Ключевым процессом развития сегодняшней экономики является прогрессирующая глобализация. Бизнес в России уже давно перестал быть локальным. И уже давно не стоят вопросы типа «необходимо ли учить языки?», «Нужны ли сотрудники со знанием иностранных языков?», «Сколько сотрудников в фирме должны владеть иностранными языками?». Вопрос сегодня есть только один: «Как наиболее дешево и качественно организовать обучение персонала иностранному языку?».
Методы обучения персонала
Поговорим про изучение английского языка, который наиболее востребован на сегодняшнем рынке. Логичным следствие подобной острой востребованности является множество способов и предложений по изучению языка. Сразу отметем самостоятельное изучение, даже за корпоративный счет. Как показывает практика, если язык нужен для профессионального общения, индивидуальные занятия, даже с носителем языка, не специализирующемся на бизнес-тематике, не могут дать необходимого уровня подготовки. Не забывайте, что ваш персонал должен изучать не столько иностранный язык, сколько язык профессионального общения. То есть, фактически, заново освоить всю систему мимики, жестов, пауз и убыстрений разговора, которой они, не задумываясь, пользуются при разговоре на родном языке, но полностью теряют при некачественном изучении английского языка, даже при роскошном словарном запасе.
Сегодня для профессионалов бизнеса есть лишь одно решение: курсы различных уровней, индивидуальные занятия и занятия в группах. Существует множество программ для изучения английского языка онлайн, но и здесь не стоит забывать о необходимых вам целях: не все школы изучения языков онлайн помогут достигнуть вам своих целей.
Последний вариант, необходимо признать, наиболее оптимален, как по качеству изучения, так и по стоимости.
Первая задача, которая стоит перед компанией, решившей начать обучение персонала в школе английского языка – определиться с уровнем обучающихся. Для кого-то уже необходимы курсы делового английского, для кого-то английского разговорного, для кого-то занятия с носителями языка, для кого-то изучения английского языка для начинающих или вовсе с нуля. А кому-то уже необходима подготовка к экзаменам TOEFL или IELTS.
«Репетитор по английскому», «английский с преподавателем» — именно с такого поискового запроса многие начинают поиск вариантов обучения языку. Но искать надо не преподавателя, а школу изучения английского языка, которая сможет предложить вам весь спектр услуг. Признак хорошей школы, видный сразу даже человеку, далекому от проблем обучения – широкий спектр предлагаемых услуг. Он должен заключать в себя и онлайн изучение английского языка, и обучение в офисе, и углубленное изучение, и обучение руководителей, и обучение специалистов, английский с носителем и просто английский с преподавателем. Чем шире спектр предлагаемых услуг – тем лучше школа. Второй признак качественной школы английского языка – отзывы реальных бизнесменов и менеджеров, прошедших в ней обучение. Потому что мерилом качества, в конечном итоге, служит только практика.
- Advise individuals and groups, address important community issues and promote events to celebrate, socialize and develop a healthy, fun and nurturing community for those who identify as: lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, same-gender-loving, queer, questioning, allies, etc.
- Direct all administrative, budgetary, and programming activities of the LGBTRC.
- Develop, deliver and coordinate programs and services to provide outreach, support, advocacy and community building for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) undergraduate and graduate students, staff, faculty, and their allies.
- Establish, maintain and build connections with relevant student, staff, and faculty programs and offices at Cornell and the broader Ithaca community.
- Consult and collaborate with colleagues and offices campus-wide serving the LGBTQ community, as part of university initiatives, and to assess and respond to community needs.
- Develop and present programs and workshops, ranging from small groups to large events on LGBTQ-specific topics, as well as on general sexuality issues and other issues relevant to well-being and effecting campus climate change.
- Oversee the advisors to Haven, the LGBTQ student union, a peer-led LGBTQ umbrella student organization that, through its groups, organizes small and large events that focus on educational, social, and cultural outreach.
- Partner with the Dean of Students, and Student and Academic Services Director of External Relations to develop the resources for, and in particular alumni/ae support for the Resource Center.
Contact Name-Loreen Geiger
ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY
DIVERSITY ADVOCACY SPECIALISTS
Dean of Students Office
Illinois State University is seeking two Specialists to work in the Diversity Advocacy area of the Dean of Students Office. One position is focused on diversity education programming and the other on underrepresented student group advisement.
The Specialist for Educational Programming is responsible for planning, implementing, and assessing campus-wide diversity education programs, providing budgetary oversight for programs, chairing a funding committee, administering a student organization fund, planning a diversity awards ceremony and diversity retreat, and coordinating a Safe Zone ally program. The Specialist will also negotiate and prepare talent contracts and supervise one or more graduate assistants.
The Specialist for Underrepresented Student Group Advisement is responsible for advising the three ethnic and one GLBT ex-officio groups (Asian Pacific-American Coalition, Association of Latin American Students, Black Student Union, and ISU Pride). The Specialist will serve as a source of programming expertise, assist groups with their advocacy roles, serve as fiscal agent for group accounts, and conduct training and development for group members. The Specialist will also negotiate and prepare talent contracts and supervise or co-supervise a graduate assistant.
