Below is a menu of professional development training offered to Adjunct Faculty. Check out upcoming events on the right side menu.
next offered Friday, September 7 This session features a comprehensive overview of NLC specific Emergency Response protocols and procedures, including a live active shooter demonstration.
As support services employees, we are frequently privy, whether intentionally or unintentionally, to sensitive and/or confidential information. It is vital that to maintain our privacy standards by protecting information and ensuring that only those who need it are able to […]
This training is specific to the new electronic performance management system. Be sure to sign up for a section specific to employees.
Author Chris Croft explores how to establish a productive environment by establishing systemic approaches for repeating tasks, reducing inefficiency, organizing your work area, and using an effective system to reduce filing. He also discusses how to best create and manage […]
You can’t solve a problem unless you can get to the cause—and sometimes there’s more than one. In this course, learn techniques for identifying the root cause of a problem, generating options, and selecting the best solution. Chris Croft takes […]
UCLA professor and executive coach John Ullmen, PhD, explains the fundamentals of mindfulness and provides step-by-step methods that anyone can use. Every technique is confirmed by research and validated in practice to give you results for dealing with stress, anxiety, […]
Critical thinking is the ability to think reflectively and independently in order to make thoughtful decisions. By focusing on root-cause issues, critical thinking helps you avoid future problems that can result from your actions. In this course, leadership trainer and […]