In Brief: Life Solutions Webinars for April, Faculty and Staff Development Registration

Life Solutions and TIAA Webinars for the Month of April

The Life Solutions webinar for the month of April is now available online. The Thriving Family: A Parent’s Guide to Raising Resilient Kids discusses topics including the complexities of a parent’s role, how to cultivate a nurturing and protective relationship with your children, evidence-based approaches to fostering resilience and more. This webinar will be available to access until the end of the month of April.

Life Solutions offers counseling and coaching services, 24-hour support and online services to assist University employees and their families at no cost. You can call Life Solutions at 1-866-647-3432 or visit the Human Resources website to learn about available services.

The next TIAA live webinar, Inside Money: Managing Income and Debt, will take place on April 12 at 3 p.m. During this webinar, you will discover how to help make your money work harder for you by developing good saving habits, better managing debt and using your cash flow more effectively.

You can register for these and all upcoming webinars on the Office of Human Resources’ events page.

Registration Open for Spring Faculty and Staff Development Program Workshops

Registration is still open for upcoming Faculty and Staff Development Program (FSDP) workshops this spring. If you’re contemplating participation, consider the following courses:

  • Introduction to Mindfulness
    April 19
    1 p.m.
    Gives you the opportunity to practice mindfulness techniques firsthand, as well opportunities to learn how to better cope with stress and other difficult emotions
  • Using Social Media for Career Development
    April 24
    9 a.m.
    Teaches you how to incorporate social media into your career development plans, including creating digital relationships, showcasing your skills online and building brand credibility
  • Strategies for Excellence in Written Professional Communication
    April 25
    9 a.m.
    Discuss topics relating to professional correspondence and how to address different types of correspondence between colleagues, customers, supervisors and more

Register for these and all upcoming FSDP workshops on the Faculty and Staff Development web page.