- Chrissy Galli, Staff Development & Student Experience Specialist, University of California, Berkeley
- Jeff Heiser, Associate Director, Recreation, University of California, Davis
- Dylan Johnson, Assistant Director of Campus Life, Emory & Henry College
As we adapt to the adjustments of a physically distanced work environment, some of the key words we hear often are “fluidity, flexibility, and adaptability”. The new academic year brings challenges for supervisors, however, student staff managers must keep their tools sharp and ‘buy’ new tools to create community in a physically distanced space. This session will offer time for self-evaluation, a chance to learn about the benefits of maintaining community in a physically distanced space, and resources to sharpen or supplement your virtual supervisor “toolbox”. Attendees will leave the session with the tools to take their management style from transactional to transformational.
- Understand and articulate the importance of implementing virtual student development in the physically distanced student employment experience.
- Understand and articulate the importance of implementing virtual community-building practices in the physically distanced student employment experience.
- Identify practical tools and ideas to augment and improve their supervisor skill toolkit.
NIRSA CEUs: 1.0
- Philosophy & Theory
- Personal & Professional Qualities