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Division of Human Resources–Upcoming Programs

Further your professional and personal development by taking advantage of upcoming Human Resources programs.  Note that you must pre-register for all programs by visiting the online Course Catalog at www.hr.upenn.edu (click on Course Catalog at top of page).

Learning and Education Programs

Learn valuable skills through American Management Association (AMA) programs, Brown Bag Matinees, Career Focus Brown Bags, and other programs. Don't forget to pre-register. For questions on Learning and Education programs, call (215) 898-3400 or visit www.hr.upenn.edu/learning.

Career Focus Book Discussion Group

January 11 and 25; noon to 1 p.m.; free

  • Join a 2-session book group to read and discuss the insightful book, "Doing Work You Love", by Cheryl Gilman.  This inspirational book provides practical techniques and methods to help you discover how to do the work you love, and how to be engaged in meaningful, satisfying work.  Please finish reading the book before the first session.

Brown Bag Matinee°V"Focus Your Vision"

January 17; noon to 1 p.m.; free

  • Take a virtual vacation from your desk as you watch "Focus Your Vision" and travel with Dewitt Jones, former National Geographic photographer. This video creatively uses the striking photographic work of Jones to teach us the importance of direction and purpose as we set goals to accomplish in our personal and professional lives. You will learn the 7 Key Concepts of Focusing through this innovative and unusual training film.

Career/Life Strategies for Baby Boomers: Introductory Session

January 25; noon to 1:30 p.m.; free

  • What does the future hold for Baby Boomers as they look ahead to "retirement"?  How will boomers change retirement?  We'll review the statistics and consider the many shapes and forms retirement is taking as this large group of people gets older and moves to leave full-time work. Retirement for the boomers will not be "one size fits all".

–Division of Human Resources

 

 



 
  Almanac, Vol. 52, No. 16, December 20, 2005

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December 20, 2005
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