Save the Date: EQ Making It Work for You

 

 

 

Save the Date!

Kepro-WI is excited to invite you to participate on May 18 at 10:00 a.m. in our upcoming session on EQ Making It Work for You delivered by subject matter expert, Dena Moscola, a sought-after professional with years of experience in this topic. Dena Moscola will give you the opportunity to engage directly with all of your questions and comments will be responded to in a manner which is appropriate for this session. We are excited to bring you this session and are confident that you will find it well worth your time.

Session Description:
This seminar is meant to follow the Emotional Intelligence course (being held on the same date at 9:00 a.m.), although that is not a pre- requisite. This is an in-depth class focusing on what an emotion is and how understanding our emotions can help make or break situations. It’s an interactive tool- based seminar that dives deeper into the amazing world of emotional intelligence.

Topic: EQ Making It Work for You
Client: (State of WI) University of WI – Green Bay
Date/Time: 5/18/2022 10:00 AM, America/Chicago
ID: KEPRO100257

Click Here to Register and Attend

Audio conference:
United States Toll: +1-408-418-9388
Access Code: 26344103535

Password: 1b8u2aT6xY7

Meet your Facilitator: Dena Moscola

With a passion to help, Dena spent her early career in human services. Rising quickly to management, she helped adults with special needs reach higher potentials professionally. This provided her with direct experience in multiple industries as she assisted leaders and teams in working with a variety of personalities and styles.

In 1997, Dena expanded her services to both private and public sectors. She successfully blends a diverse background from multi-industry leadership experience plus strong personal development, resulting in accelerated long lasting habit change.  Dena services are customized to include strategic planning/implementation; communication; team building; prioritization; conflict resolution; employee engagement; succession training; change management; influence; empowerment; performance management; work/life balance and more.  Today, Dena works with leaders and teams who are ready to get better results.  She also provides content creation and leadership train-the-trainer programs.  Her approach is a partnership that is flexible and centered around her clients’ agendas. Results driven, her passion is fueled daily as she witnesses the transformations in people that started with an enthusiastic seed of desire to be better.

Dena has been coaching and training for >30 years and is a published author of books, articles and audio programs. Her unique style is due to her professional leadership experience combined with a diverse background in personal development. This brings her clients a special balance of fresh proven approaches to everyday challenges at work. Her dynamic and engaging nature combined with a vibrant energy and genuine love for life, brings a refreshing delivery of strategic solutions to strengthen leadership in any organization.  Dena is often called upon for Keynote events.

Community Service Interests:

  • Founding partner of MD2: A business networking group raising money for local charities
  • Volunteer for Salvation Army and Anthony Robbins Research
  • Supporter of National MS Society, ALS Foundation, Big Brothers/Big Sisters
  • Leadership Morris Alumni Council Member

 Credentials

  • Graduate and facilitator for the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (IPEC) 300-hour professional coaching certification programs, credentialed by the ICF (International Coaching Federation)
  • Former Director of Corporate Services for IPEC
  • Certified Employment Training Specialist by The University at California at San Francisco
  • Certified Emotional Intelligence 360 Assessment Facilitator by Swinburne University, Australia
  • Train-the-Trainer accreditation for the Genos Emotional Intelligence Development Program by Swinburne University, Australia
  • Certified Performance Enhancement Specialist by The National Federation of NeuroLinguistic Psychology (NLP), Florida
  • Advanced Mind Reconditioning Practitioner by The Institute for Advanced Neuro-Research & Education
  • Certified Corporate Stress Management Consultant
    • International Association for Counselors & Therapist Association, Florida
  • Certified Integrated Hypnotherapist
    • International Association for Counselors & Therapist Association, Florida
  • Certified Diabetes Motivational Coach by Diabetes Research Association of America,  Minneapolis
  • Graduate Leadership Morris
  • Continuing student with Tony Robbins on Leadership Mastery and Personal Excellence

Save the Date: Emotional Intelligence

 

 

Save the Date!

Kepro-WI is excited to invite you to participate on May 18th at 9:00 a.m. in our upcoming session on Emotional Intelligence delivered by subject matter expert, Dena Moscola, a sought-after professional with years of experience in this topic. Dena Moscola will give you the opportunity to engage directly with all of your questions and comments will be responded to in a manner which is appropriate for this session. We are excited to bring you this session and are confident that you will find it well worth your time. Immediately following this session (at 10:00 a.m.), you are encouraged to participate in the complementary course: EQ Making it Work for You.

