONFERENCE CENTER BLDG

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Creating A Respectful Workplace
Intended Audience: General. It is expected that university employees are committed to creating an environment that promotes academic freedom, diversity, fair treatment, and respect for others. This course brings awareness to how one can take personal responsibility for promoting respect at the university by offering practical strategies for creating respectful relationships among colleagues.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50265726 May 9, T8:30-11:30238 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Customer Relations & Communication Simulation
Intended Audience: Customer Relations & Communication certificate participants ONLY. The final course in the certificate series is designed as a hands-on, scenario-based workshop in which participants will participate in customer service and communication simulations. We suggest that this course be taken last.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50265715 May 24, W1:00-5:00238 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Direct Costing
Intended Audience: Individuals who work with Sponsored Projects within UTK. This course provides guidance in determining costs that may be directly charged to Federal sponsored projects. The discussion will include a description of circumstances where it may be appropriate to directly charge expenses which are normally included in the F&A rate.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50265972 Apr 18, T8:30-11:30238 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Family and Medical Leave
Intended Audience: General. Family and Medical Leave (FML) is used to provide time off to eligible university employees in accordance with the Family and Medical Leave Act and Tennessee Parental Leave Act. This session provides information regarding the latest policy updates, eligibility, the application process, and more!
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50266293 Mar 14, T9:00-10:30238 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING
50266294 Jun 14, W9:00-10:30238 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Fiscal Policies, Budgeting & Accounting Overview, and HR Policies
Intended Audience: Supervisors and Managers. Join us for this session that covers both fiscal policies and budgeting and accounting overview and Human Resources policies. The first part discusses the origin of fiscal policies, why we have certain policies, and what causes the most confusion for employees. In addition, an overview of budget and an overview of accounting will be covered. The second part of this program covers HR Policies with the focus on providing managers with a broad overview of the university’s critical policies and procedures.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50265668 Apr 26, W8:30-11:30238 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Giving and Receiving Feedback
Intended Audience: General. The ability to give and receive feedback effectively is a competency that is crucial for success in the workplace. In this course, participants will explore why feedback can be so difficult, and why feedback is necessary in the development of positive working relationships. Participants will review and discuss the best ways to give and receive appropriate workplace feedback.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50265740 Mar 2, R8:30-11:30238 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Helping Millennials Plan for a Brighter Future
Intended Audience: General. This educational seminar from VALIC will discuss how current financial and societal challenges could present opportunities for developing strategies that may lead to a more secure financial future. Topics will include: • How to budget to maximize savings • Strategies to invest in your financial goals • How to develop a plan to retire on your terms • How to protect your plans from risks
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50270594 Mar 15, W8:30-10:30238 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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HR Hiring Process
Intended audience: Individuals responsible for processing hires in IRIS and Taleo. This course was developed by the Compensation, Recruitment, and Records departments of HR to help you better understand the steps in the hiring process. These steps can be difficult to understand. The goal of this course is to provide an outline of the processes colleges/departments need to utilize as they work through the hiring process. The training will allow you to fully understand your partnership with HR. The course covers form processes (electronic and paper), requirements, and procedures of the hiring process.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50267901 Jun 20, T9:00-11:00238 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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I-9/Everify
Intended audience: Individuals responsible for processing new hire paperwork. Form I-9 training for department representatives. How to complete each section of the form and how to handle some special situations which commonly arise.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50266080 May 10, W9:00-11:30238 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Identity Theft
Intended Audience: General. Having an identity stolen can be stressful, costly, and time consuming. The Identity Theft workshop covers what identity theft is, how thieves obtain and use personal information, how to protect oneself and family, and steps victims can take.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50267980 May 11, R1:00-2:00218 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Law & You: Interacting with Law Enforcement
Intended Audience: General. This session will cover your rights and responsibilities, some cardinal rules, and communication during your encounter with law enforcement officials. This course offers procedures to follow if you are stopped by a police officer or law enforcement official.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50266302 Mar 28, T10:00-11:00218 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Leading at the Speed of Trust
COST: $289* - Intended Audience: Leaders, managers, and individual contributors who lead major program or project areas. Program content is geared toward those who influence the work of others and serve in a supervisory capacity or above. Leading at the Speed of Trust is a two-day workshop that raises trust from an often-ignored asset or liability to a strategic advantage in the marketplace. Doing business at the “Speed of Trust” dramatically lowers costs, speeds up results, and increases profits and influence. This highly interactive workshop engages leaders at all levels in the real work of identifying and closing the trust gaps that exist in your organization. Instead of paying outrageous Trust Taxes, you can begin to realize Trust Dividends. Leading at the Speed of Trust includes powerful tools to help leaders improve trust—the trust people have in them and the trust on their teams. Each participant receives: • A guidebook. • Tools on CD. • A DVD with select videos from the course. • Reference cards to help leaders navigate through trust issues. • A Trust Quotient Assessment to measure how others perceive them. As leaders forge the path to a new culture of trust, organizations will reap immediate returns, as well as enduring long-term returns in the form of: • Increased speed to market. • Increased shareholder value. • Accelerated growth. • Enhanced innovation. • Improved collaboration. • Stronger partnering. • Better execution. • Heightened loyalty. Reserve your seat today! *Cancellations for all Franklin Covey seminars must be made 10 business days in advance.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50265732 Jun 22 - 23, R F8:30-4:30238 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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LEARNING EVENT: Annual Development Day - New!
COST: $125. Intended audience: Exempt and non-exempt UT employees in various professional roles. Join us for a day of development for university employees to invest in their personal and professional growth. The Annual Development Day will provide opportunities to enhance professional skills, improve morale, encourage networking, and learn information that employees can use in their professional and personal lives. This learning event is open to all UT faculty and staff. Cancellations for this event must be made 10 business days in advance.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50269992 Oct 12, R8:30-4:304th Floor Conference Center Building

