Note: This workshop is capped at 18 participants.
Categories: Work/Life Wellness and Organizational Development
Workshop Description: "Change is situational; Transition, on the other hand, is psychological (Bridges, 1980). Life transitions affect each of us in a different way. We often find ourselves taking on new professional and/or personal roles in which we hit the ground running without ever giving thought to, or actively engaging in, the process of transition. This presentation will help you explore the process of transition as it relates specifically to you. Frameworks and theories of transition will be discussed, and activities will help you determine where you are in the process of transition, empower you to be comfortable in that place, and provide you with tools to assist you in progressing through the final stages of transition. Whether you are experiencing a professional transition to a new role in the same department (changing "lanes"), a new role in a different department (changing "roads"), new to JMU altogether (changing "highways"), or personal transition this presentation will empower you in your transition process.
Presented by: Tisha McCoy-Ntiamoah
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