Session Description:
Many of us know that getting along with others is the key to success. Our ability to “play nicely in the sandbox” is fundamental to both our career and our health. We will discuss what an emotion is, why you are having it and understand how our feelings can affect our moods in our daily life and the people that surround us.

Topic: Emotional Intelligence
Client: (State of WI) University of WI – Green Bay
Date/Time: 5/18/2022 9:00 AM, America/Chicago
ID: KEPRO100256

Click here to register and attend

Audio conference:
United States Toll: +1-408-418-9388
Access Code: 26341333728

Password: XXR8XcVU9b2

Meet your Facilitator: Dena Moscola

With a passion to help, Dena spent her early career in human services. Rising quickly to management, she helped adults with special needs reach higher potentials professionally. This provided her with direct experience in multiple industries as she assisted leaders and teams in working with a variety of personalities and styles.

In 1997, Dena expanded her services to both private and public sectors. She successfully blends a diverse background from multi-industry leadership experience plus strong personal development, resulting in accelerated long lasting habit change.  Dena services are customized to include strategic planning/implementation; communication; team building; prioritization; conflict resolution; employee engagement; succession training; change management; influence; empowerment; performance management; work/life balance and more.  Today, Dena works with leaders and teams who are ready to get better results.  She also provides content creation and leadership train-the-trainer programs.  Her approach is a partnership that is flexible and centered around her clients’ agendas. Results driven, her passion is fueled daily as she witnesses the transformations in people that started with an enthusiastic seed of desire to be better.

Dena has been coaching and training for >30 years and is a published author of books, articles and audio programs. Her unique style is due to her professional leadership experience combined with a diverse background in personal development. This brings her clients a special balance of fresh proven approaches to everyday challenges at work. Her dynamic and engaging nature combined with a vibrant energy and genuine love for life, brings a refreshing delivery of strategic solutions to strengthen leadership in any organization.  Dena is often called upon for Keynote events.

Community Service Interests:

  • Founding partner of MD2: A business networking group raising money for local charities
  • Volunteer for Salvation Army and Anthony Robbins Research
  • Supporter of National MS Society, ALS Foundation, Big Brothers/Big Sisters
  • Leadership Morris Alumni Council Member

 Credentials

  • Graduate and facilitator for the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (IPEC) 300-hour professional coaching certification programs, credentialed by the ICF (International Coaching Federation)
  • Former Director of Corporate Services for IPEC
  • Certified Employment Training Specialist by The University at California at San Francisco
  • Certified Emotional Intelligence 360 Assessment Facilitator by Swinburne University, Australia
  • Train-the-Trainer accreditation for the Genos Emotional Intelligence Development Program by Swinburne University, Australia
  • Certified Performance Enhancement Specialist by The National Federation of NeuroLinguistic Psychology (NLP), Florida
  • Advanced Mind Reconditioning Practitioner by The Institute for Advanced Neuro-Research & Education
  • Certified Corporate Stress Management Consultant
    • International Association for Counselors & Therapist Association, Florida
  • Certified Integrated Hypnotherapist
    • International Association for Counselors & Therapist Association, Florida
  • Certified Diabetes Motivational Coach by Diabetes Research Association of America,  Minneapolis
  • Graduate Leadership Morris
  • Continuing student with Tony Robbins on Leadership Mastery and Personal Excellence

Deadline Extended: Custodian (2nd Shift)

This position reports to the Custodial Services Supervisor and maintains the overall appearance and cleanliness of the designated work area.  Work performed in this position includes manual cleaning and maintenance of UWGB buildings.  General areas of responsibility include: cleaning offices, restrooms, and other building areas; maintaining all floor surfaces including mopping, buffing, vacuuming, shampooing, and refinishing; cleaning windows (inside and outside); cleaning furniture; assisting with furniture, piano and equipment moves as required; stocking restrooms and custodial work areas with necessary supplies and products; waste and recycling removal; snow removal and salting of building entrances. This position will be required to drive a State vehicle and travel between work locations as needed.

For further information and position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please apply by Sunday, May 15, 2022.