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LEARNING EVENT: Professional Development Conference for Women
COST: $125. Intended audience: Women in a variety of professional roles at UT. Employee & Organizational Development presents this all-day conference featuring timely topics and engaging speakers. This conference is designed to provide tools to enhance professional and personal effectiveness. The $125 conference fee covers event costs, materials, breakfast, lunch, and parking. Cancellations for this event must be made 10 business days in advance.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50267890 Mar 16, R8:30-4:304TH FLOOR, CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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LEARNING EVENT: Supervisors Summit - New!
COST: $125. Intended Audience: Supervisors and managers of regular employees. The Supervisors Summit is a one-day conference designed for UT supervisors and managers to address critical supervisory and leadership skills and topics. The agenda features keynote speakers and concurrent sessions focusing on the knowledge, skills, and insight that today's supervisors need the most. Please note: This seminar is designed specifically for those who serve in supervisory/management roles. You must supervise regular employees to be eligible. The $125 fee covers event costs, materials, parking, breakfast, and lunch. Cancellations for this event must be made 10 business days in advance.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50270593 Apr 27, R8:30-4:304TH FLOOR, CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Mediation Skill Building
Intended Audience: General. Mediation is a process by which a neutral third party helps people resolve their differences. It is less adversarial, less expensive (in terms of time and money), and less destructive than many other processes for handling conflict. In this class, you will learn how to use mediation informally with staff and in everyday situations.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50266292 Jun 27, T9:00-11:00238 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
COST: $35 Intended Audience: General. Join us for one of the most popular courses offered at organizations and universities worldwide! The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is a research-based assessment that helps individuals and teams understand how they perceive information, interact with others, communicate, and structure their careers. If you are interested in insight into self and others, you don’t want to miss this class. The $35 fee is for purchased booklet and assessment used during class. Cancellations for this class must be made 5 business days before class.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50252489 Mar 9, R8:30-11:30238 Conference Center Building

