The Office of Organizational and Employee Development is pleased to present Learning Exchanges. These hour long webinars are a learning opportunity open to the entire USGS. Topics for the Learning Exchanges include information pertinent to the USGS such as Budget and Science Ethics, Mentoring topics such as mentoring tips, dos and don'ts, Leadership and Supervisory topics such as Leadership lessons and Telework regulations as well as general self-help topics like Conflict Resolution and Assertive Communication. In addition to these learning opportunities, we are offering "Share Your Science Moments" where USGS employees share their work through these Learning Exchange Webinars.
Attendance is free and registration is easy. Please note that in order to manage the Learning Exchanges more effectively and to allow for greater input from you, the audience, we have put in place a registration process. Please be sure to register early for the webinar you wish to attend using the "Register Now" link in the schedule below.
We continually work to grow our list of Learning Exchange topics and to keep our schedule full of pertinent and interesting sessions. Additional Learning Exchange sessions will be announced, so please come again to check out what’s new! Your participation and feedback are appreciated and valued. We look forward to chatting with you in an upcoming Learning Exchange.
Schedule of Upcoming Sessions
The list of upcoming sessions allows you to find out more about any topic or presenter by clicking on the presenter's name. Registration is required to attend a session. You can register 30 days prior to the presentation date. Details on how to join the session will be sent to you via email following registration.
|September 9, 2014||Register Now||Ken Belongia||Ethics – A Q&A Session||2:00-3:00 pm EST|
12:00-1:00 pm MST
|September 25, 2014||Register Now||Kathy Faison and |
|Generations in the Workplace||2:00-3:00 pm EST|
12:00-1:00 pm MST
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