Our talented team of professionals is dedicated to creating educational opportunities for Coastal Carolina University faculty and staff to enrich their learning experiences. This is accomplished by maintaining a commitment to integrity and quality, and embracing best practices of learning, training and development in the workplace.
The Office of Training, Development and Service Excellence is pleased to announce the addition of the G5 Learning webinar series. This series of prerecorded (on demand) and live webinars is available for your viewing at any time and from any location. A computer with internet connectivity, a web browser and speakers are required. Refer to the instructions below entitled, "Webinar Access."
|ON DEMAND WEBINARS * These can be found on the G5 Learning site under “Tracks”|
|Featured Webinar Title||Presenter||Competency Track||Description|
"Build Stronger Skills"
Daniel Coyle, Bestselling Author of The Little Book of Talent and The Talent Code, two books that explain how to unlock talent and build skills in any discipline. Daniel spent years researching the world's greatest hotbeds of talent & interviewing master coaches. He has also covered outstanding performers for years as Senior/Contributing Editor for Outside Magazine.
Drawing from 52 clear, concise directives, bestselling author, Daniel Coyle, teaches how the right kinds of practice, coaching and motivation can enhance brain architecture and improve human performance in the workplace.
September 3 "Leading with Respect" 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Live Broadcast Online
Description: Organizational vitality depends on having leaders at every level who can engage and inspire their team members. Learn how respect is the driving force behind employee engagement and why when employees experience respect they are more engaged at work.
Facilitator: Dr. Paul Marciano is a leading authority on employee engagement and respect in the workplace. He earned his doctorate in clinical psychology from Yale University where he specialized in behavior modification and motivation. He has worked in the field of human resources and organizational development for over 25 years. His best-selling McGraw-Hill business book “Carrots and Sticks Don’t Work: Build a Culture of Employee Engagement with the Principles of RESPECT™” has received critical acclaim around the world. Paul is committed to spreading respect in the world and workplace because it is both the right thing to do and because treating people with respect leads to extraordinary business results.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR WEBINAR ACCESS:
When accessing the G5 Learning site for the first time, you will be required to:
- Enter Your First Name; Enter Your Last Name
- Enter Your University Email Address (@coastal.edu)
- Designate a Password; Confirm Your Password Designation
- Select ‘Join’ and then ‘Sign In’
For additional questions and further information about these online resources, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
ADDITIONAL TRAINING RESOURCES FOR THE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY:
The Center for Teaching Excellence to Advance Learning (CeTEAL) serves faculty & staff to help you improve your instruction, scholarship, distance learning, leadership and service skills while integrating technology. http://www.coastal.edu/ceteal/
Information Technology Services (ITS) provides this hands-on training which demonstrates how to use T4 content management system to create and maintain your departmental website. "http://www.coastal.edu/its/training/"
Do you reserve space for meetings and events? Submit Media Services equipment requests?
The Office of Scheduling and Space Management is changing the way events, locations and media resources are requested on campus. The current room reservations procedure using the online “Coastal Employees Reservation Form” and Media Services’ online “Equipment Checkout Form” will soon be phased out and replaced with the 25Live Event Wizard, combining requests for facilities and equipment into one form. Training on this new 25Live request system will be offered throughout the month of July.
If you are responsible for reserving rooms or submitting Media Services equipment requests, it is recommended that you attend one of these training sessions. You can also register for these training sessions through the Training and Development website at http://www.coastal.edu/traininganddevelopment/trainingopportunities/.