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Coaching and Developing Employees

April 19, 2017

  • Looking to know more about inspiring your employees in challenging moments?
  • Do you need more information on Workplace coaching?
  • Do you want to be a more effective coach?
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Lynda.com online course – "Coaching and Developing Employees"

April 19, 2017

  • Looking to know more about inspiring your employees in challenging moments?
  • Do you need more information on Workplace coaching?
  • Do you want to be a more effective coach?

In this course, you will learn what coaching is and how to use effective coaching model to help with your employees’ career and developmental goals. You will learn the benefits of developing your team and empower them to do more productive and engaging work. Also, you will learn how to build your own leadership and coaching skills and equip yourself with tools which help you to be more collaborative and less directive. The course wraps with a look at how you can maintain the coaching momentum in the workplace and address common challenges.

Instructions to access Lynda.com.

If you have any queries regarding Lynda.com, contact organisationalcapability@cdu.edu.au


Wellness tip – Healthy sleep

April 10, 2017

Sleep has many functions, helping maintain optimal emotional and social functioning, and affecting our general health and energy levels every day of our lives. Most adults need 7 - 9 hours of sleep a night.

To find out how you can develop good sleep habits, so you get a good night’s sleep,
go to Safety, Emergency and Wellbeing.


Lynda.com online course – “Critical Thinking”

April 5, 2017

Critical thinking is both a mindset and the application of some simple tools. So many times when people ask us, "Can you go solve this problem," we rush off and start solving it without stopping to think before we do. We're facing new demands that require extensive amounts of information before we can make a decision.


Lynda.com online course – “Critical Thinking”

April 5, 2017

Critical thinking is both a mindset and the application of some simple tools. So many times when people ask us, "Can you go solve this problem," we rush off and start solving it without stopping to think before we do. We're facing new demands that require extensive amounts of information before we can make a decision. There are multiple departments involved in all of our problem-solving efforts, and each department is contributing its own input. The critical thinking process is what's going to differentiate the solutions we develop versus rushing off without any thought at all. It is the ability to think reflectively and independently in order to make thoughtful decisions. By focusing on root-cause issues, critical thinking helps to avoid future problems that can result from actions.

Instructions to access Lynda.com.

If you have any queries regarding Lynda.com, contact organisationalcapability@cdu.edu.au


Lynda.com online course - “Microsoft Planner”

March 20, 2017
 
Getting things done is all about implementing solutions that facilitate successful collaboration. Microsoft Planner enables groups to structure teamwork more easily and boost productivity. This course offers a quick overview of how to get things done in Planner, from creating plans and setting due dates to updating projects and sharing files with team members.

Instructions to access Lynda.com.

If you have any queries regarding Lynda.com, contact organisationalcapability@cdu.edu.au


Lynda.com online course - “Getting Things Done”

March 6, 2017

  • Do you think that your “to do list” is in chaos?
  • Do you often feel that you have too much to do?
  • Need guidance on how to stay on top of your work?

Time management expert; David Allen came up with the Getting Things Done system which can assist you to stay on top of your work and avoid feeling buried by it. In this course you will learn how to capture, clarify, organize, reflect, and engage with tasks that are demanding your attention, and come away with a clear head and a clear focus.

Instructions to access Lynda.com.

If you have any queries regarding Lynda.com, contact organisationalcapability@cdu.edu.au


Wellness tip – Colds and Flu Season

March 2, 2017

The cold and flu season, usually May to September, is fast approaching.

Colds and Flu are spread through air droplets i.e. coughing and sneezing. The viruses causing colds and flus can survive on some hard surfaces for several hours. Touching surfaces contaminated by infected droplets (hands, phone, and keyboards) may lead to infection. These viruses can be removed with normal household detergents.  To find how good hygiene will go a long way in preventing colds and flus, go to Safety, Emergency and Wellbeing.


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