University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

LifeMatters Brown Bag Lunch Offering - Fall 2014

The Best Place to Work Initiative, in conjunction with Human Resources and the UW-Milwaukee's Employee Assistance Provider (EAP) LifeMatters, is offering a Brown Bag Lunch series over the Fall semester. The programs offered will focus on Getting Organized at Work. Sign up today and let’s continue to make UWM the Best Place to Work!

How do I register?

To register for the classes listed below, go to the Brown Bag Lunch Series Calendar. Once at the calendar, click on the desired class by locating the appropriate start date. The details of the class will pop up, click on the Register to this Event link to complete the registration form.

How do I pay?

The Brown Bag Lunch Series programs are FREE for UWM employees to attend.

Business Etiquette
Monday, October 13, 2014
Time: 11:30 am -12:30 pm
Where: Student Union 191

Basic knowledge and practice of etiquette is a valuable advantage in business. Your actions will be remembered as your company’s actions. Content includes:

- Practicing professionalism
- E-mail do’s and don’ts
- Proper meeting etiquette
- Dressing for work
- Socializing with clients or customers

Managing Multiple Priorities
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
Time: 11:30 am -12:30 pm
Where: Student Union 191

How do you manage when you have a number of priorities that require your attention? Do you end the day feeling frustrated or overwhelmed because you were not able to complete your tasks? Content includes:

- Planning your day
- Prioritizing tasks
- Identifying time wasters
- Organization tips

Time Management
Wednesday, December 3, 2014
Time: 11:30 am -12:30 pm
Where: Student Union 191

Our lives pull us in so many different directions that at times it seems like there are not enough hours in the day to accomplish all we need to do. Learn how to use your time more efficiently in this brown bag. Content includes:

- Defining what is important to you
- Making better use of time
- Chart your energy cycle and your day
- Making “me” time
- A guide to setting priorities