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Facilities Planning & Delivery Professional Expertise

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Below are professional resources you can explore and connect with your supervisor/peers on.

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To add to this list of resources, please contact Kayla Ruplinger

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Custodial Safety Orientation

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This safety training is built into the employees first week of training.

Included in this training:

  1. Walking and Working Surfaces
  2. Ergonomics
  3. Asbestos Awareness
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This safety training is built into the employees first week of training.

Understanding Hostile & Intimidating Behavior Policy & Process for FP&M Supervisors

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This workshop is designed to help FP&M supervisors understand what hostile and intimidating behavior is and how to engage university resources to resolve issues. In a two-hour, case-based workshop, participants will work through scenarios to identify when HIB is occurring (and when it isn’t) and understand what the role of a supervisor is when they hear about, witness, or experience incidents related to one or more of these behaviors.

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All FP&M Supervisors

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Please contact Kayla Ruplinger or Alicia Meyer for upcoming dates.

WiGrow Training for Supervisors of Student Employees

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What is WiGROW?

WiGROW is an engagement initiative designed to support the learning of student-employees. Supervisors and student-employees have intentional, reflective conversations with one another, providing students an opportunity to consider connections between their on-campus employment, career goals, and college experience.

WiGROW conversations are sensitive to employment context and individual student, varying in setting and style. Some conversations occur one-to-one after stepping aside from daily operations, while others take place as the student and supervisor continuing to work on tasks. Other conversations are facilitated at dedicated times in small groups. All WiGROW interactions are neutral and non-evaluative, creating a space for students to reflect on their learning in the workplace as it relates to their college experience and goals for their career.

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Job Hazard Analysis Competent Person

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Managers Supporting Employee Career Development (resource)

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You can support career management by coaching employees and creating a plan to achieve career-related goals. Consider your employees’ individual skills, strengths, and professional goals, and align them with UW–Madison strategic plans.

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UW Madison Campus-Wide New Employee Orientation

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Welcome to UW-Madison! Join us to learn about UW-Madison history, tradition, and organizational structure. You will have an opportunity to:
• Connect with other new employees
• Learn about the history and structure of UW-Madison
• Explore who makes up the campus community
• Discover available tools and resources for employees
• And have fun along the way!

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https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=new+employee+orientation

Bystander Intervention: Stepping in with Care and Confidence

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Have you ever witnessed something that left you uneasy or concerned for another person at work, but you didn’t know how to step in and improve the situation — so you did nothing? You are not alone. It is common to feel unsure of what to do when we witness behavior that concerns us.

This interactive workshop will introduce you to important intervention skills for building healthy, inclusive and engaging workplaces. You will have the opportunity to practice multiple intervention options in real-life scenarios, and will leave equipped with options to interrupt and improve concerning workplace situations when they arise.

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Why Should You Attend?

    • Learn skills that build your confidence and increase motivation to identify, intervene and interrupt behaviors that negatively impact the workplace.

 

    • Examine various options for effectively intervening and improving negative situations through the 4D’s of Stepping In framework.

 

    • Develop your ability to assess a situation and confidently select an effective intervention option for the situation.

 

  • Practice bystander interventions and skills to use in your workplace, including what to say.
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https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=bystander+intervention

Modes of Conflict Management

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This module will help you understand, manage, and resolve interpersonal conflicts and tensions. As a result of this module, you will:

• Identify how people tend to respond to conflict situations and describe the characteristics of interpersonal conflict
• Demonstrate techniques for handling anger and negative emotions that arise in conflict situations
• Create and practice an action plan for addressing a personal conflict

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https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=Modes+of+Conflict+Management

Giving and Receiving Constructive Feedback

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This interactive workshop is designed to help participants provide quality and effective feedback. In this course, you will:

– Practice frameworks for giving and receiving feedback.
– Consider ways to handle challenging responses to feedback in order to maintain relationships.
– Create and practice an action plan for engaging in constructive feedback conversations.

