Explore what matters and how those things we value most can be aligned with our work priorities and our organization’s work processes in a new three-part workshop, “What Matters at Work.” Sessions will be held over six weeks, with meetings on Jan. 16, Jan. 30, and Feb. 13, 2020, 9–10:30 a.m. at 21 North Park Street.

All too often, we spend our days reacting to others’ urgent calls and “crises,” rather than giving careful and systematic consideration to what matters to our customers, colleagues, and ourselves in an intentional manner. In this highly participatory workshop, participants will challenge themselves to reflect, clarify intentions, and follow through on commitments in order to improve our workplaces.

The registration fee of $95 includes a copy of the curriculum guide, What Matters at Work by Harry Webne-Behrman, UW–Madison emeritus. This will serve as a resource for continued learning. Registrants should plan on attending all three sessions and should expect to complete about one hour of work weekly outside of class over the six-week period. The registration deadline is Dec. 17, 2019 and space is limited.

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