A master’s degree (preferably in Student Affairs Administration or related field) or a bachelor’s degree plus three years of related professional experience are required. The three years of related professional experience is required only of candidates who do not possess a master's degree.
To apply, visit us on-line by March 20, 2009 at http://IllinoisState.edu/jobs and follow all application instructions.
An equal opportunity/affirmative action university encouraging diversity
Program Administrator, Inter/Intra Cultural Programming & Advisement (Req. # 7326BR)
Office of LGBT Student Services
Title of Supervisor: Associate Director of Student Life/Director, LGBT Student Services
Please apply using the NYU HR site at http://www.nyu.edu/hr/
Application Deadline: August 15, 2008
ABOUT NEW YORK UNIVERSITY/OFFICE OF LGBT STUDENT SERVICES
When you come to work at New York University, it's more than just a job that awaits you. You have the opportunity to Experience Excellence.
NYU is consistently ranked among the best of the best schools for LGBTQ students. Prospective LGBTQ students seek out NYU, New York City, and the services of the office due to the breadth of offerings and campus climate. Thus working at the NYU Office of LGBT Student Services offers the opportunity to gain a wide range of experiences with LGBTQ and allied students from multiple backgrounds and to work with a well informed professional staff that traditionally is on the leading edge and innovator of LGBTQ campus services.
You are joining an exciting intellectual and cultural community, one where employees - faculty and staff – come together to create a unique product: excellence in education and research. You are part of a diverse, multi-cultural and creative institution, one with a world-wide reputation as a leader in higher education. NYU is the largest private university in the United States, with 12,000 faculty and staff from all over the world and 40,000 students from all 50 states and more than 120 foreign countries. NYU offers opportunities to have an impact on a truly global level.
To add to the stimulating environment, NYU is centered in Greenwich Village - a legendary queer friendly urban neighborhood, rich in cultural offerings and with a delightful small town character quite unlike any other. Employees have the experience of working in a small town inside a big town, with the best that both have to offer.
NYU offers a superior benefits package, which includes free NYU tuition for self and eligible family members, generous vacation, medical, dental and pension plans.
Develop and implement programming services, resources, and special events designed to attract, retain, involve and assist lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender students with multiple social identities (race, ethnicity, religion/spirituality, gender identity, international, socio-economic status, etc) with their intellectual, cultural, social and personal endeavors. Advise the Office of LGBT Student Services and its initiatives regarding inclusive inter/intra cultural programming among student organizations and other departments as well as represent the office among multicultural student constituencies. Provide special services and programming for transgender student populations and act as their advocate as needed.
Create, plan, oversee and help advise implementation of LGBTQ student events during heritage and awareness programing related to and including Transgender Awareness Week, Asian Pacific Awareness Month, Martin Luther King Junior Celebration Week, Women’s Herstory Month, Agape Week, Latino Heritage Month, Shuruq Week and African Heritage Month . Meet with students individually and in groups to assist with events planning, provide advice on personal issues, and assist with issues effecting their retention and success at the University. Provide information on community support services, professional organizations and community events. Make referrals to other administrative areas, faculty and outside organizations. Serve as liaison with the university community on behalf of students. Design and conduct workshops and events, seminars and symposia that address student interests, concerns and points of view; identify and invite speakers; design publicity campaigns and related marketing activities. Attend meetings and collaborate with university administrators, staff and faculty to address and meet the special needs of students.
Advise LGBT student organizations including T-Party (transgender and gender non-comforming students), Shades (LGBTQ students of color), Fluidity (sexual orientation and gender identities falls outside the binary of gay and lesbian) and CampGrrl (A social group for lesbian, bisexual, and transgender women).Counsel students, create and facilitate discussion groups, arrange guest speakers, and provide developmental programs that address a wide range of issues affecting students in assigned populations. Make recommendations and referrals for intervention and assistance; serve as a resource for staff and students on issues relating to student challenges, retention and success. Respond to bias complaints in order to assure the comfort and safety of students' environment. Educate the university community (students, faculty, staff, administration) through seminars, consultation, intervention on issues confronting the LGBT community (discrimination, identification, etc.).
Co-manage the Outspoken Peer Education Program consisting of Peer Educators in Residence (PEIRS) and Peers at Large (PEALS) in the services they provide for the University community. Help interview, select and train Peer Educators on general education skills and on LGBT issues. Supervise Peer Educators in Residence in conjunction with the Residential Education staff to assist with developing programs, and lend support and guidance in their efforts within the residence halls. Oversee activities of Outspoken peer educators in planning educational programming with LGBT focus for the entire University community (staff groups, RAs, student organizations, faculty). Schedule Outspoken members to facilitate these programs. Encourage peer educators to create new and innovative educational programs and help them develop their ideas into creative and informative programs.