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NASHVILLE AREA ONLY: 5 Choices to Extraordinary Productivity
COST: $289* - Intended Audience: General. The 5 Choices program is an engaging productivity program offered by FranklinCovey, the same company that gives us the world-famous Seven Habits of Highly Effective People program. The two-day 5 Choices seminar is an interactive workshop that will introduce participants to five key choices that if made consistently, will render dramatic results in productivity and achievement! Today’s culture experiences a barrage of information from multiple sources such as texts, email, and social media. Combined with the demands of our careers and life, we are consistently overwhelmed and distracted. The volume of information threatens our ability to think clearly and make wise decisions about the best way to spend our time and resources. If we react to these stimuli without clear discernment, we are unable to accomplish the goals that matter most in our professional and personal lives. The 5 Choices seminar provides a solution that inspires participants to apply a five-step process that will dramatically increase their ability to achieve life’s most important goals. Supported by research and years of experience, this solution not only produces a measurable increase in productivity, but also provides a renewed sense of engagement and accomplishment. Participants will receive the following FranklinCovey materials: • Participant guidebook • Access to assessments and instructions to apply content to smartphones, tablets, and web-based applications via the 5 Choices website • Technical guide with instructions on how to maximize use of Microsoft ®Outlook®, Lotus Notes ®, Google Apps ®, and more; • Take-home tools DVD • The 5 Choices monograph • Three bonus modules entitled “Wildly Important Goals”, “Office Nirvana”, and “Brain-Care Basics.” Reserve your seat today! *Cancellations for all Franklin Covey seminars must be made 10 business days in advance.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50272284 Jun 21 - 22, W R8:30-4:30CIS Large Training Room, Nashville

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NASHVILLE AREA ONLY: Communicating with Assertiveness & Credibility
Intended Audience: General. Communication doesn’t just happen. Participants will identify ways to promote credibility through communication and discuss assertive communication techniques to enhance one’s personal assertiveness style. Participants will increase their understanding of assertive communication through interactive activities that will promote applied learning.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50272286 Sep 20, W8:30-11:30CIS Large Training Room, Nashville

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NASHVILLE AREA ONLY: Conquering Workplace Negativity
Sometimes we encounter negativity in the workplace, whether it be short-term or chronic. An office or department can overcome negativity with some attitude adjustment skills. This class focuses on the power of a positive attitude in the workplace and identifies techniques to assist with conquering workplace negativity.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50272288 Sep 21, R8:30-11:30CIS Large Training Room, Nashville

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NASHVILLE AREA ONLY: Seven Habits of Highly Effective People
COST: $289- Intended Audience: General. Join us for one of the most popular training programs being delivered in universities, and organizations worldwide! The program created by the Franklin Covey Company is based on one of the best-selling books of all time, entitled The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. Would you benefit from learning how to be more effective in your work and personal life, truly manage your time by setting top priorities, and get better results from each hour/day? Strategies provided in this training help us spend more time focusing on the important and meaningful things in life! These areas are the main focus points in the Seven Habits program. In additional beneficial topics, participants will discover how to: • Take initiative and avoid procrastination • Balance key priorities based on important life roles • Use a personal planner to plan weekly, plan daily, and create To-Do lists • Improve interpersonal communication • Develop mission, vision, and values statements • Leverage creative collaboration. The $289* fee covers course materials. *Cancellations for all Franklin Covey seminars must be made 10 business days in advance.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50272285 Apr 6 - 7, R F8:30-4:30CIS Large Training Room, Nashville

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NASHVILLE AREA ONLY: Time Management
Intended Audience: General. Effective time management increases work productivity. Through action learning activities, participants in this course will identify where their time is going and why, prioritize work tasks into crucial areas, and learn how to plan work according to priorities.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50272287 Sep 20, W1:00-4:00CIS Large Training Room, Nashville

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Navigating Difficult Customer Service Situations
Audience: General. The measure of one’s customer service abilities is determined by how one handles and rebounds from the most challenging customer experiences. Participants will learn how to re-direct the “object of frustration”, gain an understanding of the do’s and don’ts of customer communication, and will practice guided problem-solving steps to solving customer service challenges.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50265709 Apr 4, T8:30-11:30238 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Next Steps in Your UT Career
Intended Audience: General. This class is designed to help prepare you for the next steps in your career within the University of Tennessee. In this course, we will discuss preparing resumes and cover letters for promotions within the University, networking to help you along your career path, and interviewing tips.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50266318 May 25, R9:00-11:00238 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Overview of Accounting for Sponsored Projects
Intended Audience: Individuals who work with Sponsored Projects within UTK. This overview course introduces attendees to the basic concepts of sponsored projects accounting, including financial, administrative, and technical responsibilities, terminology, the regulatory environment, and IRIS accounting structure and procedures relating to sponsored-project setup and closeout.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50265975 May 23, T8:30-11:30238 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Planning For Financial Security
Intended Audience: General. This three-part comprehensive financial planning seminar addresses the following topics: • Cash management • Risk management • Investment strategies • Tax planning • Retirement planning • Social Security Strategies • Estate planning
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50268143 Apr 12, W11:30-1:00218 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Rape Aggression Defense (RAD)
Intended Audience: General. A self defense course designed for women, covering comprehensive information and physical techniques. (3-day course)
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50266652 Jun 6 - 8, T W R12:30-4:30UT Police Department Community Room

