Southwest church of Christ Gospel Meeting with Warren King of Rogers, AR
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Southwest church of Christ, 3990 McCullough Rd @ Wellborn Rd, College Station, TX
Sunday, 9am: Staying Positive In A Negative World Sunday, 10am: Dealing With Worldliness Sunday, 4pm: Dealing With Anxiety Monday, 7pm: Dealing With Murmuring Tuesday, 7pm: Dealing With The Past Wednesday, 7pm: Dealing With Self-Esteem Thursday, 7pm: If God Is For Us Friday, 7pm: Congregational Singing
Name: Kevin Scott Phone: (512) 639-0735 Public Email: email@example.com Public Phone: (979) 485-1059 Public Web: www.swcscoc.org
Stark Galleries, Memorial Student Center, Texas A&M University
A full scale presentation of the Texas Aggies Go to War exhibit which debuted in Bastogne, Belgium in 2014 will be on display on the Texas A&M campus in the J Wayne Stark Galleries in the Memorial Student Center. The exhibit will tell the story of five former students of Texas A&M University who each had a role in the pivotal Battle of the Bulge which led to the Allied victory in Europe. These five—James Hollingsworth ‘40, Turney Leonard ‘42, Willie Peña ‘42, Joe Routt ’37 and Earl Rudder ’32 —are representative not only of all Aggies, but all Americans, who served in World War II. Through them a story is told of dedication, sacrifice, reconciliation, healing, and deep ties, both personal and economic, between people an ocean apart. The full exhibit will be part of the Military Heritage Center, which will be built in College Station's Veterans Park.
John Adams From Bastogne to Texas, Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org
USMC BIRTHDAY DINNER The United States Marine Corps Birthday Dinner is celebrated every year on 10 November, on that day in 1775 the Continental Marines were established. Although there are no official records of the event, it is believed the first official Marine Corps Birthday Ball was held in 1925 in Philadelphia. It was formalized throughout the Corps in 1925 by Commandant General Lemuel C. Shepherd, Jr. For more on the history of the United States Marine Corps Birthday Ball, click here.
Messina Hof invites all veterans and those currently serving to join us in celebrating this historical tradition in honoring the Marine Corps.
ATTIRE Military Uniform: Evening Dress, Dress Blues or Service Alphas Civilian Attire: Coat & tie for men; Equivalent for women
TICKETS $49.95 Includes dinner, wine, cake, and souvenir wine glass
Basic Mediation Training will be held on November 7th, 8th, 9th, 14th, and 15th from 8am to 5pm, with an 1-hour lunch break. You must attend all 5 days to receive your 40-Hour Certification.
The Training Course is $400.00 (Basic only) or $500.00 (combined with Family). DRC Volunteers can apply for a scholarship to waive all fees with a 4 co-mediation and 2 solo mediation commitment. (You must take both the Basic and Family training to qualify for scholarship.)
Please contact the DRC at 979-822-6947 with any questions.
***Classes must have a minimum of 5 people or the class will be rescheduled for a later date. All fees will be refunded if the class is rescheduled. ***
Tori Ellis; 979-822-6947; email@example.com
We are raffling off a 1966 427 4speed matching numbers CORVETTE Every dollar made from this raffle will be sent to build a school in Uganda clothing educating and feeding almost 800 children. $20.00/ticket You do not have to be present to win!!
Debby or Steven Sodolak 3500 Hwy 21 east Bryan tx 77807 979-436-4985
College Station High School Stadium, College Station, TX
On November 10, the CSHS Student Council will hold their 2nd annual Warrior Walk from 6:30 - 9 pm. The highlight of the evening is a 30 minute walk to honor veterans in our community. There will also be a silent auction and baked goods sale. Participants are encouraged to celebrate their friends and family who have served by purchasing a spot on the honor wall. All profits will go towards Aggie Shields and their lending library, which provides textbooks for veteran students at Texas A&M free of charge. Find more information at cswarriorwalk.wordpress.com.
Stephanie Brown (979) 436-8870 firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Management Essentials: The 8 Keys To Bring Every Project In On Time and On Budget
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The TrainHR webinar is approved by HRCI and SHRM Recertification Provider.
Overview: How do we manage projects and customer relationships effectively? How do we understand the full scope of a customer "project"? How do we assemble the necessary resources to effectively manage a customer relationship and attendant projects? To whom do we delegate specific responsibilities and when? These are among a number of questions we discuss and about which we learn as we strive to effectively manage projects and the customers whose project we are managing. Why should you Attend:
Understand the essentials of project management Plan for identifying project needs Practice scheduling and teaming Create the necessary plans which will allow you to more effectively manage projects to success Help you to more effectively manage others expectations Keep projects on track Gain knowledge and skills you can apply to all project team situations Keep content, process and structure on track to produce positive outcomes
Would you like to get more (or all!) of the projects you manage in on time and on budget?
Are you concerned about people on your project teams not knowing enough about how to effectively manage a project? What about yourself?
