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Organizational Development and Employee Training

-a division of Equity and Inclusion

Organizational Development and Employee Training (ODET) Vision:

The ODET Department is a team of experienced, skilled professionals who:

--are dedicated to coaching, motivating and developing college employees

--are the catalyst to enabling employees to reach their potential and make a difference

--are influential, trusted leaders who create innovative and responsive partnerships

--are utilized to achieve a high level of organizational effectiveness on campus.




UPCOMING Events & Trainings

Green Dot Training  

January 24, 2019

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Sign up for one, not both
9:30 - 10:30 AM (30 slots)
1:30 - 2:30 PM (30 slots)

Location: SNH 338

As you may already know, power-based personal violence (sexual assault, domestic/dating violence, and stalking) is a prevalent issue on college campuses all around the country. It is very likely that most everyone in our community has either personally experienced this kind of violence or knows someone who has. We want to make sure that our campus is ready to respond, so that is why we will be implementing the Green Dot strategy starting with our faculty and staff.

Participants will leave this one-hour training with a set of concrete strategies to react in the moment, and we will talk about how to set norms in our classrooms and workplaces that violence is not tolerated in the first place. If you would like more information about Green Dot, visit the HEART website at www.edcc.edu….  

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Embracing the Rainbow: Making Our Campus More Inclusive for Student Persistence
Trainer: Queer Action Team

January 30 & February 4

The impetus for this training came from climate issues affecting LGBTQ students specifically, but the practical implications are beneficial for all students on campus. We will provide the rationale for and information about improving campus climate using evidence-based information and experiential activities. Come prepared to contribute, participate and take away tools you can implement immediately! This training is appropriate for all folks, regardless of background or expertise. We strongly encourage everyone to attend.

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Communication Styles and Skills 

March 1

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Effective communication builds relationships, diffuses conflict, motivates team members and strengthens workplaces. It is essential to a positive and productive work environment.

This is a full-day, interactive workshop on interpersonal communication styles. As part of the training, you will take a short assessment and learn the ins and outs of your own communication style as well as those of your colleagues. 

 

 



  BRAVO Reception
​ 
Friday, February 22, 2019
from 
​2:30-3:30pm​
 
​Gateway 352

Take a moment to say BRAVO! We are asking that INDIVIDUALS ONLY be acknowledged with your nomination. Each nomination should be a short paragraph including specific, meaningful and personal examples of why this person has earned recognition. Please send your nomination by email to Yumiko.Nesheim@edcc.edu


Click HERE for commendations from [F2018] nominators.



Adult CPR/First Aid/AED (Pediatrics optional)


    2018 Fall Quarter 
RANDY FLITZ, ​
I Know CPR
​February 8, 2019
8:30am to 2:30pm (optional Pediatric CPR 2:45-4:00pm)
CLA 121

REGISTRATION: Please go to the ODET Calendar