Soft Skills: Introduction to Workplace Etiquette - Recording

Soft Skills: Introduction to Workplace Etiquette - Recording

This course will help you assess your level of self-respect and dignity, how to display patience, how to say no diplomatically, and how to make a positive impression, which will allow you to develop more meaningful relationships with colleagues and build a more pleasant work environment that boosts productivity.

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The word etiquette, for many people, commonly equates to remembering to not put your elbows on the table or always saying, “please” and “thank you.” But in the workplace, etiquette is far more encompassing and can be the difference between a comfortable workplace and a frustrating one. Being polite, keeping a clean workspace, or using proper grammar in an email can be some of the small, attentive details that make the workplace more enjoyable.

This course will help you assess your level of self-respect and dignity, how to display patience, how to say no diplomatically, and how to make a positive impression, which will allow you to develop more meaningful relationships with colleagues and build a more pleasant work environment that boosts productivity.

Registered attendees will receive access information when the recording is available. You will have unlimited view access to this recording for six months from the date of issue. The issue date is the first day the recording is available to you.

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Date & Time July 30, 2020
10am - 11:30am Eastern
9am - 10:30am Central
Recording will be available after live class runs on July 30, 2020
Instructor Pam Seabolt
Prerequisites There are no prerequisites
Credits This workshop has been approved for 2 General Library Education Units (LEUs) for Indiana library staff.
Audience ALL
Topic Other
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You will receive a general email confirmation immediately upon successfully registering for this workshop. All registered attendees will receive an additional email letting you know about access to the recording. If you do not receive this access email within one business day, please email training@mcls.org.

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Online via Wistia

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Instructor: Pam Seabolt

Pam has over 20 years’ experience in public libraries working in various capacities, including public services, technical services, technology, outreach services, programming, department manager, and branch manager. She has been with the Midwest Collaborative for Library Services (MCLS) since 2017. Through her role, Pam works with multi-type libraries across Indiana, and presents various training opportunities and meeting facilitation on topics such as technology, digital literacy, community engagement, soft skills, and customer service.

Pam has experience in working with staff to develop technology competencies and digital learning experiences, and has planned and implemented multiple technology projects. Pam has a Facilitation Skills and Facilitating Virtual Training Certificates from the Association for Talent Development, has been trained as a Public Innovator through the ALA/Harwood Institute’s Public Innovators Lab, and has training in Strategic Planning for Public Libraries through the University of Michigan. Pam’s educational background includes a B.S. in Child Development and Family Studies with a minor in History and a M.L.S. from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis.

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Date(s) and time(s):
July 30, 2020
10am - 11:30am Eastern
9am - 10:30am Central
Recording will be available after live class runs on July 30, 2020

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