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University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Academic Staff

Video: Mr. Leif Goes to Madison

Leif Nelson, Instructional Designer and Distance Education Coordinator in the UW-Green Bay Learning Technology Center embarked on a trip to Madison to attend the 2011 New Media Consortium Summer Conference (and stopped by the Games and Learning Society Conference) as a part of his professional development. While in Madison Leif recorded the video above and asked that we share it with academic staff since his travel was funded by professional development funds from UW-Green Bay Academic Staff and the Learning Technology Development Council.

Leif works closely with faculty and staff, and provides them with the pedagogical consultation, instructional design support, software instruction, and individual support needed to develop successful and effective courses.

Becoming a Progress-Making Leader in Your Sphere of Influence

Date: Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Time: 1 – 4 p.m.
Location: Phoenix Room A/B, University Union
Organized by: UW-Green Bay Human Resources
RSVP: please email by Wednesday, July 27
Presentation file: UWGB Progress Making Leadership (.pptx)
Handouts: Progress Making Leadership Questions and Answers (.docx)

Portrait: Phillip G. Clampitt Ph.D.

Prof. Phillip Clampitt

Author, business consultant and UW-Green Bay Prof. Phillip Clampitt will share his expertise with faculty and staff at a professional development workshop entitled “Becoming a Progress-Making Leader in Your Sphere of Influence.” Clampitt was co-author last year, with Fox Valley business executive Robert DeKoch, of the book Transforming Leaders into Progress Makers: Leadership for the 21st Century. The book highlights original research as well as case studies of successful leaders. The Clampitt workshop is organized by the Office of Human Resources. Although there is no registration charge, you are asked to email at least five days in advance of the event to guarantee sufficient materials are available. Call ext. 2390 with any questions.