Friday, April 24 at 2:00 p.m. in the Christie Theatre
All Academic Staff are encouraged to attend this introduction (or refresher) run through about shared governance and how and why you should get involved. Then stick around for the Academic Staff Spring Assembly at 3:00 PM.
Join The Academic Staff and University Staff Professional Development Programming Committees on Thursday, March 19, 2015 from 10 a.m. – noon in Alumni A/B Rooms for
The Art of Coaching
There has been a great deal of research on what followers are looking for in a leader. In the Art of Coaching, we will look at this research and each person will take a look at their own coaching style as well as receive some practical tips on discovering the coaching styles of others as well as how they want to be coached.
Presented by: Ben Fauske
Ben Fauske is the President of RISE Leadership, invested in serving leaders so that great teams win. With over 15 years of practical leadership experience and extensive training in change management and communication, Ben delivers a unique blend of theory and practice. He was the Director of Organizational Development for a Canadian-based multi-national corporation with over 1100 employees, leading the training and leadership development process from the executive level to the shop floor. Ben also specialized in culture development and performance management as he has designed talent and culture assessments for employee engagement and team development. Organizations looking to implement strategy, increase employee engagement, and drive productivity have found significant results in the customized process. Ben has worked with startups, non-profits, governmental agencies, and large corporations. His clients describe him as passionate, invested, and committed to the process of individual and organizational development.
Join The Academic Staff and University Staff Professional Development Programming Committees on Thursday, February 12, 2015 from 10 a.m. – noon in Alumni A/B Rooms for
Influence Without Authority
“Getting things done in any organization often requires you to exercise influence to get tasks and projects accomplished even when you may not have a formal authority to mandate action. Whether you are stuck in an organizational hierarchy or an ad hoc team, you need to be able to influence the actions of your team members to ensure the successful completion of the task at hand.”
Presented by: Jamie Schramm
Jamie Schramm is an organizational development specialist, currently the Employee Development Coach at Kohler Credit Union. He delivers organizational development expertise from the manufacturing, financial services, and higher education sectors. As an MBA graduate of Lakeland College, he combines both a hands-on understanding of relevant business issues combined with a realization that learning and developing ourselves is a life-long endeavor. His workshops have received high marks from traditional and nontraditional college students, young professionals networks, small business owners, executives, and nonprofit professionals.
Join The Academic Staff and University Staff Professional Development Programming Committees on Thursday, January 15 from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. in Phoenix Room C for
Transforming Workplace Conflict
Presented by Tim Pflieger
“Conflicts are inevitable in any organization. Learn effective ways of addressing group and interpersonal differences. Thoughout this workshop, you will define partnership and the relationship of conflict within partnership.”
The Academic Staff and University Staff Professional Development Programming Committees have collaborated to plan enriching professional development opportunities for University employees for this academic year. The following workshops have been planned for the remainder of the 2014-2015 year. Stay tuned for locations on the last three sessions.
Transforming Workplace Conflict, Presented by Tim Pflieger – Jan. 15, 2:00-4:00 p.m., Phoenix C
If you use social media (personally, or if you manage a departmental account), this is for you!
Jena Richter, the University’s Social Media Specialist will be providing two identical sessions called “Social Media 101: Strategies & Tactics” to teach campus social media users tips & tricks and best practices for various social media. Special attention will be given to Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Jena and her intern, Rory Mileham, will also cover: other platforms, hashtags, Facebook EdgeRank, and Social Media Analytics and will answer any questions that attendees have.
Session one will occur Monday, October 27 from 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. in IS1129 J, and the second session, covering the same material, will occur on Wednesday, October 29 from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. in IS1129A.
ALL are welcome (university staff, academic staff, faculty, student employees responsible for social media, etc.), but please RSVP via this link: http://bit.ly/socialmedia101registration. Due to room capacity, the October 27 session will be capped at 25 participants, and the October 29 session will be capped at 44 participants.RSVP ASAP to guarantee a spot!
This event is sponsored by: Academic Staff Professional Development Programming Committee and University Staff Professional Development Programming Committee
Join us for an informal discussion with Dr. Anne Fausto-Sterling…
Thursday, March 8 at 10am in the 1965 Room
Dr. Anne Fausto-Sterling
Dr. Anne Fausto-Sterling is a leading expert on the development of sexual identity as well as the biology of gender. Her latest research analyzes the emergence of behavioral differences between the sexes in early childhood. Using a groundbreaking new approach to understanding gender differences, Dr. Anne Fausto-Sterling is shifting old assumptions about how humans develop particular traits. Dynamic systems theory permits one to understand how cultural difference becomes bodily difference. By applying a dynamic systems approach to the study of human development, Dr. Fausto-Sterling’s work exposes the flawed premise of the nature versus nurture debate.
During this informal discussion, Dr. Fausto-Sterling will provide a brief overview of her studies, and allow the attendees to ask questions. Bring your coffee, and enjoy the discussion.
Date: Thursday, March 8, 2012
Time: 10 a.m. Location: 1965 Room, University Union
This event is free to attend. It is sponsored by the UW-Green Bay Academic Staff Professional Development Committee.
Dr. Anne Fausto-Sterling is also featured for the following Women’s History Month events: “How do Naked Newborns Become Boys or Girls?” 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 7, Rose Hall 250 and the International Women’s Day Luncheon keynote speaker Noon-1:30pm, March 8, 2012. Women’s History Month events are sponsored by the Office of Student Life, the Office of International Education, and Women’s and Gender Studies. Contact Student Life 465-2720 for more information.
Guest Speaker: Freedom Rider, Hank Thomas
Date: Wednesday, February 15, 2012 Time: 5 p.m. Location: Phoenix Rooms, University Union University of Wisconsin Green Bay
Join us for a screening of documentary film Freedom Riders followed by a discussion with guest speaker, Hank Thomas, one of the original Freedom Riders.
‘Freedom Riders’ Film Trailer
About Hank Thomas
Nineteen-year-old Hank Thomas joined the 1961 Congress of Racial Equality Freedom Ride at the last minute after his roommate John Moody dropped out with a bad case of the flu. “When folks ask me what incident led me to ride,” he said years later. “I can’t say it was one. When you grow up and face this humiliation every day, there is no one thing. You always felt that way.” Thomas overcame an impoverished childhood in southern Georgia and St. Augustine, FL to attend Howard University in Washington, D.C., where he was active in the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee affiliated Nonviolent Action Group. Read a complete biography here.
This event is part of the a Black History Month series presented by the American Intercultural Center sponsored by supporters across campus. This particular speaker is funded in part by the Academic Staff Professional Development Fund.
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.
Students come to college young, undeveloped leaders and grow developmentally through their college career. Knowing how that change happens is important for those who work with college students as we can help them along their path of self-actualization. This program will also help you understand the stages of growth a traditional college student goes through so you know what is to be expected from them. Come and find out about a few different student development theories and how to use them with students you work for and work with.
UW-Green Bay Residence Life Area Coordinator