Staff development workshops include preferred names, resumes

Upcoming Staff Development workshops!

Budget 101: Wednesday, 2/15

Holly Kleyn will provide information about the College’s money and how it is used. Strategies for saving and monthly budgeting of GRCC funds will be discussed, as well as tools to navigate departmental financial activities.

Correct Usage of Preferred Names: Wednesday, 2/22

Jody Graves will cover the policy regarding preferred names and how those names are stored & used. A list of resources will be provided for this process.

Resumes & Cover Letters: Wednesday, 3/1

Walk through the basics steps in writing a great resume and cover letter! Whether you’re starting from scratch, or doing a resume makeover, this workshop will provide great information.

*NEW* Candor: Tuesday, 3/14

Do you sometimes struggle to communicate in the clearest possible way? Research shows that people are the happiest in workplaces where there is a strong sense of “psychological safety”. One of the most important aspects of creating that safe culture is the practice of communicating with Candor. The problem is – most of us are terrible at it! In this workshop, we will explore candor – what it is and isn’t, how your brain’s wiring has everything to do with it and play with some strategies for getting better at it.

FMLA- What’s In It For You?: Wednesday, 3/29

Our very own Lydia Cruz will help you to understand the Family Medical Leave Act and answer any questions you may have!

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