#BeThe1To START the Conversation: Campus Suicide PreventionMichelle Bangen and Charlette LumbyThis two-part training offers an introduction to skills that help recognize the signs of suicide and referral to appropriate supports, a chance to explore nuanced scenarios that student affairs professional may regularly encounter, and recommendations for creating a network of safety and integrated approach to suicide prevention.
A Conversation on CivilityJoanne Goldwater and Deborah ScheiblerThis webinar will address these issues and offer some tips for dealing with incivility from others, keeping yourself in check, and responding when one inadvertently behaves badly. One can disagree without being disagreeable!
A How-to Guide for Housing Master PlanningDr. Steven Hood and Dr. Matthew Kerch Housing departments of any size struggle with identifying which areas to prioritize while developing long-term planning documents, deferred maintenance needs, and annual upkeep of residence halls. There is an increasing need to develop long-range housing planning documents at institutions. Based upon conversations with housing authorities, research on evidence based practices, exploration of building components, and trial and error, a solid foundation of tools have been compiled that enhance the long-term planning processes.
During this webinar, strategies will be shared with participants that highlight how these projects were successful, due in large part to data driven decision-making informing smart fiscal practices, strategic planning, and promoting the importance of living on campus.
A Simple Approach to Complex Decisions-MakingDr. Adam PeckThis webinar will synthesize and distill decades of research on decision-making into an easy-to-understand format and is appropriate for decision-makers at all levels. Participants will leave better understanding how colleges and universities of all types truly function, how decisions are made.
Becoming a Successful Supervisee (Managing Up)Joanne GoldwaterThis webinar will discuss relationship-building and communication with your supervisor, whether that person is your new supervisor or a longtime supervisor. Participants will learn tips on how to establish and/or maintain a good working relationship with the person who does their annual evaluation!
Being an Introverted Student Affairs ProfessionalDr. Marcelle HolmesThe aims of this webinar are to educate audience members about the trait of introversion, dispel myths, discuss the benefits of an introverted style, and provide audience members with concrete tools.
Busy is the Enemy of Strategic Dr. Adam PeckThis webinar will provide strategies for analyzing how we spend our time and offer practical guidance for understanding how we can target our use of time toward our mission-critical outcomes.
Creating a Division-wide Assessment PlanDr. Marjorie Dorimé-Williams This webinar focuses on process that look at student learning outcomes and administrative, or support outcomes, within student affairs. It will offer practical information and tools to create measurable goals and outcomes, develop comprehensive assessment practices, and align units with institutional priorities.
Creating and Sustaining Mentoring RelationshipsDr. Jon Conlogue and Joanne GoldwaterThis webinar will provide information on the roles and responsibilities of mentors and mentees. Having a mentor can help you be successful. Being a mentor can be a fulfilling part of a Student Affairs professional’s job.
Facilitating Group Mentoring in Online EnvironmentsDr. Jonathan KrollIn this webinar, we will explore the foundational principles of group mentoring; best-practices for design, implementation, and facilitation of group mentoring experiences; and most importantly, how to navigate the establishment and engagement in online environments.
Inclusive Supervision in Student AffairsDr. Amy Wilson, Dr. Matthew Shupp, Dr. Carmen McCallumThe Webinar is based on the book, Inclusive Supervision in Student Affairs: A Model for Professional Practice, regularly priced at $47.95. Individuals registering for this Webinar can receiving either a 25% discount off the paperback edition (with free shipping) or a 40% discount off the e-book.
Leading as a Developmental RelationshipJonathan KrollBy understanding the nuances of the many developmental roles we play (supervisor, mentor, coach, or leader), we will be more effective at serving in each capacity - therefore enhancing the opportunities for learning and growth of those with whom we engage. This webinar will explore each of these roles for Student Affairs educators and focus on how we can maximize their developmental nature.
Managing Our Anxiety About Student AnxietyDr. Lee Burdette Williams & Dr. Kathryn Dingman BogerThis webinar will cover some basic information about anxiety disorders including their definitions, symptoms, causes, methods of response and treatment as well as help staff delineate clinical and non-clinical roles.
Motivational Interviewing: A model for behavioral changeAntonia Montoya, MS, CHESThis webinar will explore Motivational Interviewing (MI), an evidence-based method of helping people change their behavior, with an emphasis on autonomy, effective communication, motivation, self-efficacy, and readiness for change.
Social Media and Mental Health: How Student Affairs Professionals Can HelpDr. Aaron HugheyThis webinar will provide evidence-based best practices and related information and insights that can be used immediately to respond more effectively and efficiently to the needs of students who are experiencing emotional and mental health challenges due to their extensive involvement with social media.
Strategies for Student Affairs Professional Staff SupervisionScott Burden & Chelsea GilbertDuring this webinar, we aim to provide examples of effective supervision models for student affairs practitioners that take identity and power into account, while providing participants with multiple opportunities to reflect on potential applications for their own supervisory practice.
Title IX and LGBTQI studentsHeather Cowan, M.A.This webinar will cover the requirements of Title IX as it relates to our LGBTQI students and how we can help our LGBTQI students feel safer and more included on our campuses.
TOGA: Training on Greeks and AlcoholToben F. Nelson, ScDExcessive alcohol use in the Greek system is a challenging and often frustrating concern for University administrators and students alike. Training on Greeks and Alcohol (TOGA) is an innovative risk management program for Greek leaders. This Webinar will describe the program approach and present findings from formative research on program implementation at Universities in four states.