Why bother with teamwork? After all, isn't it simpler to just do your job and not worry about what anyone else is doing? During this workshop we will explore just why working together as a team is so important to the success of the University as well as your personal success. By the end of the session, you will be able to:
Understand why change happens.
Understand who is responsible for change.
Deal with the four phases of change.
Examine behaviors that are obstacles to change.
Understand why teams have become so important to American companies.
Demonstrate your understanding of the four stages of team development.
Understand how to deal with challenges to your team's communication.
Understand how to cope with conflicts in your team.
Choose to take the initiative through supporting the team.
InDesign is a publishing software application produced by Adobe Systems. It's the ultimate tool for designing professional page layouts. InDesign can be used to create posters, flyers, brochures, magazines, newspapers and books. InDesign can also publish content suitable for tablet devices or the web. During this course, we will cover the following topics:
Exploration of the InDesign application window including tools and panels
Leaders today are called upon more often to deal with challenges and pressures including doing more with fewer resources, implementing organizational and business changes, finding ways to increase efficiency and productivity, meeting greater customer expectations, and delivering results and retaining good employees. To meet today's demands with today's workforce requires a new set of coaching skills. After this workshop, participants will be able to:
Encourage front line staff to deliver the results you need.
Guide front line staff to think and do things for themselves.
Motivate front line staff to take on responsibility and perform effectively.
This introductory course will help you get started with Adobe Acrobat Professional and give you all the tools you need to begin working with and creating Acrobat documents. Additional topics include capturing images and text from an Acrobat document, adding electronic navigation, and combining multiple documents using Acrobat. After completing this class, you should know how to:
Create pdfs from different authoring programs
Navigate the Acrobat work area
Search pdf contents
Capture images and text
Organize pdfs with bookmarks
Incorporate hyperlinks to navigate to websites or other pdf page views
Establish and read a pdf article
Add new text to a pdf using the Typewriter Tool
Use the TouchUp Text Tool to make simple text edits
Utilize the TouchUp Object tool to add or adjust images