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TO NBDC PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CUSTOMERS:

Public classes are cancelled through Friday, May 15, 2020.  These classes will be offered again at a later date.  We will be monitoring the evolving coronavirus situation and will be providing information and updates on a regular basis.
 
If you are currently registered for a class, I will be touching base with information specific to your class.  Decisions made for classes scheduled after April 3 will be reviewed weekly and updates will be sent out. We will be  holding some classes virtually (see below), this list will be updated periodically.
 
REGISTER FOR THE UPCOMING CLASSES THAT WILL BE HELD VIRTUALLY!
Transitioning To Supervision, April 9
Prioritize or Agonize, take online at your convenience, email Kim Harter, kkharter@unomaha.edu for more information.

 

UPCOMING FREE WEBINARS AND CLASSES!

April 7, 11:00 am. CST 6 Tips for Working Virtually, Beth Giesbrecht
Many of us are finding ourselves working virtually for the first time in our lives. It’s quite a transition. This webinar will share six tips from a seasoned virtual worker. REGISTER

April 14, 11:00 am CST Resiliency in the Virtual Environment, Pamela Sumner
The playbook for working remotely that existed even a month ago has been thrown out the window. More than ever we now need to welcome the new world of working virtually and implement a personal and professional resiliency strategy. In this webinar we will explore those factors within and beyond our control, acceptance based coping and how to connect to a place of inner peace. REGISTER

April 21, 11:00 am CST How to Stay Mindful When Working Virtually, Karen Klingberg
Here are some mindful habits that you can practice while working from home. REGISTER


If you have any specific questions or comments, please let me know.

Kim Harter
kkharter@unomaha.edu 
The health and safety of our community continues to be our primary concern in this fluid situation, and we are making decisions following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), The Nebraska University Central Administration, along with state and county health departments. These decisions are being made to help mitigate and slow the spread of COVID-19 and to help protect the UNO and greater Omaha Community.

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