Difficult Conversations Friday, May 14, 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. Register Now(link is external) Instructors: Brian Cole and Stephen Camarata, Organizational Learning In this micro-learning session, a tried-and-true approach for having difficult conversations will be used. We will demonstrate how to begin challenging conversations and move the conversation forward in a collaborative way. You will learn, try and apply this approach to real life scenarios.
Goal Setting Workshop: How to use SMART Goals Thursday, May 13, 3 – 4 p.m. Register Now(link is external) Instructor: Stephen Camarata, Organizational Learning This interactive workshop will give you the opportunity to plan ahead by considering what success will look like for you in the coming year. You will leave with a draft of a specific measurable goal and tips for having a discussion and reaching agreement with your team and/or your leader.
The Power of Gratitude: A Conversation Thursday, May 13, 1 - 2 p.m. Register Now(link is external) Instructor: Michael Herrington, Office of Health, Equity & Inclusion Please come and participate in a conversation of the power of gratitude and its catalyst energy to create a culture of support, inclusion, healing, and appreciation! We will share practice and resources that will not only help work teams, but us as individuals as well.
Gifts of Art Concert: Chamber Music Thursday, May 13, 12 – 1 p.m. Register Now(link is external) Gifts of Art presents Chamber Music by Vox3Machina Duo. The name Vox3Machina references the group’s commitment to explore together both the vocal expressivity and mechanistic frontiers of their instruments, through new and established repertoire. Kathryn Goodson, piano, is an international performer, teacher and coach of both vocal and instrumental repertoires. For this performance, she will be joined by either saxophonist Timothy McAllister or bass trombonist Randall Hawes, who both enjoy remarkable careers on orchestral, chamber music and festival stages as well as recording…
Becoming a Virtual Moderator Wednesday, May 12, 3 – 4 p.m. Register Now(link is external) Instructor: Molly Trusty, Organizational Learning The role of a virtual moderator is vital and ensures a seamless experience for the participants. As a moderator you will learn how to manage participants in your sessions while providing an interactive experience. You will gain experience through helpful tools, practice sessions, and shadowing colleagues.
"Becoming": A personal journey to create more meaningful connections Wednesday, May 12, 2 – 3 p.m. Register Now(link is external) Instructors: LaTonya Berryhill, Nicole Bonomini & Mark Cantrell, MICHR The "Becoming" activity is centered on personal storytelling, self-reflection, & honest vulnerability in the DEI space and provides an opportunity to learn more about our colleagues and the impact that DEI has on their lives. Using a Q&A interviewing approach to begin the conversation, facilitators will help interviewees speak to their own experiences in the DEI journey & create more meaningful connections through open conversation. This is designed as a 1-hour…
Guided Meditation Wednesday, May 12, 7:30 – 8 a.m. Register Now(link is external) Instructor: Wendy Dolan-Morawa, MHealthy Join Wendy from MHealthy for guided meditation. Wendy will help you to tap into internal peace and calm to help you manage the stressors in our lives.
Employee Appreciation Week: Gifts of Art presents Jazz/Swing, Bluegrass & New Acoustic by Grant Flick & Friends
Gifts of Art Concert: Jazz/Swing, Bluegrass and New Acoustic Tuesday, May 11, 12 – 1 p.m. Register Now (link is external)Performers: Grant Flick & Friends Gifts of Art presents jazz/swing, bluegrass & new acoustic music by Grant Flick & Friends. Grant Flick, of Bowling Green, Ohio, plays, performs and teaches on violin, mandolin and tenor guitar. He has received numerous music awards including the 2013 Daniel Pearl Memorial Violin, and he was a 2015 finalist in the Walnut Valley Festival Fiddle Competition in Winfield, Kansas. Flick is currently attending the University of Michigan studying Jazz Performance. For this concert, he…
Rock Your LinkedIn Profile Tuesday, May 11, 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. Register Now(link is external) Instructor: Jen Jortner Cassidy, LinkedIn Looking to expand your social network or build an attention grabbing LinkedIn profile? Whether you are just starting, seeking to advance or make a career change, this webinar can help. Get recommendations for building an all-star profile that tells your professional story.