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Register now for UNI workshop focused on understanding your boss' priorities and goals

October 5, 2011

Kim Recker, program manager, UNI Executive Development Center, 319-273-5851,

Rebecca Schultze, communications and public relations manager, UNI College of Business Administration, 319-273-3309,


CEDAR FALLS, Iowa -- Registration is now open for the management workshop "Boss-ology: Understanding your Boss' Priorities and Goals" hosted by the University of Northern Iowa's Executive Development Center. The workshop is scheduled 8:30 a.m. to noon, Oct. 25, in the Business and Community Services Building on the UNI campus. The registration deadline is Oct. 18.

During this workshop, instructor Jim Hogan will show participants how to become a "boss-ologist" and how to learn their boss' priorities and objectives when they haven't been openly communicated. Workshop participants will learn how to identify what work practices are valued and their boss' work style and communication preferences. They also will learn how to pay attention to subtle clues that can help make them more productive, reduce their stress and enjoy work more.

The half-day workshop cost is $125 per person. UNI Alumni Association members receive a 10-percent discount. Businesses can purchase a consortium membership for $995, which entitles the business to five seats to any of the 2011 management training workshops. Half-day workshops count as a half seat. After the five seats are used, additional seats can be purchased at a discounted rate of $175 per person.

For more information or to register, contact the UNI Executive Development Center at 319-273-5851 or

The Executive Development Center is a program of Business and Community Services, a division of the UNI College of Business Administration.