Make the most of UCOP technology with upcoming courses
We all use a variety of software and technology programs at our jobs every day, so learning to make the most of these programs can make a huge difference in your productivity and what you’re able to accomplish. Check out these upcoming classes from Learning and Development that can help you make the most of UCOP tech!
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People Leader Forum — Introduction to Gartner
Jan. 19, 1 – 2 p.m.
If you manage people, join our People Leader Forum — a monthly opportunity for supervisors to connect. Develop leadership skills, build community, share best practices, swap strategies for navigating current challenges and learn to better support yourself and your team! The January session will introduce Gartner, the world’s leading member-based advisory service, providing research, tools, resources and best practice guidance in several disciplines and industries.
Gartner Introduction (for all employees)
Jan. 24, 11:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
If you’ve activated your Gartner membership through UCOP and could use some guidance getting started, join us for a helpful virtual workshop. We’ll help you tailor your Gartner experience to leverage the latest research on generative AI, manager effectiveness, DEI and more through membership views, research resource centers, tools, benchmarks, upcoming webinars and advanced search.
UCOP Creating Accessible Documents
Jan. 23, 10 – 11:30 a.m.
Digital accessibility is about ensuring users with disabilities can easily access and engage with any digital content. In this course, you will learn the principles of digital accessibility, how to generate accessible Microsoft Office Documents and how to export these to PDF.
Collaborating Productively in Hybrid Meetings
March 20, 1 – 3 p.m. — Hybrid workshop (Oakland + Zoom)
In this new workshop, we’ll address the biggest challenges meeting facilitators and participants face in a hybrid format and teach you how to overcome them to lead meetings smoothly. We’ll cover preparation and processes that will increase participation and engagement, and include all voices — whether guests are participating in person or virtually.