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The purpose of this session is to educate those who are designated as Building Supervisors of the policies and responsibilities required of them as directed by the Crisis Management Team at UNF.
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Campus Security Authorities, according to the Clery Act, are employees who have “significant responsibility for student and campus activities.”
At UNF, these employees include the following positions (among a number of others)*:
*The full list of CSAs is available from the Office of the Vice President of Student and International Affairs
Ever wonder why certain items associated with travel cannot be reimbursed or how you keep your information and data secure on your laptop or smart phone? That and many other travel related questions will be addressed in this session. Join representatives from Financial Systems, the Controller's Office, IT, and Compliance as they facilitate discussions regarding the "how's" and "why's" of international and domestic travel. Items such as export control for international travel, data security for your IT gadgets, questions regarding reimbursements, and information to be coded into the online travel system will be discussed from a compliance perspective in a workshop format.
Disruptive behavior can range from something as innocent as "whistling while you work," or as serious as coming to work or class intoxicated. The purpose of this seminar is to discuss different types of disruptive behavior in the educational environment, and learn ways to handle them. Learning objectives:
U.S. export control laws not only regulate the export of items from the United States, but also regulate the release of technical data to foreign nationals in the United States. In a university environment, these laws may limit the ability to use foreign national professors, students and other collaborators on certain projects. Further, enforcement is growing including the recent criminal conviction of a University of Tennessee professor.
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The purpose of this online course is to help increase the UNF community's knowledge, awareness, and understanding on how to secure external funding through grants and sponsored programs. UNF grant seekers should be able to:
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Job stress has become a common and costly problem in the American workplace, leaving few workers untouched. Stress is unique for everyone. While you may want to cry, instead let’s learn to laugh! This course focuses on the benefits of incorporating humor as well as other stress management techniques to help deal with the stresses at work.
Congratulations! You've been appointed or you volunteered to participate in a candidate search committee! So, what exactly does that entail and how should it be handled? Did you know that the University has established specific guidelines to be used by search committees to maintain a consistent process for the recruitment and appointment of faculty and administrative staff? This course is designed to provide important information to members of search committees and is REQUIRED for anyone that would like to serve on one. Topics covered include:
As an Administrative Professional, you are often the glue that keeps the whole office together. Whether planning events, negotiating with vendors, or tactfully managing the demands of several bosses, you need to keep your management skills sharp. In this informative and rejuvenating session, you’ll pick up great new tips and polish off some of the techniques that got you where you are today. You will learn to:
This highly interactive workshop provides a quick way to catch up on social media in higher education, including a review of the most and least effective social media marketing programs across industries. You'll learn about the social media platforms used by universities and their employees and discuss opportunities and challenges of social media marketing. The objective is to introduce social media and its value to your organization. In addition, we will present a strategic roadmap with design considerations for creating such online communities in the education and business space. By the end of the workshop, participants will have developed a range of strategic concepts that respond to the business need for online communities in education and integrate a fresh, contextual understanding of that space.
*Participants are encouraged to bring their own tablets, smartphones, etc., for the training.
Trust has become the key leadership competency in the workplace today. In this workshop, you'll learn how to inspire lasting trust in your personal and professional relationships. When trust goes up, the speed of getting work accomplished also increases. We'll discuss the 4 cores of credibility and learn the 13 behaviors common to high-trust leaders throughout the world. Trust begins with each of us personally, continues into our relationships, and creates leadership that inspires confidence. You will learn:
This hands-on course is designed to provide the knowledge and skills necessary to follow established processes and to make appropriate decisions and arrangements for domestic travel. The course will cover the most frequently experienced domestic travel situations and prepare the learner to accurately submit domestic travel documentation, including a Travel Authorization Request and a Voucher for Reimbursement of Travel Expenses. This course serves as the pre-requisite for University International Travel Training.
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