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Posted on: July 13, 2017

Training & Development: Virtual Courses are Available

Training and development

Human Resources offers a catalog of virtual training opportunities for all job types and levels. Refer questions to Senior Training Coordinators Tony Beasley or Debbie Speed at 972-941-7339 and 972-941-7217, respectively. 

The offerings below are also among a full list of learning opportunities available on the Team Plano Training Calendar: CLICK HERE

Talent Development:
Gen Z, Explained (In-Person)
Wednesday, August 17

This interactive workshop explores the most diverse generation in American history, Gen Z, and their "unique voice." Developing beliefs, values, identity and their sense of belonging will be explored. Their social reality shapes the direction of relationships for the 21st century. 
8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Municipal Center, Training Room A 
Course Code in Peoplesoft: TD3411, 0001
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Talent Development:
Effective Communication: It's Your Job (In-Person)
Many of us act on the bias that others see the world exactly as we do. In truth, we each have our own unique way of interacting with others. Participants will learn about distinct interpersonal communication styles and how to better relate to coworkers, the modes of communication, and listening barriers and how to overcome them. We'll examine the components of a communication interaction and discuss the importance of applying skills of more effective conversations.
Thursday, August 18
8:30 a.m.-12 p.m., Building Inspections Training
Room (City Hall)
Course Code: TD2412, 0001
CLICK HERE to register in PeopleSoft
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The Plano Way:
1st Amendment Auditors: Who are they and what should you do? (In-Person)
First Amendment “auditors” show up unannounced at City buildings with cell phone cameras. They shoot video and ask a slew of questions, making people feel uncomfortable. While annoying, they are within their rights. The phenomenon of First Amendment "auditors" is growing in popularity, sometimes causing headaches for public servants - YOU. Their goal is to test government workers' knowledge of personal rights. But don't be fooled, most of the auditors monetize their work by publishing the videos on YouTube. Clicks and views equal revenue. They've hit several City departments and will likely be back. Join Media Relations Director Steve Stoler and learn how to handle these encounters.
Wednesday, August 24
10-11:30 a.m.
Municipal Center, Training Room A 
CLICK HERE to register in PeopleSoft


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