On Monday, February 12, the Office of Human Resources will host a professional development
conference for Hope employees.
The goal of this daylong event is to empower our colleagues with tools, skills and knowledge that will strengthen our collective efforts and also provide frequently requested information.
Like other professional development conferences, this event will feature a lineup of breakout sessions and general sessions on a selection of topics. (It also will include lunch!) The event will take place at the Haworth Center, making it easily accessible to employees. All are welcome, and participants may attend one, some or all sessions. Please RSVP so that we can plan accordingly.
Why during Winter Break? We planned the conference to occur when offices are a little quieter and staff may have more availability. Understandably, some individuals may be off campus that day. If you're not able to join us, don't fret — we are already thinking ahead to the next one!
In the spirit of community, we hope that this event will live into our Strategic Plan: Goal 4, Objective 1, KPI 3: Staff and faculty professional development plans will include educational opportunities to develop cross-cultural perspectives and proficiencies and Goal 4, Objective 3: Assess, address and promote a campus culture where each person can flourish.
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
We're pleased to welcome Dr. Sandra Upton as our keynote speaker who will present “CQ: What it is and why it matters at Hope College.”
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