Human Resources Trainings

 There are several opportunities for mental health training and professional development in the next few weeks.   All posters with links and details are attached. Most sessions have in-person, zoom and later viewing available except when noted in blue

Fast approaching are the Compassion Fatigue Webinar for Faculty/Staff/Students and the annual Giving and Receiving Feedback Training for Faculty/Staff.

Compassion Fatigue - Webinar with our EAP, Behavioral Health Options - Faculty/Staff/Students - February 7, 2023 - Passcode: YEJ^1*1Y

Compassion fatigue occurs from the transference of grief, sorrow, depression, and distress from those we care for. There will be no in-person attendance for this one, but recordings will be available on the employee wellness site.


Getting ready for Evaluations – Faculty/Staff - February 9, 2023 

In this 3-session event, you can attend a general session for Crucial Conversations with Stuart Jones, Evaluations (S2@JLJ#@) from the supervisor role with Matt McKenzie, and get the most out of your evaluations with the HR team.


Part II - Financial Peace of Mind Series – Faculty/Staff/Students - February 15, 2023

This seminar will focus on insurance concepts and the importance of an emergency fund. What assets should you insure, including yourself and your ability to earn money? What should be self-insured and tax implications of different types of insurance?


Part II - Mindfulness, Receptive Breathing Underneath Language - Faculty/Staff/Students - February 23, 2023

Stevan Novakovich, International Yoga Federation Certified, and business entrepreneur will walk you through the concept of receptive breathing underneath language. This one-hour session is hosted "after hours" and can be done seated in a chair or on a yoga mat on the floor.


Resiliency Training - In person and via zoom.  R. Haze Hunter Alumni Center, Gilbert Great Hall - Faculty/Staff - March 7, 2023

We will be hosting Scott Thornton, a Certified Master Resiliency Trainer, to help us learn the skills to improve health and performance, strengthen personal and professional relationships, increase productivity, overcome challenges, meet goals, and enhance your mood and overall well-being. There will be a zoom option to view this training live, but there will not be a recording to view later.


QPR Training - In-person ONLY - Cedar Breaks and Starlight Rooms - Faculty/Staff - March 22 & March 23, 2023

QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer, the 3 simple steps anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide. Just as people trained in CPR and the Heimlich Maneuver help save thousands of lives each year, people trained in QPR learn how to recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to question, persuade, and refer someone to help.


Receiving Feedback - Passcode: cct@NA91

Feedback as a leader - Passcode: S2@JLJ#@