Born at Google and based on neuroscience, the SIY program teaches emotional intelligence skills that lead to sustained peak performance, strong collaboration and effective leadership. SIY increases self-awareness, empathy, communication and resilience. All of these help create positive emotional and mental states for a strong and inspiring leadership presence.
The program includes sessions on mindfulness (the science of being present), self-awareness (understanding your thoughts, emotions and habits), self-management (skillfully managing your impulses and reactions), motivation (aligning your values and work), empathy (understanding others’ feelings and experiences) and leadership (influencing with compassion).
Sponsored by University of Redlands Staff and Administrator Assembly (URSAA) and co-hosted by the Alliance for Community, Transformation and Wellness (ACTW), this free 2-day Search Inside Yourself training will be offered on the University of Redlands main campus on Saturday, February 16 and Sunday, February 17, 2019 from 8:30am – 5:00pm. Valued at $1250.00, the 2-day training will be offered at no charge to URSAA members but attendees must commit to attend both days. Only 30 spots are available. Deadline to RSVP is 2/8.
These are photos from the University of Redlands 2018 Holiday Luncheon
Announcing the winners of the Fall 2018 URSAA Easy Parking Program
The University of Redlands Staff and Administrators Assembly (URSAA) Executive Board and the Personnel Committee are pleased to announce the winners of the reserved parking spaces offered on the Redlands campus as part of the URSAA Easy Parking Program. The winners were selected from a list of staff and administrators who submitted an URSAA Easy Parking Program Eligibility Form. Each winner has received their own reserved parking space near the building in which they work.
We are happy to share that our three winners this semester are Elisabeth Chavez Amezola, student financial analyst in the Office of Business & Finance; Sonia Gomez, philanthropic advisor in the Development Office; and Yvonne Zaragoza, project specialist in the CAS Dean’s Office. These three employees have given their time and talents to their daily work on campus as well as through service to the University.
We have attached photos of our winners next to their new reserved parking spaces. They will have access to these spaces through December 2018. Please join us in congratulating Elisabeth, Sonia, and Yvonne.
You could be one of next semester’s winners! Be sure to keep an eye out for a Bulldog Bulletin from URSAA in December 2018 with instructions on how to submit your entry for the spring 2019 drawing.