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Updated - Register Now for Creative Decision Making (morning) - Balancing Work and Family Roles (afternoon) - Wed, Aug 3

Contributed by: Jerry Winans
Published: Friday, 29 July 2016 11:00 AM
There's still time to register for two sessions on Wed, Aug 3:

Decision making in most teams can be a hit or miss process. Someone suggests an idea and either it is embraced or it is shot down immediately with five reasons why it won't work. When this happens brainstorming may be cut short, personal agendas may take over and the real opportunities may never surface. Utilizing the Six Thinking Hats allow strategic discussion to occur along parallel lines of communication instead of cross wise communication. Intrigued? Come learn what can be different for your team.
Date/Time: Wed, Aug 3, 2016, 8:30 am - 11:30 am Register Now!
Location: Student Center, Forum Room (2nd floor, back hallway)
Presenter: Pamela Ruster

With so little time and energy at the end of day how can anyone successfully respond to all the demands of work and life? This session explores how to successfully re-introduce balance as an achievable goal. And, one thing we can be sure of is change! Organizations previously “changed” on a seven year cycle. Now change impacts every level every day! Are you a victim, survivor or “thrivor”? Learning to identify how you are an agent of change will be your goal for this session. Your presenter, Pam Ruster, a licensed social worker, will help you learn how to manage your response to change and, in turn, to increase your success.
Date/Time: Wed, Aug 3, 2016, 1 pm - 3 pm Register Now!
Location: Bracken Library, ETRC Meeting Room 1, BL L82A
Presenter: Pamela Ruster

About the Presenter: As a consultant/trainer, Pamela Ruster has presented numerous workshops and seminars to workplace groups on numerous topics. Pam has assisted numerous corporations and workplaces to address the impact of trauma on employees. She is a licensed clinical social worker, receiving a Master of Science in Social Work degree from the University of Louisville, and BA in Sociology from the University of Evansville. For almost 20 years Pam owned Supportive Systems, LLC, a Woman Business Enterprise (WBE) which provided EAP and Corporate Development services to corporations throughout Indiana. In addition, Pam has a wide range of experience in practice settings including child welfare and health care. In addition she provides Department of Transportation Substance Abuse Professional services for those who have violated the DOT drug and alcohol policy.
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Register Now for Creative Decision Making (morning) - Balancing Work and Family Roles (afternoon) - Wed, Aug 3

Contributed by: Jerry Winans
Published: Friday, 29 July 2016 10:00 AM
There's still time to register for two sessions on Wed, Aug 3:

Decision making in most teams can be a hit or miss process. Someone suggests an idea and either it is embraced or it is shot down immediately with five reasons why it won't work. When this happens brainstorming may be cut short, personal agendas may take over and the real opportunities may never surface. Utilizing the Six Thinking Hats allow strategic discussion to occur along parallel lines of communication instead of cross wise communication. Intrigued? Come learn what can be different for your team.
Date/Time: Wed, Aug 3, 2016, 8:30 am - 11:30 am Register Now!
Location: Student Center, Forum Room (2nd floor, back hallway)
Presenter: Pamela Ruster

With so little time and energy at the end of day how can anyone successfully respond to all the demands of work and life? This session explores how to successfully re-introduce balance as an achievable goal. And, one thing we can be sure of is change! Organizations previously “changed” on a seven year cycle. Now change impacts every level every day! Are you a victim, survivor or “thrivor”? Learning to identify how you are an agent of change will be your goal for this session. Your presenter, Pam Ruster, a licensed social worker, will help you learn how to manage your response to change and, in turn, to increase your success.
Date/Time: Wed, Aug 3, 2016, 8:30 am - 11:30 am Register Now!
Location: Bracken Library, ETRC Meeting Room 1, BL L82A
Presenter: Pamela Ruster

About the Presenter: As a consultant/trainer, Pamela Ruster has presented numerous workshops and seminars to workplace groups on numerous topics. Pam has assisted numerous corporations and workplaces to address the impact of trauma on employees. She is a licensed clinical social worker, receiving a Master of Science in Social Work degree from the University of Louisville, and BA in Sociology from the University of Evansville. For almost 20 years Pam owned Supportive Systems, LLC, a Woman Business Enterprise (WBE) which provided EAP and Corporate Development services to corporations throughout Indiana. In addition, Pam has a wide range of experience in practice settings including child welfare and health care. In addition she provides Department of Transportation Substance Abuse Professional services for those who have violated the DOT drug and alcohol policy.
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Sick Leave Days to Care for a Family Member and Adoption/Foster Care Placement of a Child

Contributed by: Marta Stephens
Published: Thursday, 28 July 2016 3:00 PM
The proposed policy enhancements to Sick Leave Days to Care for a Family Member and Adoption/Foster Care Placement of a Child will enhance the quality of the work-life environment of our employees and provide more flexibility in the usage of accrued sick time.



























































































































































































































































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University Summer Hours

Contributed by: Marta Stephens
Published: Friday, 06 May 2016 1:00 PM
University summer hours begin Monday, May 9, 2016. Learn more.

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