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2801 W. Bancroft St.
Toledo, OH 43606
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Impact Solutions Monthly Webinar

Workplace Differences: A Matter of Style

Everyone has a different style of learning, working and communication, and one style is not necessarily better than another- just different.  In this session, participants will discover; their personal learning/communication style, how their own style affects learning and communication for everyone in the workplace, how understanding and considering the learning and communication styles of other can prevent tension, misunderstanding and stress in the workplace, and how to maximize your own personal style.

To watch this webinar, visit, use UT as your member login username, then scroll to the bottom to Webinars.


Lunch and Learn: Bring Your Best to the Team

Presented by: Thomas O'Reilly, MS, PCC-S

Tuesday, March 27, 2018 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m., Health Science Campus, Collier Building Room 2410

Group dynamics can be complex and it is often hard to know how to best fit in.  Participants will identify various ways to discover what "currency" they possess.  We will consider how to maximize vision of themselves as a gift to others.  We will explore the value of team, and how to bring their best to the team!


Lunch and Learn: How Social Media Impacts Relationships

Presented by: Terri O'Reilly, M. Ed 

Tuesday, April 10, 2018 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m., Main Campus; Health and Human Services 2638

Smartphone, Smart TV, iPad, iPod, iPhone, notebook, Apple, HP, Android, to name a few.  Then there are Goofle, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, IM, Flicker, YouTube, Yelp, Pinterest, etc.  Welcome to the world of social media; gone are the fireside chats, where families gathered around the Victrola radio to listen to the weekly comedy show.  Participants in this workship will define social media and identify its uses and audiences.  They will explore the latest disorder known as Social Media Anxiety Disorder, or SMAD, and discuss the role social media could have on one's self-image and relational skills.


Lunch and Learn: Emotional Intelligence

Presented by: Sandra Bishop

Thursday, June 7, 2018 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m., Health Science Campus; Room TBD

People with high emotional intelligence tend to have stronger relationships and bounce back more easily after negative life events.  This seminar provides participants with some tools to improve their emotional intelligence.  Attendees will have a chance to: define emotional intelligence, understand their feelings and the feelings of others and develop tools to cope with feelings.





Last Updated: 3/20/18