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WorkshopUnconscious Bias Training for Faculty
Date/TimeTuesday, March 5, 2019  at 2:00 - 4:00PM
LocationGatton Student Center, Room 331
The mission of the Unconscious Bias Initiative is to empower members of the UK community (including faculty, administrators, staff, and students) to be aware of and manage the impact of unconscious bias by providing experiential classroom training and presentations in support of the University's goal to establish and maintain a culture of belonging and engagement.
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WorkshopUnconscious Bias Training for Faculty
Date/TimeMonday, March 18, 2019  at 9:00 - 11:00AM
LocationGatton College, Room 435UV
The mission of the Unconscious Bias Initiative is to empower members of the UK community (including faculty, administrators, staff, and students) to be aware of and manage the impact of unconscious bias by providing experiential classroom training and presentations in support of the University's goal to establish and maintain a culture of belonging and engagement.
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WorkshopE.Q 2.0 (Emotional Intelligence) 
Date/TimeFriday, March 1, 2019  at 8:30 - 10:30AM
LocationGatton B&E, Room 435UV
Michelle Jones

 In spite of their technical skills, years of experience and expertise, most supervisors have been side-tracked or even blind-sided by emotional drama or outbursts in the workplace.  Whether their own or their team members', lack of awareness of emotions and miscommunicating them in the workplace diminishes collegiality and productivity.  Research shows that EQ is linked to job performance for employees at all levels in virtually every industry.  The good news is that, unlike intelligence (IQ) which is relatively fixed, EQ is comprised of skills that can be learned and improved.  Based on the Benchmark EQ Model developed by Daniel Goleman, this course will provide participants with the opportunity to assess their current levels of Emotional Intelligence and learn strategies for improving.

 

 

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