With the upcoming conversion to ctcLink in October, many employees and supervisors will face monumental changes to the tools and processes used every day at Clark.
While the result will be a more user-friendly and efficient program, the path to get there will sometimes be overwhelming. To help prepare principle ctcLink users (and their supervisors) for the transformation of our legacy administrative systems, the Teaching and Learning Center is offering multiple on-campus training sessions devoted to the topic of change.
Understanding Change - Presented by Chato Hazelbaker, Clark College Chief Information and Communication Officer
Every day we face change. Whether it is our children growing up, new job responsibilities, new neighbors, or even just the closing of a favorite restaurant, we all have to deal with change. While there is a lot of talk about changes, many individuals never take the time to explore their own feelings and strategies to successfully navigate change.
Using a framework based in research, this workshop will explore the general process of change, how it happens and how we handle it, and provide some effective strategies for dealing with change on a personal level.
Leading Change - Presented by Chato Hazelbaker, Clark College Chief Information and Communication Officer
A key task for any leader is to help the organization address and ultimately flourish through transformation and change. Using the framework suggested by Chip and Dan Heath’s book “Switch” we will spend this workshop applying theory to everyday situations leaders face in helping others deal with change.
The goal of the session is to adopt new strategies to support your team in times of change and come out the other side stronger, more resilient, and confident.
On-line training - PeopleSoft Fundamentals
This course will cover the following items:
- Become familiar with the ctcLink project
- PeopleSoft pillars/modules
- PeopleSoft terms and concepts
- PeopleSoft Navigation
- Breadcrumbs, favorites and main menu
- Activating your ctcLink account
You can enroll in this course by clicking the link below https://sbctc.instructure.com/enroll/PGCB3B