(Helping Enhance Leadership Potential)
December 2, 2003
The session covered the three aspects of hiring – job descriptions, applications, and interviews.
Highlights from the session that “every supervisor should know”.
April 10, 2003
Kelly Schackmann, CSB Resident Director, presented this session for student employees, with some emphasis on students who are supervisors. The interactive session focused on:
Approximately 40 student employees attended this event and the response to the session was excellent.
March 20, 2003:
Presenters: Rebecca Rawe, CSB Resident Director; Julie Gruska, CSB/SJU Registrar; and Nadine Schnettler, CSB/SJU Associate Director of Human Resources
Becky provided participants with an overview of FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974. Julie explained how FERPA relates to students, staff and faculty at CSB/SJU. Nadine presented information on current law on employment references.
A video tape of this session is available in both student employment offices.
March 20, 2003:
Back by popular demand, this session for student employees, provided an interactive panel discussion on "how to present yourself to employers". CSB and SJU alumni/ae were panel members.
November 14, 2002:
This session is for CSB or SJU students only.
Rebecca Rawe, CSB Resident Director and Shannon Altrich-Olson, Costume Assistant for the Theater Department facilitated a discussion on conflict. Theme: What are some conflicts that you face in your day to day work environment and how do you resolve them?
November 13, 2002:
Rebecca Rawe, CSB Resident Director and Shannon Altrich-Olson, Costume Assistant for the Theater Department will facilitate a discussion on conflict. Theme: What are some conflicts that you face in your day to day work environment and how do you resolve them?
October through December, 2002
Maxwell asserts that a leader’s development comes from learning the laws of leadership, which are the tools for how leadership works. To develop the highest level of leadership, one must develop leadership character qualities from the inside out.
“If you can become the leader you ought to be on the inside, you will be able to become the leader you want to be on the outside.”
September 18, 2002:
Greg Brandt, Student Activities and Leadership Peer Trainer, and Shannon Altrich-Olson, Costume Assistant presented an interactive session on customer service. The session included group activities, discussion, and videos from the Connections video series from Noel Levitz.
April, 2002 through September, 2002:
In collaboration with the SJU Vocation Project, employees of CSB and SJU discussed the philosophy and the practical approach to mentoring of young adults. Copies of this book are available in both Student Employment Offices.