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2020 ASU CSW/SC Professional Development Conference sneak peek

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The 13th annual ASU Commission on the Status of Women/Staff Council Professional Development Conference will be an all-online event with an extensive list of workshop offerings, including a special keynote address by Mary Busch on “Leading in the New Normal.”

You’ll find some old favorites and new sessions designed to help you navigate and succeed in our new normal environment. This conference — the largest university-provided development conference in the nation — is free and open to all ASU faculty, staff and students.

ASU CSW/SC Professional Development Conference
Wednesday, October 21, 2020–Thursday, October 22, 2020
Register to attend as many sessions as you’d like

Some of the many offerings in this year’s conference include:

  • Staying motivated and positive in times of uncertainty
  • Chipping away: Leveraging online options to stack up your skill-building
  • Communicating with diverse audiences
  • Tackling microaggressions and implicit bias in 2020
  • The finer things club: How to connect with colleagues when you’re not like Jim from The Office
  • Effective decision making and taking risks
  • Embracing the professional identity of a #millenial
  • Lead by example
  • Just give yourself a break, okay?
  • The changing workplace: Human and professional skills you need now and in the future
  • Integrating inclusive practices in the workplace
  • Power and influence
  • Reflections on resilience
  • Strengthening workplace culture in the midst of change
  • Switch it up: New approaches to motivate yourself and others
  • Ugh, another meeting: Leading and managing effective meetings on Zoom
  • Power of philanthropy: Demystifying fundraising
  • Presentation skills: Speak so you are heard
  • Imposter syndrome in higher education
  • How to have that tough conversation
  • Coach instead of supervise
  • Business collaborations 101

Find information about all 2020 ASU CSW/SC Professional Development Conference sessions

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