“Helping Your Team to Manage Through Change” seminar

PULLMAN – The Administrative Professional Advisory Council (APAC) is sponsoring a seminar from 2-4 p.m. May 13, in the Food Science Human Nutrition (FSHN) Building, Room T101. The seminar is by Dr. Lawrie Robertson from the University of Washington School of Public Health and is open to all WSU personnel.
The seminar, “Helping Your Team to Manage Change,” deals with change and how it brings about losses and gains.
– What change is and what it means
– How to assess the group’s culture & anticipate impacts caused by change
– How to support people through transition
– Responses to change
The seminar is available to off-site WSU staff through WECN.  It is important to pre-register.  To enroll in the upcoming “Helping Your Team to Manage Through Change” session:
1. Click here  to access the course description page 
2. Click the ‘Sessions’ link at the top of course description page
3. Scroll to the bottom of the next page and click the Session Number:
# ilt_wsu_MGMT_680-0001: May 13, 2009; 2:00-4:00p.m.
4. Scroll to the bottom of the next page and click ‘Enroll Me.’
If you have an email address associated with your WSU Online Learning Account you will receive an immediate confirmation of registration as well as an emailed reminder shortly before the session date.
Need help enrolling?  Contact hrstraining@wsu.edu  or if you have any other questions, please contact Gayle Anderson, (509)335-8344 or anderson53@wsu.edu.
Location sites are as follows with video stream capability:
Origin: Pullman T-101; Other Location Sites: Puyallup: Puyallup Conference Room; Spokane: SAC 515; Tri-Cities: 224W; Vancouver: VCLS 110; Yakima: C253; WSU West: North Conference Room.  If you do not see your site listed and wish to view it, please contact Gayle Anderson.
Dr. Lawrie Robertson, MSW, MBA, currently serves as the Director of Finance and Administration for the University of Washington’s School of Public Health and Community Medicine – 4th ranked among 37 accredited US Schools of Public Health.