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Professional Skills Programme 2019-20

Registration on Eventbrite will only be accepted on submission of LinkedIn Learning (lil.tcd.ie) pre-course work completion certificate(s) emailed to staffdev@tcd.ie 

Book early:  Places are limited and are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Programme

Speaker

Date & Venue

Booking

Managers Forum - Leading

People Managers only

Louise Power
Learning and Development Team, HR
23 June 2020
14:15 - 15:30

Editing for Professionals

Pre-course work:  Editing and Proofreading made Simple  (39 mins). 

All staff

Sarah Marriott
Plain English Ireland
29th June 2020
9:30 - 11:45
online
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Writing for Professionals

Pre-course work: Business Writing Principals (1½ hrs)

All staff
Sarah Marriott
Plain English Ireland
30th June 2020
9:30 - 11:45
online

Managing Effective Meetings online

People Managers / Chairs / Secretaries

  7 July 2020
9:30 - 11:45

Responding to Distressed People
Faculty of Health Sciences Staff only

  • This experiential workshop aims to equip people with the skills, knowledge and confidence to support others who are experiencing distress.
  • The workshop covers active listening, boundaries and referral skills, and active participation is encouraged and facilitated.
It is hoped that people will gain a sense that they can feel more confident to engage with others who are in distress with a view to hearing their story, minding themselves in doing so and feeling equipped to consider suggestions they can make about where further support can be found.
Student Counselling Services

10th July 2020
9.30am - 1.00pm
Student Counselling Services Seminar Room

Location on Google Maps

Responding to Distressed People
Faculty of Health Sciences Staff only

  • This experiential workshop aims to equip people with the skills, knowledge and confidence to support others who are experiencing distress.
  • The workshop covers active listening, boundaries and referral skills, and active participation is encouraged and facilitated.
It is hoped that people will gain a sense that they can feel more confident to engage with others who are in distress with a view to hearing their story, minding themselves in doing so and feeling equipped to consider suggestions they can make about where further support can be found.
Student Counselling Services

17th July 2020
9.30am - 1.00pm
Student Counselling Services Seminar Room

Location on Google Maps

Minute-taking Made Easy

Pre-course Work:
Click this link to complete online lil.tcd.ie work Creating a Meeting Agenda (36 mins)

 

Sarah Marriott
Plain English Ireland

To be confirmed

 

Practical Project Management – 2-day event

Pre-course work (1½ hrs):
(1)   Complete online lil.tcd.ie (LinkedIn Learning) Project Management Foundations - Small Projects.

(2) Send your completion certificate to staffdev@tcd.ie. At that point a link to book your place will be sent to you.

Priority will be given to those actively participating in projects.

 

Ernie Phillips
Sophos Management Ltd.

To be confirmed

To book send your completion certificate to staffdev@tcd.ie
 

Supervisory Management Skills – 2-day event

Who should attend:
This programme is aimed towards staff who want to develop their supervisory management skills (for existing, or those planning to become supervisors/managers in the near future).

Pre-course work:
(1) Click the link to complete online lil.tcd.ie pre-course work:
Delegating Tasks To Your Team (50mins) and 
Leading Productive One-to-One Meetings (29mins)

(2) Send your completion certificate to staffdev@tcd.ie.  At that point a link to book your place will be sent to you.

Maura Murphy and Gina Daly
SQT Training

To be confirmed

To book send your completion certificate to staffdev@tcd.ie

 
How to prepare for media interviews   To be confirmed  
Social Media and Platforms   To be confirmed  
How to write an OpEd   To be confirmed  
Pitch to Win   To be confirmed  
Storytelling for Impact   To be confirmed  
Social Media and Your Profile   To be confirmed  
The Art of Presenting   To be confirmed  
       
Resilience: Relationships Matter
All staff
Sinead Gaynor 11th May 2020 complete
Resilience: Getting Better at Stress
All staff
Sinead Gaynor 13th May 2020 complete

Leveraging from Individual Differences when Working Remotely
All staff

Anne Hennessy
Vitae Consulting

19th May 2020

complete

Inducting new staff remotely - for people managers
People managers only

Anne Hennessy
Vitae Consulting

21st May 2020

complete
Resilience: Prioritising Wellness and Self Care
All staff
Sinead Gaynor 22nd May 2020
complete
Resilience: Wellbeing when Working Remotely 
All staff
Anne Hennessy
Vitae Consulting
28th May 2020
complete

Resilience: Building an Agile and Supportive Mindset
All staff

Sinead Gaynor 3rd June 2020 complete

Collaboration and Engagement in Remote Teams 

All staff

Anne Hennessy
Vitae Consulting

4th June 2020

complete

Responding to Distressed People

  • This experiential workshop aims to equip people with the skills, knowledge and confidence to support others who are experiencing distress.
  • The workshop covers active listening, boundaries and referral skills, and active participation is encouraged and facilitated.
It is hoped that people will gain a sense that they can feel more confident to engage with others who are in distress with a view to hearing their story, minding themselves in doing so and feeling equipped to consider suggestions they can make about where further support can be found.
Student Counselling Services

5th June 2020

complete

Resilience Strategies: Relationships Matter

All staff

Sinead Gaynor 10th June 2020 complete

Managers Forum: Leading

People Managers only

Louise Power
Learning and Development Team, HR
10th June 2020  

Responding to Distressed People

  • This experiential workshop aims to equip people with the skills, knowledge and confidence to support others who are experiencing distress.
  • The workshop covers active listening, boundaries and referral skills, and active participation is encouraged and facilitated.
It is hoped that people will gain a sense that they can feel more confident to engage with others who are in distress with a view to hearing their story, minding themselves in doing so and feeling equipped to consider suggestions they can make about where further support can be found.
Student Counselling Services

12th June 2020

 

Responding to Distressed People

  • This experiential workshop aims to equip people with the skills, knowledge and confidence to support others who are experiencing distress.
  • The workshop covers active listening, boundaries and referral skills, and active participation is encouraged and facilitated.
It is hoped that people will gain a sense that they can feel more confident to engage with others who are in distress with a view to hearing their story, minding themselves in doing so and feeling equipped to consider suggestions they can make about where further support can be found.
Student Counselling Services

19th June 2020

 

Induction and Probating New Staff Remotely

People Managers only

Louise Power
Learning and Development Team, HR
22 June 2020  
       

Wellbeing

HR Learning & Development are delighted to announce online series of Wellbeing for all staff. Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment. Please go to our HR Wellbeing page for more information.

Programme

Speaker

Date & Venue

Booking

Wellbeing - Fall Still

All Staff

Jerry Kelly
First HRD
1 July 2020
9:30 - 10:30
online
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Wellbeing - It's Becoming a Habit

All Staff

Jerry Kelly
First HRD
8 July 2020
9:30 - 10:30
online

Wellbeing - Building Health Boundaries

All Staff

Jerry Kelly
First HRD
15 July 2020
9:30 - 10:30
online