Rob Johnstone, a national researcher on the guided pathways movement, was on campus Monday, Feb. 5. His keynote and small group sessions with faculty and staff were well-attended. Surveys to participants for their feedback on the sessions will go out later this week. Here’s a copy of the guided pathways implementation graphic Rob shared during the presentation and breakout sessions from the American Association of Community Colleges.
On Friday, Feb. 9, the current cohort has its seminar and we’ll hear firsthand from students about their experiences at Lane. The session also features an overview of the results of the Employee Experience Survey by Sarah Lushia, chair of the Diversity Council. All Lane employees were invited to participate in the survey to provide their feedback on their experiences at Lane.
Upcoming sessions include topics of: governance and Lane’s history; library resources, facilities and sustainable practices and leading through change.
Please contact me if you haven’t filled out a survey about your Aspiring Leaders experience and would like to participate: firstname.lastname@example.org. (I’ll send you a copy of the link and you can respond anonymously.)
The challenge this week: what kind of trainings would you like to see on campus? Let me know. Email: email@example.com.