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Retirement Income Strategies/Social Security Maximization
Intended Audience: General. This class is an opportunity to learn about the different income distributions to employees. Learn about the different income options in the Pensions/401k/457/403b plans. We will go over retirement income and pension Maximization strategies that are most commonly used. One of the most important decisions you need to make before you retire is when to claim Social Security benefits. About half of retirees apply for Social Security as soon as they become eligible at age 62, but by doing so, they may significantly and permanently reduce the benefits that they — and possibly their spouses — could receive over a lifetime. Whether you’re single, married, divorced, or widowed, there may be ways to maximize the lifetime benefits you receive.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50268214 Apr 6, R11:30-1:00238 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Seven Habits of Highly Effective People
COST: $289- Intended Audience: General. Join us for one of the most popular training programs being delivered in universities, and organizations worldwide! The program created by the Franklin Covey Company is based on one of the best-selling books of all time, entitled The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. Would you benefit from learning how to be more effective in your work and personal life, truly manage your time by setting top priorities, and get better results from each hour/day? Strategies provided in this training help us spend more time focusing on the important and meaningful things in life! These areas are the main focus points in the Seven Habits program. In additional beneficial topics, participants will discover how to: • Take initiative and avoid procrastination • Balance key priorities based on important life roles • Use a personal planner to plan weekly, plan daily, and create To-Do lists • Improve interpersonal communication • Develop mission, vision, and values statements • Leverage creative collaboration. The $289* fee covers course materials. *Cancellations for all Franklin Covey seminars must be made 10 business days in advance.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50268689 May 24 - 25, W R8:30-4:30218 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Strategic Planning Theory & Process
Intended Audience: Leaders, managers, and individual contributors who are responsible for the strategic direction of their departments and/or program areas. At its worst, strategic planning is a wasteful, non-inclusive exercise in abstract reasoning that has little bearing on the day-to-day realities of an organization. At its best, strategic planning is an energizing, inclusive exercise that answers crucial questions: What is our organization's purpose? How might we keep our actions consistent with that purpose? In this class, we will not develop a strategic plan, but we will examine a strategic planning model. We will explore why having a strategic plan is important and engage in an exercise that illustrates how to do strategic planning.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50267193 May 3, W8:30-4:30238 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Succession Planning: The Future of Your Department
Intended Audience: Managers, Directors, Department Heads Did you know that succession planning can be used to recruit and retain employees in your department? Effective managers use succession planning to help ensure they have the best talent possible to perform the work in their department. This course discusses the key concepts of succession planning, tools used to design a plan that fits your department, and benchmark approaches used by other organizations.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50252490 May 2, T8:30-11:30238 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Take Control of Your Future: Hybrid Retirement Plans
Intended Audience: General. Learn more about your new retirement plan. The Hybrid Retirement Plan, effective for new hires on or after July 1, 2014, is a combination of employer and employee contributions. Todd Wilson, Retirement Plan Counselor with Empower Retirement, will be discussing the Hybrid Retirement Plan and how you can take control of your retirement future. A little planning now will help you shape the retirement you want!
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50265954 Mar 15, W2:30-4:30218 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING
50265955 Mar 23, R8:30-10:30218 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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The Impact of the Clery Act
Intended Audience: General. The Clery Act impacts the University and the community in many different ways. This course focuses on how the Clery Act affects our University, its staff, students and community as a whole. Topics that bring the most questions will be addressed such as, why and when the University sends UT Alerts and Safety Notices. Breaking down Clery Campus statistics and when and why they would differ from UTPD statistics. The policies and procedures the University has to follow because of the Clery Act, and an overall history of how the Clery Act came about and why the University works so diligently to comply with it.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50268566 Apr 5, W10:30-11:30218 CONFERENCE CENTER BLDG

