Exhibition at Special Collections, University of Otago acknowledging Martin Luther’s provocative action towards the Protestant Reformation, 500 years ago.
Studying NCEA Year 12/13? Join the Department of Media, Film and Communications Studies for these two short courses as part of their Outreach Programme.
Important works from Hocken’s pictorial collections and gems from their archives, books, ephemera, maps and music along with works from Special Collections and Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
Registration form on page 1 of PDF. Or contact VJ Henderson Associates. The Registration form is due on Thursday 18th of May 2017.
CANCELLATION POLICY: Registrations cancelled less than five working days prior to commencement of the workshop are not eligible for a refund. However a substitute from the same company may attend. Some courses are subject to special conditions.
Cost includes all handout materials and lunch
HOW TO MANAGE BEHAVIOURS AND ATTITUDES
To assist all Managers and Front Line Team Leaders to deal with personality behaviours
which disrupt the working environment and create disharmony to the team.
• To assist people who have to deal with demanding and difficult colleagues, external
contacts and customers.
CONTENT • What is the difference between personality and behaviour?
• Which should you manage?
• What types of people do we have to deal with?
• Welcome to the animal kingdom
• How close to the animal kingdom are humans when it comes to behaviour?
• The Sheep – loses direction
• The Donkey – is stubborn
• The Puppy – needs attention
• Learning to understand people
• Domestication and conditioning
• Dealing with conflict
• What are you REALLY dealing with in this situation?
• Controlling your emotions
• First impressions are not always real
• The difference between Leadership and Management
• When to lead and when to manage
• Why we need both qualities
• How to set measureable standards in behaviour
• Changing behaviour
• DOPE test (Dove, Owl, Peacock, Eagle) – a fun self behavioural assessment
FACILITATOR Leo Wenborn – A highly recognised and successful management consultant and trainer
with a wealth of experience in the practical implementation of management in public and
private organisations. Leo has over twenty years experience and his enthusiasm and
knowledge provides the highest-quality learning opportunity
Under the new reporting standards for Tier 3 and Tier 4 charities, revenue/receipts and expenditure/payments must be reported according to certain minimum categories. In this webinar we will cover:
- What are the minimum categories and what is the rationale for each category?
- How to determine which category to record items under
- Guidance on breaking down and renaming the minimum categories
- A chance to ask questions
On completion of the webinar, you will understand how to use and present the minimum categories and how to apply them to your own charity.
Public Health Seminar delivered by Dr Keith Reid
DanceWork2017 short group choreographies by students
A seminar from visiting doctoral candidate Alice Martini
Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology seminar presented by Dr Carla J Meledandri of the Department of Chemistry
In the November 29 1711 edition of The Spectator, Joseph Addison imagines an unusual theatre-goer: a manual labourer who is also an expert critic….