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https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=Giving+and+Receiving+Constructive+Feedback

One-on-One Communication – Beyond the Basics

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This module presents concepts, skills, and techniques for helping leaders communicate more effectively in one-on-one situations, both in person and virtual. As a result of this module, you will:

• Identify and overcome the barriers to effective communication.
• Reflect on your personal communication strengths and areas for growth
• Practice specific communication skills such as paraphrasing, responding to emotions, and identifying behaviors instead of attributes

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https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=face-to-face

Active Listening to Support Effective Communication

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Understanding the perspectives of others, building meaning, and creating human connections all stem from listening. Without strategies for active listening, how do you know if you are hearing your supervisor or coworker’s intended message? What information are you missing out on? In this course, dive deep into your patterns of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors to identify internal roadblocks to communication. Learn strategies to connect with others and stay in dialogue. This is a virtual course. You will receive a link 24 hours before the course in your email.

Why should you attend?

  • Reflect on: The communication process and what gets in the way
  • Practice: Listening strategies to support greater understanding
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https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=Active+Listening+to+Support+Effective+Communication

Coaching and Developing Others

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Coaching is an indispensable and underutilized tool. This module will help you get clear on what exactly coaching is, as well as appropriate (and inappropriate) times to use this tool. You will improve skills needed to coach others, whether that is peer to peer, supervisor to supervisee, or with family and friends. We will spend the first half on content and the second half practicing. As a result of this module, you will:

• Define and compare coaching, mentoring, and counseling
• Learn the why, who, what and how of coaching
• Understand the components of a good coaching question
• Practice coaching another participant

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https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=coaching+and+developing

Understanding and Leading Change

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The only thing constant is change. No matter what your role on your team, you can proactively influence for positive during times of change. This module will help you with the awareness, skills, and tools to effectively lead a group or team through change. As a result of this module, you will:

• Understand the key characteristics of each type of change
• Describe and identify the phases of transition in change
• Determine the mindsets of people in change and how to address each
• Follow the steps of a planned change model
• Practice applying change management concepts.

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https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=Understanding+and+Leading+Change

Effective Communication in a Multicultural Workplace

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An interactive workshop to discuss and practice effective communication strategies for English speakers working with those who speak different first languages. Participants will received a “toolbox” of tips for communication and a list of resources.

Learning Objectives: Participants will understand and be able to use a variety of self-assessment and communication strategies when working and interactive with others in a multicultural environments.

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Contact Cultural Linguistic Services to schedule sessions.

Perspectives (Ableism, LGBTQ+)

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We each have our own. And there is great value in pausing, checking assumptions, and looking through the lens of others. What happens when you share your story and I share mine?

Learn the value of perspective-giving and perspective-taking as strategies that drive inclusive relationships, leadership, and teams.

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https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=Perspectives

Thriving in a Time of Change

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Change is constant in our lives, and an essential element of the workplace. Navigating times of change can provoke a wide range of emotions including anxiety, excitement, and confusion. This course provides you with tools to understand the types and characteristics of change. You will also examine change management strategies, and develop a personal action plan to meaningfully navigate your situation of change. This is a virtual course. You will receive a link 24 hours before the course in your email.

Why should you attend?

  • Answer: What are the different types of change?
  • Reflect on: How does change affect me?
  • Identify strategies to manage yourself through change
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https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=Thriving+in+a+Time+of+Change

Effective and Engaging Meetings

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Meeting fatigue is real. Ineffective and unnecessary meetings are not only frustrating, they can lead to overall disengagement. In this course we focus on not only how to make meetings more engaging, but also how to make them more inclusive. Whether you are setting up your own meetings, running meetings for someone else, or a meeting participant, there are actions that you can take to make meetings better.

In this course, we will cover:

• when to have a meeting (and when not to)
• components of effective and inclusive meetings
• creating engagement
• dealing with difficult participants

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https://hr.wisc.edu/professional-development/courses/?q=effective+and+eng
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