Employee Enrichment Day set for July

March 7, 2014

Enrichment day artwork.

A great opportunity to network with campus colleagues

A day of informative sessions to help enhance your working experience at UW-La Crosse will be held this summer. The first “Employee Enrichment Day” will run from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday, July 29, in Cartwright Center.

The event is free and open to all employees. Chancellor Gow welcomes all employees to attend; work with supervisors to ensure office coverage. Mark your calendar now!

The day of workshops will include two keynote speakers —

- “Escape Adulthood: Living and working with less stress and more success!” by Jason Kotecki http://escapeadulthood.com/

- “Living Low GI in a High GI World: A 10 Step Glycemic Stress Management Program That Could Save Your Life!” by Carol Ebert, Certified Wellness Practitioner www.creatingwellnesscultures.com/

Informative sessions are planned to help you get ahead at work and home. Sessions include: Employee benefits you may have missed; Safety tips for work and home; Staying sustainable in today’s world; and more. Sessions will be repeated, so you may attend morning or afternoon time slots.

Employee Enrichment Day is being organized by the following: Amanda Goodenough, Tammy Haakenson, Brad Quarberg, Kathy Ring, Cynthia Taylor, Bob Wilson and Becky Yoshizumi. Funding is provided by UW-L classified and academic staff professional development grants.

Download a flier: Enrichment.