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The Sick Leave Bank and You
Intended Audience: General. Are you prepared for the unexpected? The sick leave bank is a wonderful benefit whose members are eligible to apply for additional sick leave in the event of a serious personal illness/injury. How do I become a member? What does this benefit include? Why even bother to enroll? This session will answer these questions and more so register today!
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50266291 Apr 11, T9:00-10:30238 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Time Management
Intended Audience: General. Effective time management increases work productivity. Through action learning activities, participants in this course will identify where their time is going and why, prioritize work tasks into crucial areas, and learn how to plan work according to priorities.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50265707 Feb 21, T8:30-11:30218 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Understanding F&A Costs
Intended Audience: Individuals who work with Sponsored Projects within UTK. This course provides in-depth information regarding Facilities and Administrative (F&A) costs for sponsored projects, including the costs covered by an F&A rate, how and when the rate is applied to sponsored project direct costs, and F&A cost sharing.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50265977 Jun 13, T8:30-11:30238 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Understanding Your Credit Report and Score
Intended Audience: General. Reading and understanding a credit report can be a challenging experience. But it doesn't have to be! This workshop helps consumers become knowledgeable about what a credit report and score is and why it is important, how to obtain their personal credit report, and how credit history affects them.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50268009 Mar 7, T1:00-2:00218 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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We vs. Me: Workplace Cooperation and Teamwork
Intended Audience: General. A team is a group, but a group is not always a team. Participants in this course will gain an understanding of the importance of teamwork and cooperation, learn methods of giving and receiving constructive feedback, learn how to discern the differences between positive and negative conflict, and will develop a self-awareness to better compliment others within the workplace. After this course, participants will have the tools necessary to strengthen cohesion among their colleagues.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50265713 May 4, R9:00-11:00238 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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WEBINAR: Managing Workplace Generations
Intended audience: Supervisors and Managers. Note: This course is a webinar offered via Zoom and does not have a physical training location. Participants can access the webinar through their office computers. Throughout 2017, EOD is piloting a series of webinars! Today’s workforce encompasses four distinct and diverse generations, each having unique motivations and expectations. Understanding how those values were formed will help you strategize how best to assign work, communicate, provide feedback, and set boundaries with each generation. This course will discuss ways to effectively lead the multi-generational workforce.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50268929 Apr 11, T12:30-1:45Online via Zoom

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WEBINAR: Techniques for Effective Feedback
Intended Audience: Supervisors and Managers. Note: This course is a webinar offered via Zoom and does not have a physical training location. Participants can access the webinar through their office computers. Throughout 2017, EOD is piloting a series of webinars! Giving and receiving feedback effectively is a crucial competency for supervisors, managers, and leaders. This webinar reviews why feedback can be so challenging and why it is necessary in the development of positive working relationships. Participants will explore techniques to effectively deliver positive and constructive feedback to employees.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50265601 Jun 15, R12:30-1:45Online via Zoom

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Working with Individuals Who Have Sensory Disabilities
Intended Audience: General. Anyone who would like to work better with individuals with sensory disabilities, such as hearing, speech, or visual disabilities, will benefit from this seminar. Topics include effective methods of communication, courtesies, responsibilities, and liabilities when accommodating the needs of people with these disabilities.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50265957 Apr 5, W8:30-11:30238 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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Your Retirement Plan at Work
With essential living expenses like housing, food, fuel and insurance premiums rising, some employees may be tempted to put off saving for retirement. This seminar will present: • The reasons why it’s important to start saving for retirement. • The benefits of participating in a workplace retirement plan. • The features of the retirement plans offered by UT.
Course NumberDates, Days TimeLocation
50265953 Feb 23, R8:30-10:30218 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING
50265956 Mar 23, R2:30-4:30218 CONFERENCE CENTER BUILDING

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