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March Programming in Learning and Education

All programs are located in Suite 1-B South, 3624 Market St. unless otherwise noted. Info./registration:

Moving Ahead: Breaking Destructive Behavior Patterns at Work--Yours and the People You Work With, March 5 & 6; 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; $50; a hands-on seminar to help you understand the psychological underpinnings of negative behavior patterns, provide you with the tools to overcome them, and enable you to successfully resolve workplace situations so that you can move forward and get the rewards you deserve.

Professional Development Program, March 12 & 13; 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; this program provides you with an opportunity to assess your career, skills and goals, both personal and professional--all within a streamlined 2-day format. Participants will learn about the new market-driven workplace and define their career and their market.

Brown Bag Matinee--Discussing Performance!, March 14; noon; this video is not just for managers. Every person, at every level within an organization, can learn how to improve the quality of performance discussions between themselves and their managers.

Live Satellite Broadcast--A Conversation with Jack Welch!, March 19; 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.; Class of 1962 Auditorium. John Morgan Building; join us for this opportunity to participate in a live discussion with Jack Welch. During his tenure as CEO of GE over the past 20 years, Mr. Welch has become one of the most admired business leaders in the world. A copy of his book, Jack. Straight from the Gut, will be raffled at the end of the program.

The Cornell Interactive Theatre Ensemble (CITE), March 20; 9-11:30 a.m. and 2-4:40 p.m.; Hall of Flags, Houston Hall; to foster and strengthen our diverse work environment in the Penn community, an experience designed to foster a respectful and productive workplace.

Visit our website at for detailed information and registration.

--Laurie S. Fanelly, Program Coordinator; Learning and Education/Human Resources

Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 25, March 5, 2002


March 5, 2002
Volume 48 Number 25

Rising health care costs and Penn's health care benefits compared to others in Philadelphia and nationally.
The Lee Center for Criminology will create a computerized offender tracking system to help law enforcement.
Penn Police has a procedure for filing complaints against police but the UA recommends the creation of a Community Review Board.
What's in a name? The new prek-8 school wants input.
ISC Networking and Telecommunications service and rate changes go into effect July including the elimination of the Express Modem Pool.