Networking Etiquette Workshop at Trinity University

August 25, 2011

Barbara A. F. Greene will be conducting a networking etiquette workshop for students at Trinity University on September 12, 2011.

The TrinitE Parent, an electronic newsletter for parents & families, describes the event as follows:

Networking Etiquette Workshop
Monday, September 12, from 6 – 7 p.m. in the Lightner Tea Room
Making professional contacts can be intimidating for students. However, by attending this interactive workshop, students will learn and practice the skills needed to make the most of networking opportunities with alumni and other professionals. If your student is attending the San Antonio Making Connections event (a networking event with alumni), the Networking Etiquette Workshop will provide excellent preparation. Please encourage your students to come and learn from our guest speaker, Barbara A. F. Greene, Founder and CEO of Greene and Associates, Inc. Students can RSVP in TigerJobs.

SAHRMA Knowledge Management Symposium, September 23rd

August 11, 2011

I am excited to let you know about an outstanding upcoming learning opportunity that will focus on the topic of Knowledge Management. Greene and Associates, Inc. is supporting the Symposium as the breakfast sponsor and promoting this program in other ways.

The San Antonio Human Resource Management Association (SAHRMA) has partnered with CPS Energy, the San Antonio Association for Organizational Development (SAAOD), and APQC to offer a Knowledge Management Symposium on Friday, September 23, 2011, at Valero.

The Knowledge Management Symposium will be an excellent opportunity for organizations to learn cutting edge concepts and methods to effectively implement knowledge capture, retention, and transfer practices and procedures. The program has been submitted for HRCI Credit.

BE ONE OF THE FIRST TO REGISTER AND RECEIVE A FREE COPY OF THE APQC BOOK, THE NEW EDGE IN KNOWLEDGE ($30 Value)

EARLY-BIRD REGISTRATION is available through the SAHRMA website. (Early-Bird ends September 2, 2011)

I hope that you register for the Knowledge Management Symposium, and I look forward to seeing you there.