Employee Enrichment Day

Keynote speaker Michael Monroe Kiefer presents following the luncheon during the 2018 Employee Enrichment Day. The event is an annual professional development opportunity for university employees organize by University Staff and Academic Staff.

Thanks for making this year’s Employee Enrichment Day a success!

Nearly 200 UWL employees participated in the 5th annual Employee Enrichment Day on campus Wednesday, July 18.

This year’s programming opened with Professor Kate Parker and others providing updates about UWL’s Strategic Plan. Then, morning sessions focused on campus safety, personal finances, creating an inclusive environment and more. There were also networking opportunities with colleagues.

Following lunch, this year’s keynote address was Michael Monroe Kiefer on “Maintaining Positive Workplace Attitudes with People-reading Skills.” He followed up his keynote with “The Fun Factor! Using Fun and Creativity to Increase Productivity.”

Michael Monroe Kiefer was the 2018 keynote speaker. Send ideas for the 2019 Employee Enrichment Day to any member of the committee.

Thanks to all who participated!

Employee Enrichment Day, a professional development opportunity free and open to all university employees, is organized by University Staff and Academic Staff. This year’s committee included: Abbi Clauss, Tammy Haakenson, Susanne Koehler, Joshua Kraft, Brad Quarberg, Bridget Reedy, Marie Rieber, Terry Stika and Becky Yoshizumi

The committee will start planning for next year’s event this fall. Send suggestions for session topics to any member of the committee.