LC Support Meeting Rescheduled to December 5th
The LC Support & Administrative Employee Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, November 14th from 2:00-3:30 p.m. has been rescheduled to Wednesday, December 5th from 2:00-3:30 p.m. on the CAS campus. This change will allow you to fully participate in the important Campus-wide drill on November 14th. Please register for the December 5th meeting by following this link, https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/636PMBX.
We’ll have a guest speaker, who will be talking about communicating with co-workers, see below for more information. We’d love to have you participate in our annual Soup, Socks, & Snugglies drive by donating non-perishable (non-expired) food items to be distributed to the Oregon Food Bank; and new socks, gloves, etc., and gently used blankets, stuffed animals for the Oregon Foster Care. Although this meeting is intended for support and administrative employees (both union and non-union), all staff, supervisors and faculty are welcome to attend this event.
Ten Stupid Things We Do to Mess Up Relationships at Work
Alice Bergman, Cascade Centers
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
We have many relationships in our lives; relationship with a spouse, children, parents, friends, teachers (just to name a few). We spend most of our day at work and yet there is very little information on how to improve this relationship. Just as with other relationships, we do and say things that can negatively impact a relationship or results in destroying it. This seminar looks at 10 stupid things people do to mess up their relationships at work and provides both awareness and tips to avoid being stupid in your relationship with your work.
Alice Bergman, M.A.
Alice Bergman earned her Masters degree in International Management from the University of Texas at Dallas and a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Pacific University. She began her career in marketing in the publishing industry. Alice has worked 15+ years as a human resource professional for fortune 500 companies, non-profits, federal government and academic institutions. In addition, Alice has international work experience. Alice worked as a counselor at a traditional four year college, a community college and at Cascade Center EAP. She combines her marketing, human resource, career counseling and therapy education and experience in her approach as a trainer.
For more information:Kari Uhlman, Training & Development Manager