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Thursday, January 9 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
HRL Staff Devo Committee: Creating a Workplace of Connection and Development

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Housing & Residence Life is a large, dynamic department comprised of five functional areas, over 160 professional staff members, and provides education, service, and support to over 6000 on-campus residents. With the volume of staff in the HRL department and the specialized roles different positions play in the operation, a lack of interpersonal connection and engagement was identified. As the full HRL department underwent went a reorganization, the HRL Staff Development Committee was created to address these needs for the overall department. Our approach to this work has been collaborative and with our progress we have faced challenges along the way. With the support of departmental leadership and addressing the apathy of staff, we are starting to see a shift in our HRL interpersonal culture to be one of increase engagement and connection.

Over the course of this session our team will share the details of our work, our approach to navigating challenges, and provide time for brainstorming how you can replicate these efforts on your team, regardless of staff size. With intentional conversation, planning, and creating opportunity for engagement, the potential for your team’s development could be limitless.

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Speakers
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Meeghan Millette

Associate Director Staff Development, Housing and Residence Life
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L'Erin Garner

Project Specialis, Housing and Residence Life
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Christopher Gremillion

Community Director, Housing and Residence Life
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Leslie Coonfield

Business Process Coordinator, Housing and Residence Life
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Shameka Jones

Procurement & Asset Control Cooridnator, Housing and Residence Life
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Joel Byron

IT Specialist, Housing and Residence Life



Thursday January 9, 2020 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Johnson Center, Room A

Attendees (4)