Attend this 1.5 hour session on designing a more holistic approach to building resilience at work.
Date: Thursday 20 June 2019 Time: 5.30pm – 6.00pm registrations, and 6.00pm – 7.00pm Presentation Venue: Ilam Homestead, in the upstairs meeting room Cost: $5.00 entry fee Organisers: New Zealand Association for Training and Development
During this workshop, Building Meaningful Resilience at Work, Kathryn Jackson will share her accidental journey into the world of resilience at work, explore how to create a more tailored approach for your business and hopefully convince you to consider a universal approach for your training solutions in this area.
Expect to leave with:
A better understanding of what wellbeing and resilience at work is
Some tools and resources that you can use immediately
Ideas for how you might design a more holistic approach to building resilience at work.
If you are compiling a document from two documents, and you have two monitors (computer screens), this tip will be very useful. They may both be Word documents, or could be emails, PDFs or even a combination of these.
Open both documents and display one on each monitor
(I like to maximise each one so that it fills the monitor)
Decide which one is the primary document
Drag text from the other document and drop it into place in the primary document.
Do you want to undertake some Professional Development in 2019? Start booking you places & make the most of the courses available for the rest of 2019.
Spaces available on June courses:
Chairing Effective Meetings, 18 June from 9am to 4.30pm “Build morale and enhance your team or department culture by learning how to facilitate effective meetings.”
Growing Personal Resilience, 6 & 17 June from 9am to 1pm both days. “The programme was developed to provide people with the practical tools to manage life more effectively, and to not turn pressure into stress. “
If you are using PowerPoint within the University, this is good news for you: the UC PowerPoint templates are now available directly from within PowerPoint*. They have been resized to make maximum use of the screen too.
To access the templates within PowerPoint:
Click the File (menu) tab
– many templates display
Look for the words “FEATURED” and “SHARED” just above the first of the displayed templates.
– the three UC templates display
Click the template you wish to use
– a preview of that template displays
Click the Create button
– a new presentation based on that template is created
Save the presentation with a new name and start work!
Note: Once you have used each template, they will display with all the other templates available when you click the New button in the File menu. This just saves you having to go into the Shared folder each time.
* Currently only for staff using PC’s. The ITS team are working on bringing this feature to Macs too.
Special thanks to UC Staff Chris Brown and Dean Patterson for setting up this incredibly useful and time saving quick access for us.
If you’re struggling with keyboard shortcuts, you may not know about this….
When you hover your mouse cursor over most icons in Microsoft Office programs, a pop-up appears, explaining the tool and displaying the shortcut. So instead of clicking an icon on a toolbar, use the shortcut as often as you can – just hovering over an icon from time to time for a reminder of a shortcut.