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Student Staff Professional Development Series

1st Spring 2020 Sessions Announced!
Register for a session

Campus Rec staff can register for a session at the SLC Front Desk. Sessions are FREE, but space is limited! Register at least 48 hours in advance to allow us to order the correct amount of food.

Spring 2020
 
Building Teams Workshop
Description: Have you ever wanted to add purposeful and engaging elements to your meetings in order to meet your objectives of building a strong team culture and maximize your productivity? Sure, but you want it to fun too! Come and learn some tips and techniques for leading small groups and teams. Some aspects of leading may seem obvious, but there are actually some techniques that will assist you in leading others. You will be able to experience and practice these techniques with your peers. Participants will also walk away with a list of activities they can utilize right away.

Facilitators: This session will be led by the Outdoor Adventure Team
Date: Thursday, Feb 6
Time: 5:00 - 6:30PM
Location: SLC 308
Deadline to register: Up to event start

Leadership & Influence
Description: No matter where you find yourself in the Campus Rec organization, you have an opportunity to lead and influence others. Baylor assistant football coach, David Wetzel, will join us to talk about how you can do just that.

Facilitator: Coach Wetzel
Date: Wednesday, Mar 4
Time: 6-7pm
Location: SLC 308
Deadline to register: Up to event start

Working with Diverse Personalities
Description: Campus Recreation is a work environment that attracts naturally positive individuals, but sometimes there are challenges serving alongside our co-workers. Do I offer my help, or would someone prefer to work alone? Do they like routine or function better just going with the flow? Understanding our own personality types can help create a safer work environment and a stronger team. In this session, Dr. Jacob Ford, Lecturer in the Department of Communications will help us better understand how our communication effects different types of work, teams, and individual career mobility. Using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator method as a foundation, you will learn more about your own personality type and how it helps you to relate to others.

Facilitator: Dr. Jacob Ford
Date: Tuesday, Mar 31
Time: 6:00 - 7:00PM
Location: SLC 308
Deadline to register: Up to event start