2022 Employee Appreciation Days!

Each spring, we set aside time for employee appreciation to intentionally honor, recognize, and show appreciation for all of the wonderful work performed by faculty and staff across the four UW-Green Bay campuses. During Employee Appreciation Days (May 3 – 10), we celebrate the impactful contributions of our faculty and staff, which make UW-Green Bay a dynamic and engaging place of living, learning, and working for our students. As a measure of thanks, we enthusiastically encourage employees to take part in the below events happening on the campuses and virtually throughout the week.

Watch the video message from Chancellor Alexander

All Week May 3-10

I Appreciate U! Compliments posted on HR Facebook page. Send your compliments to hr@uwgb.edu

2022 Thank You Cards

Preferred Parking Each day three winners from the Green Bay campus will be selected to park in a 15 minute or visitor parking spot.

Winners: Andy Bleier, Zach Gloshen, Cindy Johnson, Michael Shaw, Laura Delikowski, Erin Giese, Georjeanna Wilson-Donges, Nicole Kurth, Blake Pogrant, Nolan Bennett, Mark Fischer, Julie Flenz, Lea Truttmann, Jess Lambrecht, Erin Beres, Bea Yang Thao, Katie Lesperance, and Amanda Wildenberg.

Fitness Classes To attend in person, please register on the UREC app. To attend virtually, please visit the UREC website for the link.

Tuesday, May 3

Goat Flow rescheduled to Friday, May 6th due to weather

Lunch with Leadership 12:00 – 1:00 pm Chancellor’s Conference Room, 5 Employees will be selected to have lunch with members of Leadership

Winners: Lindsey Lecus, Erin Beres, Michael Shaw, Stephanie Kaponya, Blake Pogrant

Wednesday, May 4

Manitowoc Group Walk 11:45 am Meet Jared Dalberg by the Phoenix logo between the Founders & Hillside bridge

Marinette Group Walk 11:45 am Meet Kaitlin O’Claire in the center circle

Virtual Desk Stretches 12:30 – 12:45 Learn some simple stretches you can do right in your office to feel better and improve posture. Click here for the meeting invite: Desk Stretches

Thursday, May 5

Team Building Thursday Activities 11:45 am to 1:15 pm Student Services Plaza

      • Tricycle Races starting at 11:45
      • Games throughout

Love, Chartwells 11:45 am to 1:15 pm (or while supplies last) Student Services Plaza, Get a small wrapped treat from Chartwells

Virtual Guided Meditation 2:00 – 2:15 pm Reach a relaxed, focused state with a technique known as guided imagery. We’ll walk you through a peaceful scene to make it feel like you’re actually there! Click here for the meeting invite: Guided Meditation

Marinette Campus Employee Massages with Jessy Lemire 10:00 am to 1:00 pm (Veteran’s Lounge M167) sponsored by Wellness Committee – Sign up here: Marinette Chair Massages

Sheboygan Campus Employee Massages with Kandi Bagley 10:00 am to 1:00 pm sponsored by Wellness Committee – Sign up here: Sheboygan Chair Massages

Friday, May 6

Phoenix Fridays at the Garden Café – Staff and Faculty can redeem a free coffee refill if they’re wearing GB gear and bring a reusable cup.

$5.00 Fridays– $5.00 lunch for staff/ faculty at the Marketplace on Fridays. Download our Dine on Campus app for the Menu.

Goat Flow  – Quad between the Union and Library, Co-Sponsored by the Wellness Committee, Healthy Choices Task Force, and UREC

    • 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm – Wellness break/stretching
      • Limited to 35 students and 15 staff for each session
      • First come, first serve
      • Bring a towel
    • 3:00 pm – Pet the goats (no class)

Virtual Full Body Relaxation 2:00 – 2:15 pm Participation in an anxiety-reduction technique that involves alternating tension and relaxation in all of the body’s major muscle groups. Click here for the meeting invite: Full Body Relaxation

Manitowoc Campus Employee Massages with Gina Armstrong 10:00 am to 2:00  pm (Room F170) sponsored by Wellness Committee – Sign up here: Manitowoc Chair Massages

End of Year Celebration Shorewood Center – Sponsored by Student Engagement and Housing and Residential Education

    • 4:00 pm – 7 pm DJ Foam Drop Dance Party, Chalking, & Food
    • 7:15 pm – Live Concert from Stealing Oceans
    • 8:45 pm – Fireworks

Monday, May 9

Green Bay Campus Employee Massages with Brookside Therapeutic Massage LLC 8:30 am to 2:30 pm (Wood Hall 441) sponsored by Wellness Committee – All times reserved.

