Green River faculty and staff complete Professional Development course
Photo: Green River colleagues show off their Certificates in Collaborative Leadership.
Thirty-five Green River colleagues recently received a Certificate in Collaborative Leadership after completing a professional development course on Feb. 5.
During the course, they learned how to best:
- Resolve conflicts at work and at home.
- Understand how conflict arises.
- Work to avoid the situations which lead to conflict.
- Improve teamwork, relationships and work quality.
Now is the time to apply for professional development funding from your division and register for the next course titled Resolving Conflict, scheduled March 26-27 at the Kent Campus, room 325. Enrollment is limited to 10 participants.
Course fee, including handbooks and refreshments is $240. This course provides 1.6 CEUs.
Registration: Cynthia Lemberg firstname.lastname@example.org
Further Information: Dr Barry Bannister, Course Leader
Comments by participants:
"'I am very grateful to have participated in this course, as it has resulted in a positive impact to both my professional and personal life. This type of self-reflective training would be of great value to any manager, leader, or employee across the institution.'"
''I have a new set of tools that I have already used to start improving my relationships with others. I am particularly grateful that almost all of my colleagues are going through the same workshops because we now have a common understanding of how to be responsive to each other (if we choose to).''
"'This course provided me a framework to evaluate my working relationships and interactions The tools provided definitely have had application even beyond the workplace How I view others and myself in relationship with them can do more to improve my workplace than much more costly measures.'"