Conceptualize and manage design and content of newsletters, posters, postcards and publicity material for key office and university-wide events. Oversee distribution to appropriate populations and ensure deadlines are met. Develop innovative office-wide marketing strategies. Establish and monitor standards of consistency and quality of events and publications using assessment tool data; analyze and report effectiveness, recommend new and modify existing marketing efforts. Provide reports to office head and student affairs administrators as needed. Manage office website; assure information is accurate and up to date.
Oversee the LGBT library; identify relevant materials and procure; assure materials are up to date. Create educational materials, research information, edit, proof and oversee every aspect of production.
Manage annual program budget for relevant programs, publications, events; prepare forecasts based on past trends and proposed new programming; authorize allocation of funds and review/approve expenditures within budget constraints. Advise and authorize club expenditures. Identify and negotiate circumstances, and facilitate visit of speakers including payment if necessary. 5%
Strong multicultural competency and an understanding of the issues of transgender young adults in higher education. Ability to communicate effectively and create connections between sexual/gender identity and other identities such as, but not limited to, race, faith, ethnic background, and socio-economic status.
Required: Bachelor's degree in Student Personnel, Higher Education, Social Science or relevant field with 3 years' of relevant experience working with students, developing programs, and providing advisement or an equivalent combination of education and experience including staff supervision, and budget management. Ability to interact with a diverse population at all levels. Excellent interpersonal, organizational, presentation and communication skills. Familiarity with standard office software.
Preferred: Master's degree in Higher Education or Student Personnel Administration. Experience working with adult students in a college or university setting. Experience developing or administering a social justice type of program. Knowledge of presentation software.
Please apply using the NYU HR site at http://www.nyu.edu/hr/
Application Deadline: August 15, 2008
- Current Location:excelsior, mn
- Current Mood:geeky
Columbia College and School of Engineering and Applied Science
Applicants must apply online to be considered: http://jobs.columbia.edu/applicants/Cen
The primary role of the Assistant Director of Multicultural Affairs will be to provide a comprehensive range of education, support, information, and advocacy on LGBTQ issues, and to work to create and maintain an open, safe, and inclusive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning students and the entire CC/SEAS community. Other duties include vital participation in the planning and implementation of community programs and trainings related to diversity and leadership development programs.
Provide information, outreach, support, and advisement for students identified as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning their sexual orientation. With various campus offices, establish and facilitate support groups, develop and provide resources on coming out, and create social activities. Make referrals to other professionals, offices, or organizations on and off campus and follow-up with students, as needed.
Identify areas for ally development and campus awareness and learning on issues concerning lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning population (experiences and history of the community, coming out, discrimination/ bias, interpersonal relations, health issues, AIDS). Develop, design, plan, and implement related programs including workshops, activities, ongoing series, special events, and performances.
Assist Safe Zone and in the LGBTQ/Ally peer facilitation program in planning and implementing programs and training for facilitators.
Participate in the constituency leadership mission through helping to facilitate workshops and participating in leadership trainings and retreats. Work with the other Assistant Director of Multicultural Affairs and students to plan and execute heritage month programming.
Assist student leaders in critical decision-making efforts by helping them to explore options and consequences of actions related to group leadership and event planning and execution.
Serve on cross-functional work teams within the Community Development unit.
Work with other members of Multicultural Affairs in the oversight and overall management of campus safe spaces, including Stephen Donaldson Lounge and the Malcolm X Lounge.
Assist with programs and services that further the mission of Multicultural Affairs.
Other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications/ Applicant MUST meet these minimum qualifications to be considered an applicant
Bachelor's degree and/or its equivalent.
Minimum of two years' professional experience in Student Affairs advising and event planning.
Must submit resume and cover letter
Strong knowledge of student development theory, leadership development theory, LGBTQ issues, multiculturalism, and community building required. Demonstrated ability working in an urban setting, excellent communication skills, and experience working with diverse student populations. Frequent evening and weekend hours necessary. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in working with the LBGTQ population as well as a substantive understanding of diversity as it relates to the intersections of multiple identities (such as gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, ability, and socio-economic status).
Masters in Student Personnel Administration or related field preferred.
Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.
Minorities and women are encouraged to apply.
- Current Location:55402
- Current Music:lazy eye: silversun pickups
During hall duty I stumbled on a pair of girls doing a poster assignment in the hallway for social studies. The title of the poster in big, red letters was "The Women's Bill of Rights." Here is what it said, in part, I couldn't read the rest because I was terribly upset.
1. We have the right to be babymakers.
2. We have the right to be cute.
3. We have the right to shop.
4. We have the right to be dramatic.
5. We have the right to be controlling in relationships.
I hoped it was sarcasm, but as I listened to them work, I realized that they were deadly serious. And I thought about all the little battles I had to fight in the '70's to get to be included in anything! How I was the only girl in AP Biology. How I corrected the teacher for calling the Academic Bowl team a "Four Man Team" because it made it sound like girls weren't allowed.
It's disheartening to see the lost ground.
- Current Mood:frustrated
- Current Music:Amy Ray- Prom