Would you like some help to more effectively manage your projects?
Would you like to more effectively manage others' expectations?
Areas Covered in the Session:
Introduction to Project Management What is a Project? What is Project Management? What skills do you need to effectively manage projects? Why is Project Management needed? Leading contributors to Project Success
Identifying Needs, Starting Toward Solutions Identifying Stakeholder Needs and Expectations Identifying Business Requirements Performing a Systems Requirements Analysis Performing a Human Resources Analysis Identifying Roles and Responsibilities Creating a Scope Document Gaining Stakeholders Consensus and Approval
Scheduling and Teaming Planning Creating a Work Breakdown Structure Performing Risk Management Developing Effort, Time, and Cost Estimates Creating a Project Schedule Creating a Budget Creating a Project Team
Management Planning and Execution Creating a Vendor Management Plan Creating a Resource Management Plan Creating a Communication Plan Creating a Quality Management Plan Creating a Project Management Plan Execution Track the Project and Resolve Issues Manage Resources
Managing Project Success and Customer Satisfaction Success Managing Quality Managing the Project Team Managing Change Case Study Project Closure Conducting a Customer Acceptance Meeting Conducting a Project Review Identifying the Lessons Learned Compiling a Project Report
Who Will Benefit:
CEO Senior Vice President Vice President Executive Director Managing Director Regional Vice President Area Supervisor Manager
Instructor: Chris DeVany is the founder and president of Pinnacle Performance Improvement Worldwide, a firm which focuses on management and organization development. Pinnacle’s clients include global organizations such as Visa International, Cadence Design Systems, Coca Cola, Sprint, Microsoft, Aviva Insurance, Schlumberger and over 500 other organizations in 22 countries
How to Conduct an Internal Harassment and Bullying Investigation to Determine Facts and Minimize Liability
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The TrainHR webinar is approved by HRCI and SHRM Recertification Provider. Overview: The EEOC requires that employers receiving a complaint, or otherwise learning of alleged harassment in the workplace, to "investigate promptly and thoroughly take immediate and appropriate corrective action by doing whatever is necessary to end the harassment, make the victim whole by restoring lost employment benefits or opportunities, and prevent the misconduct from recurring". That's a tall order to ensure a just and fair handling of a harassment complaint - an essential order that all organizations are required, by law, to follow. The investigation process is, perhaps, the most critical element in dealing with harassment. In cases that have gone to court it is often due to inadequate or absent investigations of complaints. Do you know how to conduct an investigation? This program will cover the intricacies of conducting a harassment investigation.
Why should you Attend The investigation is essential in determining the validity to a complaint of protected class harassment and bullying. Conducting a fair and impartial investigation diminishes liability, and can decrease further misconduct by preventing it from becoming pervasive. The investigation may serve to minimize damages paid to the complainant. The institution demonstrates its commitment to the prevention and intervention of the misconduct resulting in less harassment, discrimination and other forms on misconduct on campus. By conducting its own investigation, the institution may avoid an investigation by another agency such as the EEOC. An investigation is required to help ensure a safe and healthy organizational climate.
Anyone who conducts an investigation must be trained in how to do so. Merely having the experience of conducting investigations without having been taught the art and science of the process is not enough. When your organization ensures it is investigator is trained in how to conduct investigations, it demonstrates its commitment to prevention of harassment to the Court or outside agency. The webinar addresses laws that HR is responsible for upholding. When the laws are not followed, it increases the liability for the organization and interferes with a fair and equitable work environment for employees.
Areas Covered in the Session:
To determine if an investigation is necessary To discuss the steps of an investigation To explore the intricacies of interviewing the accuser, accused and witnesses To differentiate between a formal and informal investigative procedures To determine credibility of all interviewees To draw conclusions following an investigation To list necessary elements in writing the formal report outlining the investigation
Discussion about if and when an investigation is required Comparison of a formal and informal investigation process Planning for the investigation Review of what Constitutes a Witness Legal Issues Surrounding an Investigation such as Confidentiality, Defamation of Character, and false Imprisonment The importance of Documentation of each Interviewee Examples of Appropriate and Inappropriate Documentation and why it is Critical Specific details regarding how to Corroborate Evidence List of Criteria to determine Credibility of those Interviewed He Said/she Said The Role of the Investigator in forming an opinion following the Investigation How to follow-up with the target, accused, and the organization The critical importance of an investigative report List of Misconduct Triggers that are a catalyst for an Investigation Template Final Report
Who Will Benefit
Human Resources professionals - those tasked with investigations such as Generalists, Mangers, and Directors Attorneys HR Consultants
Instructor: Dr. Susan Strauss is a national and international speaker, trainer, consultant and a recognized expert on workplace and school harassment and bullying. She conducts harassment and bullying investigations and functions as an expert witness in harassment and bullying lawsuits. Her clients are from business, education, healthcare, law, and government organizations from both the public and private sector.
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