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2014 Staff Leadership Summit Presentations & Resources

2014 Summit  KU's Fourth Annual Staff Leadership Summit: Co-creating the Ideal Workplace  8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014 | Kansas Union

Presentations & Resources


MORNING KEYNOTE

Neeli Bendapudi

Recovering from Service Failure


BREAKOUT SESSIONS

Jim Peters

Fitness for Your Mind and Body

  • Jim Peters, Director, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at KU

Improvisation for Reluctant Collaborators

  • Sherrie Tucker, Professor, American Studies, KU

Leading Change 101: Sometimes in haste we forget the basics!

  • Dennis Karney, Ned N. Fleming Distinguished Professor, KU School of Business

The KU Advocacy Corps: Connecting KU, Community, and the Common Good

  • Amanda Schwegler, Assistant Director, Center for Civic and Social Responsibility

Get Out of Your Rut

  • Cami Travis-Groves, Senior Graphic Designer, Speaker, Good Juju Spreader, KU Continuing Education

Yoga for Office

  • Sorcha Hyland, Yoga Instructor

Noel Rasor & Teresa Schwab

Cultivating Curiosity

  • Noel Rasor, Assistant Director, KU Public Management Center, and Teresa Schwab, Instructor, KU Public Management Center

Getting Things Done: An integrated Approach to Work-Life Management

  • Julie Loats, Director, KU Center for Online and Distance Learning

What the #@*&! : You want me to do what?

  • Robin Holladay, Rhonda Cook,Carol Archinal, Jo Eis Barton, Jama Lickteig, and Beth (Knapik) Benfield
  • Moderated by Stacy Stringer Walters, Senior Program Manager, KU Continuing Education

KU Work Hacks 

  • Andy Jackson, Tier Two Technical Support, KU Information Technology and Suzie Johannes, Technology Trainer, KU Information Technology
  • Presentation slides (.pdf)

Reinventing Yourself, Like Madonna, Except Without the Spandex

  • Julie Dunlap, Writer

LUNCH


HOW KU-OOL IS THAT?

Speaker Sex Influences Processing of Grammatical Gender

  • Michael Vitevitch, Professor, Psychology​

Lance Rake

Bicycles + Bamboo = Positive Social Change

  • Lance Rake, Professor, Dept. of Design​

Andrea Greenhoot

Let it Be: The Hidden Benefits of Letting the Past Stay in the Past

  • Andrea Greenhoot, Associate Professor, Psychology ​

Val Smith

Applications of Ecological Principles in Algal Biofuels Production

  • Val Smith, Professor, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology​

A NOTE ABOUT THE SLDC

  • Leticia Gradington, Student Affairs & SLDC member

CLOSING REMARKS

  • David Cook, Vice Chancellor of the Edwards Campus

WRAP-UP AND DOOR PRIZES

  • Kathleen Ames-Stratton, HR, Learning & Development & SLDC Co-Chair

 


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