Challenges in the workplace occur on a regular basis.  Professionals need to be able to meet the challenges and develop strategies for resolving the challenges in ways that do not distract from the mission of the college.  This group is for professionals who aspire to discuss and master the competencies necessary for exemplary performance and top customer service in a dynamic, rapidly changing higher education landscape.  Group members share best practices, ideas, thoughts, reflections, and resources to help colleagues across the globe improve performance. 


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Stress | New blog by Mark Muhsman

I have found that when I get stressed out at work I need to stop and ask for help if I need it. I also have found that spending time with my family and animals helps me out.

Challenges | New blog by Mark Muhsman

I have found that if I lead by doing and helping out my employees then the team seems to follow and we all work better together.

How to Combat Stress | New blog by Chealsea Perry

The best way to combat stress is to focus on the things you can control and to put aside the things you can't control. Stress and anxiety that come about in certain situations in life are a result of...

Stress | New blog by Celia Escudero

Work in a postive way

stress | New blog by Todd Steele

sometimes i work better under stress. that is derived from being in the military in combat zones.

Bosses | New blog by Todd Steele

Bosses can be fun to work with but also sometime not so much.

Challenges | New blog by Todd Steele

Some of our biggest challenges as instructors is deraling with new students each semester. Every student has their own personality and handling those personalities can be a huge challenge.

Handling Stress | New blog by Andrew Yamamoto

It's interesting to learn that there is positive and negative stress. It feels like stress is more frequently portrayed as a negative stress, but assuring to know that stress can be both positive and ...

Assesment | New blog by Steven Sturgeon

very nice

Stress | New blog by Christine Owino

Positive stress enables one to strive and succeed. Negative stress leads to diseases and poor performance.