Classified Senate

Classified Senate Department

2017 FHDA Classified
Professional Development Day

 We have closed the registration.  If you have not registered, please email Karen Hunter, let her know your information, and choice of workshops, we will work on manually adding you to the lists.

 

 


FHDA CLASSIFIED

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAY

05.12.2017

FRIDAY, MAY 12
7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
De Anza College Campus Center,
Conference Rooms A & B 

All Foothill, De Anza, and Central Services Classified Professionals are invited to Attend!

 

 Registration is now open! Click here to register.

 

AGENDA 

Time

Agenda Item

7:30–8:30

 

Registration

Campus Center, Conference Rooms A & B Lobby

 

Light Breakfast

Any combination of our freshly baked Muffins, Assorted Danish, Donuts, Bagels, Fruit Platter, yogurt, and hard boiled eggs, with assorted Juices and Freshly Brewed Coffee

Campus Center, Conference Rooms A & B

 

8:30-9:00

Opening Session

Welcome, Acknowledgements, Introductions

Campus Center, Conference Rooms A & B

 
9:00–10:30

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Jason Laker,

To Be of Service, First Be of Purpose…

What if our job title and employer is merely a venue for acting on our bigger purpose? Given all the drama and politics that we experience in our workplaces, it's often hard to imagine that there is some bigger reason for doing what we do in the place where we do it. Jason Laker wants to understand why he's here, and to be with other people who are also trying to figure that question out. 

 

 Jason is a tenured professor in the Lurie College of Education and a Salzburg Fellow at San José State University. At SJSU, he previously served as the Vice President for Student Affairs, leading more than 20 departments and 350 staff. He also holds an appointment as Affiliated Research Faculty with the Center for Research and Education on Gender and Sexuality at San Francisco State University.

 

 Jason's teaching, consulting and academic work includes more than 20 years of administrative leadership experiences in several universities in the U.S. and Canada. He holds a Ph.D. from the Center for the Study of Higher Education at the University of Arizona, an M.A. in Community Counseling from Adams State College and a B.S. in Organizational Communication from Central Michigan University.

 

Campus Center, Conference Rooms A & B

10:30-12:00

 Activity - Storytelling

Campus Center, Conference Rooms A & B

12:00–1:00

Lunch

Campus Center, Conference Rooms A & B

1:15–2:15

Session 1 Workshops

Neighborhood Walk
Back by popular demand! Spend an hour networking with colleagues walking through the surrounding neighborhood on a 2.5-mile walk. Meet at the flagpole by the Administration Building. Bottled water will be provided, please bring a hat and sunscreen.
Lead by Marilyn Booye,meet by the Flagpole in the Main Quad

Technology You Can Use - Outlook Web App (OWA) Email

Want to save time by using in-built shortcuts? Ever wonder how to apply categories, filters and rules to your inbox? Learn some useful tips and tricks to organize your email and get the most of of OWA.

Presenter: Lil Krueger-Gilka, MLC-243 (upstairs)


Get Hyphy with Equity, Walking Equity as a Classified Professional

Identify practical ways and processes to walk equity and self-reflect as a staff member to measure your own equity practices. We hope you will be motivated to get involved through the Classified Senate equity committee and through other amazing opportunities to ascend and elevate our service in this college.

Presenters: Tony Santa Ana, Adriana Garcia and Angelica Esquivel Moreno, MCC Conference Room

 

Leap into Shared (Participatory) Governance

The commitment to the shared participatory governance process is important during time of change in higher education. This workshop is intended to explain how constituency groups align their efforts to actively participate in the decision making process with intentions to implement strategic priorities that support the college mission. All though constituencies may not agree, the participatory governance process holds a shared responsibility that requires hard work, open communication, trust, and respect in order to move towards a strong, unified, and bold collective decision.  What can you do to take your leap into participatory governance?

Presenter: Shondra West, President Elect of 4CS, California History Center Classroom

 

Discover the Power of Your Mind

As a participant, you will learn useful relaxation techniques that you can apply in your every day life.

