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CORE, which stands for “Cultivating our Organization to Realize Excellence,” was launched in September of 2011 as an outcome of the climate survey to offer more sustained developmental options for faculty and staff on campus.  CORE is built around 5 competencies that are meaningful and relevant to the campus:  communication, community, leadership, organizational acumen, and personal progression.  The CORE Program allows participants to recognize personal and professional strengths that can be applied to better themselves and the campus community.

The objective of CORE is to prepare faculty and staff to enhance their careers and to IMG_3336potentially assume new levels of leadership and responsibility as opportunities arise. Upon completion of this competency-based program, with optional certification, participants should be able to:

  • Communicate the CORE competencies that are critical to Wake Forest’s future strategic success
  • Recognize personal and professional strengths and apply them to better the campus community
  • Identify sources and resources for continued professional development

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Showing events 1 - 10 of 16 unique titles ( a total of 19 sessions )

    • Managing Excellence: Creating Sustainable Accountability Part 2 (Leadership)

    • Tuesday, March 3rd, 20152:30 pm - 4:30 pm
    •  **Attendees to this class must have attended Creating Sustainable Accountability Part 1** Part 2 of this series will identify the steps to building personal accountability.  Participants will review actions and behaviors that create environments where individuals are held accountable by . . .

    • Location: Reynolda Hall 301
    • (Lunch & Learn) Gatekeepers 3: Contact Theory and Dialogue

    • 2 dates and times available
    • Please Note:  You MUST complete Gatekeepers I & II prior to participating to this class. “Gatekeepers III:  Contact Theory and Dialogue” is the third workshop in the Gatekeepers Workshop Series.  Engaging in effective dialogue is challenging to most individuals . . .

    • Location: Multiple Locations
    • Suicide Prevention Training (Community)

    • Thursday, March 12th, 20152:30 pm - 4:00 pm
    •  Wake Forest University Counseling Center (UCC) staff are trained in suicide prevention and utilize the evidence-based CampusConnect:  A Suicide Prevention Training for Gatekeepers from Syracuse University. UCC staff  train members of the WFU community (faculty, staff, . . .

    • Location: Reynolda Hall 301
    • (Lunch & Learn) Gatekeepers 2: Cross Cultural Conflict & Dialogue

    • Tuesday, March 17th, 20159:00 am - 1:00 pm
    • Please Note:  You MUST complete Gatekeepers I prior to participating to this class. “Gatekeepers II:  Cross Cultural Conflict & Dialogue” is the second workshop in the Gatekeepers Workshop Series. If you have ever had an unpleasant conflict that you wish could have . . .

    • Location: Reynolda Hall 301
    • Safe Zone Training (Faculty, Staff & Students)

    • 2 dates and times available
    • The Safe Zone program is an in-depth, interactive presentation designed to educate Wake Forest faculty, staff, and students about the LGBTQ community. Anti-LGBTQ bias and prejudice affects all members of a community, and we all have the opportunity to work against . . .

    • Location: Multiple Locations
    • Winning with People: Part 2 (Communication)

    • Wednesday, March 18th, 201510:00 am - 11:30 am
    •  In Winning with People: Part 1,  6 of John C. Maxwell's 25 Ways to Win with People are dicussed.  In Part 2, we'll explore 6 more of Maxwell's tips.  Class attendees will discuss and focus on how we can better communicate with others and how we can form strong, lasting . . .

    • Location: Reynolda Hall 301
    • Winning with People: Part 3 (Communication)

    • Tuesday, March 24th, 20152:30 pm - 4:00 pm
    •  Using some of the elements established in John C. Maxwell's 25 Ways to Win with People, class attendees will discuss and focus on how we can better communicate with others and how we can form strong, lasting relationships.  Participants may find that the root of individual . . .

    • Location: Reynolda Hall 301
    • Office of Personal & Career Development 101 (Community)

    • Wednesday, March 25th, 20151:30 pm - 2:30 pm
    •  Join members of the Office of Personal and Career Development Team as they explain the history and purpose of their office.  Additionally they will address some of the questions outlined below: -What is the mission of the OPCD? -Why is the work that you do important to students . . .

    • Location: Reynolda Hall 301
    • PDC Book Discussion: Quiet (Communication)

    • Tuesday, April 7th, 20152:00 pm - 3:00 pm
    •  Join us for a small group discussion of Susan Cain's Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking.  Cain combines research with personal experiences to outline our country's perceived preference for extroverted behavior.  The book also explores the true . . .

    • Location: Reynolda Hall 301
    • Residence Life & Housing 101 (Community)

    • Thursday, April 9th, 20159:30 am - 10:30 am
    •  Join members of the Residence Life and Housing team as they offer an introduction to their work and the impact of having a residential campus.  Additionally, RL&H leaders may explore the following topics: -What is the mission of RL&H? -Why is the work that you do important to . . .

    • Location: Reynolda Hall 301