- The International Association of Administrative Professionals®(IAAP®)
This organization has a lot of very good information on professional development and resources such as Key Trends in Administrative Support, Career Development Advice, and Tips for Employees/Managers.
- Frequently Used Forms
Forms such as RTAs, Travel Vouchers, and Contract Travel Vendor Exceptions.
- We recently had an informative presentation about our Office of Alumni Relations. You can do your part by giving the Office of Alumni Relations any updates you have on the graduates in your department. The Alumni website has departmental alumni web-pages, an e-newsletter, networking groups, and much more. They also have the Alumni House Sun Room which holds 20 people available to be reserved for use by student organizations, etc.
Did you dread book reports in school or presentations in college? Does the thought of speaking in front of a group of people make your knees go weak and your mouth dry? Would you rather go head to head with a rattlesnake than give a speech? If so, you aren’t alone! Public speaking is usually ranked as one of the top ten things people fear the most.
Toastmasters can help! Toastmasters International is an organization dedicated to improving public speaking and leadership skills by providing a friendly, supportive environment with proven programs.
The Department of Health Studies is hosting two meetings to help staff, students, and faculty learn more about the benefits of Toastmasters and to gauge the interest in starting a club on campus.
Thursday, August 30th, 12:00 – 1:00 pm in CFO 13th Floor Conf. Room (come and go)
Grab a flyer or take a few minutes to talk to a Toastmaster.
Thursday, September 13th, 12:00 – 1:00 pm in ACT 601
(meeting lasts approx. 45 minutes with Q & A at the end)
Attend a real Toastmasters meeting to see how they operate!
Resources and Workshops
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