Presenters: Shireen Woo and Monica Nolasco, Room Admin 103

Securing the Human

Helpful security awareness training to use at home and at work to protect yourself against cyber risks.

Presenter: Joseph Moreau,Vice Chancellor of Technology, MCC 17

 

Wisdom and Happiness in the Workplace
Wise decisions in the workplace and in life lead to greater happiness, success, and well being. Wisdom Therapy is a scientifically established program that has identified wisdom skills and the practical methods for learning wisdom sooner rather than later. This workshop will describe these wisdom skills, provide examples of their practical applications to the workplace and to every day life, and will facilitate the presentation with videos, games, and jokes to bring lightness and amusement.
Presenter: Shani Robins, Room Admin 102

2:30–3:30

Session 2 Workshops

Guided Walk around the De Anza Campus

Take a guided walk around the De Anza campus. Visit areas and buildings that you've never had a chance to see before and get energized after lunch!
Lead by Paula Joseph, meet at the Flagpole in the Main Quad


Technology You Can Use - Zoom Video Conferencing

Want to learn how to use video conferencing and share your desktop scree with individuals or larger groups? Want to set up virtual office hours for your online students? Or set up remote tutoring? Want to make a short how-to videos on how to use a certain software program or maybe how to fill in a form?  Zoom can do all those things and this workshop will give you the tools to get started.

Presenter: Lil Krueger-Gilka, MLC-243 (upstairs)

 

Get Hyphy with Equity, Walking Equity as a Classified Professional

Identify practical ways and processes to walk equity and self-reflect as a staff member to measure your own equity practices. We hope you will be motivated to get involved through the Classified Senate equity committee and through other amazing opportunities to ascend and elevate our service in this college.

Presenter: Tony Santa Ana, Adriana Garcia, and Angelica Esquivel Moreno, MCC Conference Room

 

Leap into Shared (Participatory) Governance

The commitment to the shared participatory governance process is important during time of change in higher education. This workshop is intended to explain how constituency groups align their efforts to actively participate in the decision making process with intentions to implement strategic priorities that support the college mission. All though constituencies may not agree, the participatory governance process holds a shared responsibility that requires hard work, open communication, trust, and respect in order to move towards a strong, unified, and bold collective decision.  What can you do to take your leap into participatory governance?

Presenter: Shondra West, President Elect of 4CS, California History Center Classroom

 

Discover the Power of Your Mind

As a participant, you will learn useful relaxation techniques that you can apply in your every day life.

Presenters: Shireen Woo and Monica Nolasco, Room Admin 103

Securing the Human

Helpful security awareness training to use at home and at work to protect yourself against cyber risks.

Presenter: Joseph Moreau,Vice Chancellor of Technology, MCC 17

 

Wisdom and Happiness in the Workplace
Wise decisions in the workplace and in life lead to greater happiness, success, and well being. Wisdom Therapy is a scientifically established program that has identified wisdom skills and the practical methods for learning wisdom sooner rather than later. This workshop will describe these wisdom skills, provide examples of their practical applications to the workplace and to every day life, and will facilitate the presentation with videos, games, and jokes to bring lightness and amusement.
Presenter: Shani Robins, Room Admin 102

3:45–4:30

Closing, Prize Drawings

Campus Center, Conference Rooms A & B

 

Registration is now open! Click here to register.

 

QUESTIONS?

Central Services

Central Services: Lindsay West, westlindsay@fhda.edu, x6924

Central Services: Chris White, whitechris@fhda.edu x7570

 

De Anza College

De Anza College: Karen Hunter, hunterkaren@fhda.edu  x8229

De Anza College: La Donna Yumori-Kaku, yumorikakuladonna@fhda.edu x8692

De Anza College: Adriana Garcia, garciaadriana@fhda.edu x 5636

 

Foothill College

Foothill College: Erin Ortiz,  ortizerin@fhda.edu  x7060

Foothill College: Julie Brown, brownjulie@fhda.edu x7001

Foothill College: Anthony Cervantes, cervantesanthony@fhda.edu x7004

Foothill College: Vanessa Smith, smithvanessa@fhda.edu x7258

 

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