November training opportunities
From the Office of Training, Development and Service Excellence, here are training opportunities and offerings for November 2017. To register for any of these training opportunities and offerings, log on to the TDSE registration page.
TDSE November Monthly Spotlights:
25 Live Training
Date: Nov. 13, 2017
Time: 3:30-5 p.m.
Location: BRTH 107
Instructor / Facilitator: Lauren Koonce
This training session is an introduction to the 25Live Event Wizard and overview of the new event request process. 25Live allows users to search for event and location detail. During this training, participants will learn how to schedule events on campus.
Search Committee Training
Date: Nov. 14, 2017
Time: 2-3:30 p.m.
Location: HREO Conference Room
Instructor / Facilitator: Jeniffer Silver
This program is intended to provide an overview of the employment process for faculty and staff members serving on search teams (team members and search team chairs). Topics will include EEO/AA, screening and interviewing candidates, search team member responsibilities, search documentation, best employment practices and much more. New faculty and staff members on search teams and CCU faculty and staff members who have not attended similar sessions in the last two years are expected to participate in a session. This program also covers the responsibilities of a search team chair. Seasoned search team members are always welcome to attend as a refresher.
Book Discussion: The Ideal Team Player
Date: Nov. 16, 2017
Time: 10-11 a.m.
Instructor / Facilitator: Eileen Soisson, executive director for TDSE
“The Ideal Team Player” by Patrick Lencioni presents a powerful framework and easy-to-use tools for identifying, hiring and developing ideal team players in any kind of organization. Whether you’re a faculty or staff leader striving to create a culture of teamwork and hire real team players or an employee wanting to make yourself an invaluable team member, this book will prove to be as practical as it is compelling. Join us for a discussion about how to recognize and cultivate the three essential virtues based upon the book.