CALS Proud 2020 Lunch & Learn Series

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“2020 Vision: Building a Stronger Community Together”

In 2019 we focused on self-care, in 2020 we will change our focus outward. Think about how you work with others and how to communicate in a more meaningful way.

These sessions will be held at noon on the third Wednesday of each month (January through October), and we will be offering the sessions both in-person and remotely as we want to make sure that all of our employees are able to take part in these offerings. All sessions will be recorded in case the timing does not work with your schedule. We hope you will join us each month for these community training opportunities. Bring your lunch, bring a friend! No need to pre-register this year, just show up when you can.

January 15: The Art of Being a Goal Setter by the Wellness Team, 125 Polk Hall

February 19: Giving and Receiving Feedback with Dr. Mitzi Downing, 1911 Building Rm 138

March 18: Making the Most of the Google Suite with Katie McInerney, 1911 Building Rm 138

April 15: Recognizing the Impact of Stress on Yourself and Others with Dr. Kim Allen Zoom meeting you must be logged into your NCSU account to access: https://ncsu.zoom.us/j/377362603

May 20: Understanding Emotional Intelligence with Dr. Rhonda Sutton, Join via Zoom, you must be logged into your NCSU account to access:  https://ncsu.zoom.us/j/96502011130

June 17: Improving Social & Cultural Awareness with Dr. Alex Graves, Join via Zoom, you must be logged into your NCSU account to access: https://ncsu.zoom.us/j/95644631423

July 15: Building Effective Teams with Roy Baroff, https://ncsu.zoom.us/j/94550887209

August 19: Building Your Professional Image with CALS Human Resources, 1911 Building Rm 138

September 16: How to be a Team Player with Dr. Mitzi Downing, 1911 Building Rm 138

October 21: Identifying Resources for those Impacted by Domestic Violence and How to Assist with Suicide Prevention with Dr. Tina Nelson-Moss, 1911 Building Rm 138

Watch remotely or watch a recording of a session