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Staff Culture Connection - Session Two

Aug 17, 2022 from 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

This series, sponsored by Staff Council and supported by Dean Guzman, is facilitated by Meghan Hoover and Grace Zamora, in conjunction with USC's Office of Wellbeing and Education. Each session will be directed by Dr. Ilene Rosenstein, Associate Vice Provost for the Office of Wellbeing and Education, and Dr. Quade French, licensed clinical psychologist and consultant for the Office of Wellbeing and Education.

The objective of these sessions is to create an inclusive and psychologically safe environment for staff of all levels, in which the topics of workplace culture, wellbeing, strengths and opportunities will be discussed. The topics of the sessions will include but are not limited to: Agency and Courage, Strength in Numbers, Accountability & Ownership over personal behavior, Culture workplace norms & how to change them, and Identifying action items & empowerment to implement. Because this is an interactive environment intended to serve USC Gould staff, your opinions and input can alter the subject matter discussed in each session.

While this series is not designed to be a comprehensive training or course, your participation is encouraged and appreciated. For those who attend 4 out of the 5 sessions, a Certificate of Participation will be awarded.

If you have any questions, please contact Meghan Hoover (mhoover@law.usc.edu) and Grace Zamora (gzamora@law.usc.edu )

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