SHAPE the Trainer Virtual Workshop Series

July 7, 8, & 9, 2020 | Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday

We hope you’ll participate in the second annual, now-virtual SHAPE THE TRAINER Workshop Series. Throughout the week, workshops will be provided which explore a variety of training/informational topics. These have been identified through assessment and by career staff who want to have this information and/or train better in these areas (see below for schedule & topics).

** You do not need to register! Show up for what you can. **

Helpful Information

  • All workshops will be held through the Zoom platform, specifically at the Zoom Room link HERE. (No registration required! Just show up!)
  • Workshops are either 50 minutes or 80 minutes – please pay attention to times of the workshops and plan accordingly.
  • Regarding accessibility, please email requests to: ambrose@colostate.edu
    • Facilitators are encouraged to you Outlook 365 PowerPoint with captions.
    • Participants will be able to join via online or phone.
  • Many of the SHAPE the Trainer Workshops will be archived and shared on the SHAPE_LSC ColoState YouTube Channel 

SHAPE the Trainer Workshops & Schedule

Log on to the virtual platform at the time the event is happening. All SHAPE the Trainer sessions will be on the Zoom platform – it is suggested to download Zoom prior to the event: www.zoom.us

 

12:00-1:20 PM SHAPE the Trainer: Inclusion as a Practice for Facilitators

As a facilitator it is important to recognize our identities, and those of participants impact how we hold space when facilitating conversations. Let’s talk about the basics of facilitation and reframe/infuse the conversation with Inclusion, Equity and Diversity. Find your voice, build your toolkit, and develop your skillset. Let’s explore together!

Presenter: Kyle Oldham (he/him), Housing & Dining Services

 

 

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1:30 – 2:50 PM Supervision & Student Core Growth

Student Supervisors have the large task of helping develop student staff while also making sure the work is completed. Using CSU’s core competencies, supervisors will learn how to both recruit individuals with certain skill sets as well as understanding a theoretical framework for assisting their student staff to grow. The core competencies used by a large variety of employers will be shared, as well as techniques to encourage student’s development in these areas.

Presenters: Greg Head (he/him), Career Center & Emily Ambrose (she/hers), LSC | SLiCE 

Note: This workshop is eligible for the ELEVATE: Student Supervision Focus Certificate through CSU Talent Development

 

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3:30-4:50 PM Training Anatomy: The Agenda & the Virtual Platform

Effective trainings usually have a few consistent components – how the content flows and is presented matters. Attend this session for a outline of effective training, exploring the Zoom platform, gathering helpful resources, and answering questions you may have. We’ll talk about aspects to include as well as accessibility.

Presenter: Emily Ambrose (she/hers), Lory Student Center | SLiCE

 

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10:30 -11:20 AM Using Storytelling to Hone Your Marketing

We will review the Storybrand marketing framework, which uses storytelling to engage customers to make decisions by clarifying our messages and solving their most pressing concerns.

Presenter: Doni Aldine (she/hers), Colab – LSC Marketing

 

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12:00 -12:50 PM The Mission of the LSC

This workshop will highlight LSC’s mission and the ways in which every LSC employee acts to fulfill our mission.

Presenter: Michael Marr (he/him), Lory Student Center

 

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3:30 – 4:20 PM Lory Student Center Re-Opening: Information + Q & A

The Lory Student Center will be re-opening it’s physical doors to the public soon – what do you need to know to be prepared? Come for a general presentation and overview, and get your questions answered. We’ll get ready for Fall 2020 together!

Presenters Mike Ellis, Tamene Abebe, & Jason Rogien (he/him), Lory Student Center

 

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10:00 -10:50 AM Lory Student Center Re-Opening: Information + Q & A

The Lory Student Center will be re-opening it’s physical doors to the public soon – what do you need to know to be prepared? Come for a general presentation and overview, and get your questions answered. We’ll get ready for Fall 2020 together!

Presenters Mike Ellis, Tamene Abebe, & Jason Rogien (he/him), Lory Student Center

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11:30 AM – 12:50 PM Supervising Gen Z in a Multi-generational Workplace
Learn what makes Gen Z (1995-2010) tick.  Ever wonder how this current generation of student employees views workplace motivation, priorities, evaluation and communication?  This interactive session will give attendees the chance to learn more about the generational norms of all the generations in the workplace with a deep dive on Gen Z.  Learn how to turn generational sticking points into productivity strong points and how to create a workplace that welcomes and affirms employees from all generations.Presenter: Summer Shaffer (she/hers), Career CenterNote: This workshop is eligible for the ELEVATE: Student Supervision Focus Certificate through CSU Career Center
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1:30 – 2:50 PM Online Engagement/Virtual Teambuilding

Passion and focus on the topics of engagement and teambuilding in online setting have been top of mind for the presenter; she has participated in a variety of professional development and now wants to share the wealth of information! Come to see ways to engage and build community in to platforms we have available to us.

Presenter: Sarah Stephens (she/hers), SLiCE

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