Below is a menu of professional development training offered to Full-Time Faculty. Check out upcoming events on the right side menu.
*Updated as of 2/27/2019 at 1:09pm*Equity in the Classroom: Stress, Anxiety, and the Role Counseling and Disability Services Can Play moved from A347 to C244 Thursday, February 28th – 9am-4pm […]
next offered for new employees only Friday October 11th An introduction to the Clifton Strengths, a tool to help develop how you use your talents to achieve academic, career and personal […]
next offered for new employees only Friday October 11th In this session, participants will review the importance of excellent service and identify what that service looks like in their current […]
next offered Friday October 25th This session will focus on how Strength themes can be utilized to provide adequate work/life balance. Participants will leverage their themes to work through difficult […]
The purpose of this session is to provide participants with an opportunity to learn about Strength themes that are not part of their own top five. We will explore key […]
The Power of Teams examines the interaction of individuals as a team, the strengths that the group brings as a whole, how recognition of the “group” talents can lead to […]
available anytime after completing Blazer Self The coaching sessions are one-on-one individual meetings conducted by a Gallup Strengths Certified coach. The purpose of these sessions are to work with individual […]
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 […]
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 […]
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, […]
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 […]
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 […]