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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 11 - 15 of 15 unique titles ( a total of 18 sessions )

    • On Leadership - Part 1 (Leadership)

    • Tuesday, March 20th, 201810:30 am - 11:30 am
    • In his book On Leadership,  John W. Gardner outlines nine essential tasks of leadership.  The "On Leadership" series will explore those nine tasks, three at a time - and relate them to the work of leaders here at Wake Forest University.  Attendees will discuss and . . .

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

    • Thursday, March 29th, 20182:00 pm - 3:30 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
    • Days 1 through 90: Pivotal not Probationary (Communication)

    • Tuesday, April 10th, 20189:30 am - 11:30 am
    •  When you transition into a new job, the first 90 days can seem like anything but a "honeymoon."  Using Michael D. Watkins bestselling book The First 90 Days, this class will explore critical actions that should take place during any job transition.  Whether you recently . . .

    • Location: Reynolda Hall 301
    • Article Discussion Group: Are You Solving the Right Problems? (Leadership)

    • Wednesday, April 18th, 20182:00 pm - 3:00 pm
    •  In this discussion, we will review Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg's article, Are You Solving the Right Problems?  The group will discuss key steps that are required for reframing problems that allow for unique and innovative answers to critical . . .

    • Location: Reynolda Hall 301
    • Group Facilitation Skills: Engaging Activities (Communication)

    • Tuesday, April 24th, 20182:00 pm - 3:30 pm
    • Building off of the content introduced in the Group Facilitation Skills workshop, this class will introduce you to a series of activities that you can use when tasked with facilitating a group.  Attendees should expect a very interactive workshop as we experience activities and then debrief . . .

    • Location: Reynolda Hall 301