Don’t Let Your Light Go Out: Staying Positive and Motivated
Duration: 1 hour
Facilitator: Debbie Scheibler and Sinclair Preston Ceasar
No matter what your professional level, infusing positivity into your daily routine and into the management of others is something we can all benefit from. YOU choose your attitude each day, and how you show up as a professional impacts everyone around you. This webinar will be a vibrant and uplifting presentation about how to infuse more positivity into your practice, your office and into your interactions with your staff and students. Get out from behind your jaded view or burnt out attitude and join us as we discuss the universal power of positivity! We will offer ideas, tools and applicable resources.
- Learn about the documented benefits of living a more positive lifestyle
- Be exposed to multiple positivity models as they relate to customer service and leadership
- Create an action plan in order to immediately begin incorporating positivity into their personal and professional lives
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
- Graduate Students
- Entry Level
- Upper Management
Debbie Scheibler is the Assistant Director of Housing and Residence Life at Rutgers University- Camden. She oversees the Residential Life curriculum, oncampus student conduct and is a Deputy Title IX Coordinator. Debbie is a former faculty member for the Regional Entry-Level Institute (RELI) and a James C. Grimm National Housing Training Institute (NHTI) graduate. Debbie currently serves on the Executive Board of the Mid-Atlantic Association of College and University Housing Officers (MACUHO) in the role of Director of Annual Programs.
Sinclair Preston Ceasar is the Assistant Director of Student Life at Loyola University Maryland. Sinclair has many years of experience in the areas of with Residence Life, New Student Orientation, First Year Programming, Youth Development and Service Learning. Sinclair volunteered in Oregon with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps NW (2009) and with AmeriCorps & AmeriCorps VISTA (2010-2012). Sinclair runs the blog the SAProNext Door and is the author of Two Thousand Hours- Advice for a New Student Affairs Professional.