About the event
8 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Wednesday, July 24, 2019
various, Centennial Hall
Expect another great morning of professional development!
This year’s keynote address will be Carolyn Colleen on “Fierce evolution: Transforming from fear into focus.” Colleen developed the “F.I.E.R.C.E 5 method,” which helped her grow from a downtrodden, scared and ragged victim standing in a food line at the Salvation Army, to the confident and successful person she is today, living a happy life she never realized she deserved. See more at: http://carolyncolleen.com.
Colleen’s presentation will open the morning of professional development in Centennial Hall, which will conclude with lunch in the Student Union. Morning sessions will focus on employee benefits, first aid, personal financial planning, creating an inclusive environment and more. There are also networking opportunities with colleagues.
Colleen is a fierce mother of three, author, international speaker, Life & Business Strategist and Founder of Fierce Academy. Her life story is one of personal and professional transformation. From standing in a food line at the Salvation Army to a Ph.D., Colleen’s life purpose is to provide hope and inspire people to move from fear into focus.
Plan to attend—
What: Employee Enrichment Day
When: Wednesday, July 24
8 a.m. Registration/Networking
8:30 a.m. Opening session with Carolyn Colleen
9:40 a.m. Breakout sessions
10:50 Breakout sessions
Where: Centennial Hall and The Student Union
Registration: Free to all UWL employees
Employee Enrichment Day, a professional development opportunity free and open to all university employees, is organized by University Staff, Academic Staff and Faculty. Mark your calendars now! Employees should work with supervisors to ensure office coverage.
Employee Enrichment Day is organized by the following staff: John Acardo, Abbi Clauss, Hanah Diebold, Michelle Edge, Tammy Haakenson, Joshua Kraft, Karen McGarvey, Brad Quarberg, Lori Reichel, Marie Rieber, Terry Stika and Becky Yoshizumi.