Graduate School of Business named Outstanding Organization of the Year St. Thomas Newsroom June 5, 2000 Training and Development’s new online system is available. Visit its Web site and login to check out current class offerings, access your transcript, find more information about development opportunities and register. Two of July’s opportunities are featured here:Clear Your Desk and Clear Your Mind11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 18, in Room 3, Brady Education Center, St. Paul; or11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 26, in Room 254, Terrence Murphy Hall, MinneapolisA recent study found that executives waste nearly five hours a week trying to locate documents on and around their desks. This workshop covers the following topics: the four steps to mastering a new habit; the three types of space in your work area; the four ways of keeping track of “to dos”; how to create an easy-to-use filing system; and how to keep your desk clear of all papers except the one project you are working on. By using the ideas from this presentation you can expect to save between one hour and three hours per day. You will reduce stress, and the quality of your work will improve. Lunch will be provided.Creating Peace in Mind, Body and Spirit11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Thursday, July 20, in Room 252, Terrence Murphy Hall, Minneapolis; or11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 25, in Room LL02, Binz RefectoryAre you overwhelmed with clutter? Are you so busy with the urgent that there’s no time for the important? Have you lost touch with your purpose and direction in life? People want to be able to find what they need when they need it, meet their deadlines more easily, fulfill their mission. They want to reduce stress and worry, and increase satisfaction and quality of life. In other words, they want peace. If you are looking for ways to create more peace in your life, the ideas from this presentation will help you feel more peaceful in body, mind and spirit. Lunch will be provided. Register today!If you have questions or want to register, contact Training and Development on the Web, by e-mail or at (651) 962-6900.