The Green at Century Square, 175 Century Square Dr., College Station, TX 77840
Join Century Square on Monday, December 4 from 7:15-8:15pm for Yoga on The Green hosted by The Yoga District. Start your week off right with Kimberly Gallego as she this practice through an all level flow. Please bring your own mat and water. Yoga on The Green classes are free and open to the public, all levels of experience are welcome!
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.
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Performance Reviews: A Step-By-Step Process for Conducting them Meaningfully and Effectively
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This Course is approved by HRCI and SHRM Recertification Provider. Overview: One of the most critical areas of employee relationships-and one of the biggest challenges management faces today-is conducting effective performance appraisals and determining appropriate merit increases. Learn to give performance appraisals that help motivate employees to achieve goals and increase their value to the organization.
Since both managers and employees often view performance appraisals with anxiety, attention is given to preparing for and conducting performance discussions that are objective, complete and defensible. You'll also share experiences and participate in various exercises with other participants to better understand how to obtain the best possible performance from employees.
Why should you Attend:
How to conduct motivational and directional performance appraisal reviews Planning the review Managing the review process Subtle ways to keep sensitive employees from having their feelings hurt How to suggest improvement to an employee's performance in a way that boosts an employee's spirits Why employees sometimes fear reviews Ways to increase standards of performance
Would you like to conduct more effective performance reviews? wasting?
Would you like to know how to give people "bad news" in a way which will not hurt but ion fact improve your working relationships?
Would you like to be able to suggest improvement in a way which encourages rather than discourages?
If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, then come laugh, listen and learn as Chris DeVany leads us all through those important topics, key questions and answers we all need to be able to address effectively to improve our team members' and team's performance, no matter how widely distributed everyone is!
Areas Covered in the Session:
State of the Art Practices in Performance Reviews Why annual reviews are not adequate Staff involvement and ownership through self-appraisal and dialogue
Traps to Avoid in the Performance Appraisal Process Developing Performance Measures Using behavioral terms Defining levels of performance
Collecting Information About Performance Establishing a record-keeping system Making observations Encouraging staff to monitor themselves
Communicating the Appraisal Setting the tone for a two-way discussion Evaluating and maximizing strengths Communicating about problem areas without creating defensiveness Setting mutual goals for maintaining and improving performance Using the review as an opportunity for career planning Handling resistance What to do if you reach a stalemate
Following Up on the Review Monitoring performance
Making informal appraisal an ongoing occurrence
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.
This Course is approved by HRCI and SHRM Recertification Provider. Overview: Too many managers do not have the promotable trait called Executive Presence. There are numerous definitions - some focus simply on the communication skills others focus on skills that are too tactical. Leaders need to project the Executive Presence to motivate and challenge their direct reports. Learn the key skills for Executive Presence - that reflect your readiness to be promoted.
Why should you Attend: Has this happened to you? You realize that everyone around you is getting promoted except for you. The feedback you have received focuses on your superior ability to get results with the caveat that your communication lacks emotional-social intelligence. If this sounds familiar and you are not sure what your next steps are, you need to take to improve your Executive Presence.
Areas Covered in the Session:
The leader exudes self-confidence They use influence and emotional-social intelligent communication style balanced with a sincere drive for results Understand the business- strategically - knows how things work Lead team on an issue or challenge - work toward goal and results Choose appropriate modes to operate - negotiation, directness, results driven, etc Provides timely feedback Component that often gets focused on: appearance that exudes self-confidence Effectively manages perceptions It is more than just dressing well Can be counted on when times are tough - inner winner mindset
Who Will Benefit:
Leaders Managers Individual Contributors High Potentials Baby Boomers
Instructor: Valerie Pelan has been consulting and providing Executive coaching for over 10 years.
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