Green Bay Group Walk 1:00 pm Meet Ethan Harvey at the Shorewood Center

Tuesday, May 10

Faculty and Staff Cookout 11:45 – 1:15 Dick Bennett Gym, Kress Events Center or streaming via Teams Live Honoring Years of Service, Retirees and Emeriti

Thank you for all you do!

There is no UWGB without U!

UW-Green Bay Employee Appreciation Work Group Members

UW-Green Bay Employee Appreciation Week is an annual employee recognition event organized by Human Resources. If you have any questions, contact Julie Flenz at flenzj@uwgb.edu.

Accounting Specialist (2 Vacancies)

The University of Wisconsin – Green Bay welcomes applications for two Accounting Specialist positions. These positions are located on the Green Bay campus in our Continuing Education and Community Engagement Division and the Division of Information Technology.  These positions will assist in the management of multiple budgets and assume responsibility for daily financial and administrative support within the respective hiring area.  Both positions will work closely with the area director in financial and administrative management.

These positions will be responsible for the financial transactions within the respective area including reviewing, approving purchases, oversight of department chargebacks, completion of payroll authorization forms, preparation of financial reports and internal support of financial transactions to the assigned program area.

For further information and position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please apply by Monday, May 9, 2022.

Director of Alumni Relations

This position reports to the Vice Chancellor for University Advancement and assures alumni success following graduation through supporting alumni via networking, offering opportunities for growth and development, and facilitating continuing education opportunities through lectures, webinars, etc. The Director serves in this high-profile position and prepares and carries out the strategic direction for alumni relations.

The Director identifies alumni for the purpose of adding vibrancy to the academic and student life components of the student university experience. This includes alumni serving as guest lecturers, student mentors, event speakers, and members of governing and advisory boards across campus. Alumni play a critical role in supporting student success, enhancing the University’s brand, assisting the University in expanding its influence in the region, and financially strengthening the University’s ability to graduate alumni who make a difference in the world.

This position requires a visionary leader with proven experience with strategic intention, operational excellence, and the nuanced talent to connect alumni with the mission of the University in authentic, genuine ways.

For further information and position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please apply by Sunday, May 22, 2022.

Assistant Director of Communication

This position reports to the Executive Director of Marketing & University Communication and assists with communications strategic planning and execution. Implements communications plans in support of the institutional goals and objectives.

For further information and position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please apply by Sunday, May 15, 2022.

Sign Up Now for Employee Appreciation Days Activities!

Employee Appreciation Days are right around the corner. Complete this survey to be entered into the drawing for:

Preferred Parking – Each day, 3 employees on the Green Bay campus will be selected to park in any 15 minute or visitor parking spot.

Lunch with Leadership – On Tuesday, May 3, five employees will be selected to join members of Leadership for lunch in the Chancellor’s Conference Room.

Tricycle Races – We are excited to bring back the popular Talladega Trikes tricycle races at UWGB Speedway on Team Building Thursday, 5/5. Sign up to be part of the excitement of a bracket style competition.

All winners will be announced next week Thursday in the HR Connect and will be contacted individually via email. Registration extended through Noon on Monday, May 2 and announced an an email on Monday afternoon.

This survey also allows you to submit an employee shout out! All shout outs will be posted on our UWGB Human Resources Facebook page.

Sign up here!

Front Desk & Mailroom Manager

This position reports to the Administrative Manager for Housing Administration and Operations and assists in carrying out the mission and philosophy of the Housing and Residential Education.  Housing and Residential Education provides housing for approximately 2,000 students during the academic year and 2,000 guests during the summer months; and employs approximately 18 fulltime staff and 125 student employees.  Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  a) managing information desk and student mailroom services; b) overseeing building and room access systems; and c) providing administrative services.

For further information and position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please apply by Thursday, May 5, 2022.

System Engineer II (One-Year Appointment)

This position reports to the Lead Systems Administrator and creates and maintains the institution’s technical infrastructure by performing moderately complex systems engineering work for non-routine and varied problems to ensure the long-term requirements of systems operations and administration are met under general supervision.

For further information and position responsibilities, please see the full position announcement.

To ensure consideration, please apply by Monday, April 25, 2022.