Taking Charge: Being Intentional with Your Professional Development and Legacy

Thursday, November 02 | 4:30PM–5:20PM ET | Meeting Room 202A/B, 200 Level
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
Intentional peer mentoring can be an invaluable tool for professional development that extends beyond intensive training programs. The Frye class of 2006 discovered this in self-conducting a survey and holding a summit. Come discuss ways to organize your own peer group and reflect on leaving a legacy beyond your career.

Outcomes: Discuss the importance of peer networks for your professional development * Find strategies for leaving your legacy beyond your career *Learn how a summit came together and how you can replicate it

Presenters

  • Diane Butler

  • Dave Greenfield

    Director, Student Technologies, Illinois State University
  • Janet Scannell

    Chief Technology Officer, Carleton College
  • Jenn Stringer

    Associate Vice Chancellor for IT & CIO, University of California, Berkeley

Resources & Downloads

  • ProfessionalDevelopmentSlides

    3 MB, pdf - Updated on 11/3/2017