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SHAPE: LSC Training & Talent Development

At the Lory Student Center, we are committed to a beneficial learning environment where people can gather, explore, discover, and belong. To do that, the employees who work in and with the Lory Student Center must experience this, too. The SHAPE Training & Talent Development Program seeks to address learning objectives of student employees through a variety of events and workshops throughout the life-cycle of the employee, over the course of an academic year.

Student Employment Learning Objectives

  • Leadership and Teamwork
  • Intercultural Fluency
  • Decision Making and Problem Solving
  • Workflow Planning
  • Communication
  • Career Specific Knowledge

Register for the 2022 SHAPE CONFERENCE!

SHAPE Programs

SHAPE the Trainer

Employee Orientation

Spring 2022 Conference

Graduation Celebration

Spring 2021 Conference

Graduation Celebration

SHAPING a Year of Employment in the LSC

The SHAPE Employee Development Program seeks to support supervisors and employees throughout the life cycle of employment at the Lory Student Center. SHAPE aims to provide resources, trainings, and guidance from attracting and recruiting employees, all the way to when they transition to their new chapter (Morgan, 2017).

SHAPE Life Cycle

Additional Resources

LSC Employee Resources

LSC Employee Guidebook

LSC On-Boarding/Off-Boarding Checklist

REAL Workshops

DSA Onboarding Resources (Login Required)

Career Center

SHAPE Advisory Committee Members

NameDepartment
Lisa ChandlerALVS
Amy LawtonBookstore
Jacob LeavittBookstore & ASCSU
TBDCampus Activities
Brayden AntonioCareer Center
Jill JonesColab
  
Nancy CrowleyFacilities
Geoff ValdezLSC Dining
Sonja GibbonsLSC Dining
Michael MarrLSC Executive Director’s Office
Cami SmithLSC Retail
  
Lindsay MasonOff-Campus Life
TBDRamCard
Laxmi ShastryStudent Diversity Programs & Services
Liscenia Chino-JimenezSLiCE
Sarah StephensSLiCE
  
Support: 
Emily AmbroseLory Student Center | SLiCE
Pamela NorrisLSC Executive Director’s Office
Rachel KiemeleSLiCE

Specialized Workshops

Often, specific requests come up based on specific professional development for a staff. If as an employee or supervisor you have a topic you’d like to bring to your staff, let me know! Between the resources at CSU and content creation through me, we can get these needs met. For example, need a training for a staff meeting specifically on ethics or feedback? We can decide how a trainer can come in an present on those topics. The REAL Experience (www.real.colostate.edu) also hosts workshops twice a week on many topics. Contact me and we can decide which fits best for your staff!

Questions

Emily Ambrose (she/her/hers)
Assistant Director, Training & Development
Student Leadership, Involvement, & Community Engagement (SLiCE)

970-491-0642
emily.ambrose@colostate.edu
210 Lory Student Center

Sources

THE EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE ADVANTAGE: HOW TO WIN THE WAR FOR TALENT BY GIVING EMPLOYEES THE WORKSPACES THEY WANT, THE TOOLS THEY NEED, AND A CULTURE THEY CAN CELEBRATE
HARDCOVER – MARCH 27, 2017
HARDCOVER: 304 PAGES
PUBLISHER: WILEY; 1 EDITION (MARCH 27, 2017)
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH
ISBN-10: 111932162X
ISBN-13: 978-1119321620