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Becoming an MVP—a ‘More Valuable (team) Player’

2013 October 31
by HISD Communications

If you are right-handed, would you practice writing with your left hand to improve your handwriting? Of course not!

Over time, we develop innate talents—we perform them naturally, without thinking about it. And now, the Onboarding and Organizational Development Department is offering a new professional development session to help employees play up those abilities to become stronger members of Team HISD.

“MVP: Capitalizing on Strengths to Become a More Valuable (Team) Player” will take place from 1 to 4 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 8, at the Hattie Mae White Educational Support Center (4400 W. 18th St., 77092), and during this course, participants will learn how to:

  • Focus on their strengths, rather than their short-comings, to make meaningful strides toward being a stronger contributor and interacting more effectively on their team.
  • Tap into the talents that define their natural strengths and use them to complement their teammates’ strengths.
  • Become a more valuable team player by doing what they already do best.

This session is designed to build professional competency in the area of interpersonal effectiveness and people and team development.

To register, please visit: A downloadable flyer (.pdf) is here.

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