ERIC Number: ED371811
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1994
Strategic Staff Development Plan, Lansing Community College Personnel/Professional Development, 1993-1995.
Lansing Community Coll., MI.
The Strategic Staff Development Plan was implemented at Lansing Community College (LCC), in Michigan. This document describes the goals, implementation activities, and components of staff development at the college. An introduction indicates that the Plan represents over 300 hours of proposed training for LCC faculty, staff, and administrators and identifies the following five programs as a core curriculum for all college employees: team development; orientation to teams; team problem solving techniques; team work and self-directed work teams; and interpersonal communication, including listening skills and giving and receiving feedback. Next, the goal of staff development at LCC is briefly described as assisting employees to work collaboratively. Implementation of the Plan is reviewed, indicating that a cadre of internal trainers will be selected to identify learning opportunities and plan, design, and present future training related to college-wide reorganization. Also included is a professional development plan to be completed by all college personnel selecting workshops to be attended and indicating other training needs. The bulk of the report consists of descriptions and scheduling information for 24 workshops available to staff, including the 5 core workshops and workshops on such topics as developing job descriptions, meeting skills/facilitation, interviewing skills, time management, coping strategies, valuing diversity, leadership development skills, mentoring, delegation, and student advising. Calendars of activities for the last quarter of 1993, all of 1994, and the first half of 1995 are included. (KP)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive; Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Lansing Community Coll., MI.