Organizational Development

Check out the new PDD mobile schedule

The Professional Development Days Schedule has gone mobile!

We encourage you to download the mobile guide to make the most of Professional Development Days. You’ll be able to plan the week of PDD with a personalized schedule.

The app is compatible with iPhones, iPads, iPod Touches and Android devices. Windows Phone 7 and Blackberry users can access the same information via our mobile site.

To get the guide, choose one of these:

  • Download Guidebook from the Apple App Store or the Android Marketplace
  • Or, visit http://guidebook.com/g/PDD from your phone’s browser
  • Scan this QR code with your mobile phone (QR-Code reader required, like Red Laser or Barcode Scanner)

Scan this to download the PDD Guidebook

Once you’ve downloaded the app, download the PDD Guidebook:

  1. From the Guidebook application, tap Download Guides
  2. then Redeem Code.
  3. Enter the code z4cyxhkg and the guide will download to your device.

Questions? Email Keith Krieger at kkrieger@jccc.edu, or check out the FAQ


 

You can also view the guide on a desktop computer at: http://guidebook.com/guide/40535

You’ll find the mobile app to have more functions such as star ratings, personalized scheduling, and easy photo uploads. Please note that the desktop version of the guide works best in Firefox and Chrome.

–Organizational and Staff Development Professional Development Days Team

Wellness on a Shoestring seats available

The next series of Wellness on a Shoestring begins June 3.  There are  a limited number of seats available for the workshop.  We have already had 50 JCCC employees complete the workshop.

This 8 week program will include:

  • Wellness on a Shoestring Overview
  • Rest, Reflect, and Rejuvenate
  • Breathe Deeply
  • Move Your Body
  • Free Your Space
  • Go for the Greens
  • Eat from the Sea
  • Enjoy the Sun
  • Drink to Your Health

The program consists of 8 modules scheduled from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. in RC175 on:

June 3, 10, 17, 24

July 8, 15, 22, 29

Please register for this class with CRN 34221. Contact Elaine Sinn at 7654 if you need assistance with registration.

Wellness on a Shoetring Offered this Summer!!!

Interested in improving or learning more about Wellness? If so, sign up for Wellness on a Shoestring (WOAS)!!! . WOAS is comprised of eight, one hour sessions. Since each session builds upon the previous one, our hope/the plan is for you to attend all eight sessions. This is the third cohort we have scheduled and feedback provided by the participants in the first two cohorts has been extremely positive!! Session Titles, dates/times, and locations are listed below:

Module 1: Wellness on a Shoestring Overview
Date: June 3
Time: (12:00 p.m.- 1:00 p.m.)
Location: RC 175

Module 2: Rest, Reflect and Rejuvenate
Date: June 10
Time: (12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.)
Location: RC 175

Module 3: Breathe Deeply
Date: June 17
Time: (12:00 p.m. -1:00 p.m.)
Location: RC 175

Module 4: Move Your Body
Date: June 24
Time: (12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m.)
Location: RC 175

Module 5: Free Your Space
Date: July 8
Time: (12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m.)
Location: RC 175

Module 6: Go for the Greens
Date: July 15
Time: (12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.)
Location: RC 181

Module 7: Eat from the Sea
Date: July 22
Time: (12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.0
Location: RC 175

Module 8: Closing Session
Date: July 29
Time: (12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.)
Location: RC 183

Enrollment Instructions:

1.) Go to MyJCCC
2.) Click MyView
3.) Click Add/Drop Classes
4.) Select the Term Staff Dev 2014-2015
5.) Enter CRN: 34221

If you have questions or comments please contact staffdev.dept@jccc.edu or contact Debbie Eisenhower, staff development coordinator, debbie3@jccc.edu; or Tom Grady, faculty development coordinator, tgrady@jccc.edu

JCCC Corporate Challenge T-shirts are ready

The JCCC Corporate Challenge starts soon and we have official JCCC Corporate Challenge tshirts. Designed by Randy Breeden, Sr. Graphic Designer at JCCC, they’re available for sale online to everyone at JCCC. They’re just in time for the first Corporate Challenge events in the first week of April.

Use this link to buy yours. Please keep in mind these are men’s sizes only:
https://secure.touchnet.com/C20110_us…/…/product_detail.jsp…

The shirts are in competition gray, with the JCCC logo on the front. Get a shirt and join the kickoff on April 24th at Arrowhead.

Getting your New Year’s Resolutions Back on Track

St. Luke’s EAP Lifewise asks, How’s that resolution going?

Three months in – How are your New Year’s Resolutions going now?

  • If you made new Year’s Resolutions, good for you!
  • If you haven’t kept them, it’s not too late to re-group and start again!

To learn how to tweak your resolutions and get back on track, click here. Use user name: JCCC and password: EAP.

Are you In The Zone?

No, I’m not talking about the Twilight Zone. I’m referring to the Target Heart Zone. How can we make sure we are not overtraining or undertraining? Simple, we can measure the intensity of our workouts through the use of Target Heart Zone training. To begin, first figure out your resting heart rate.

Your resting heart rate is the number of times your heart beats per minute while it’s at rest. You can check it in the morning after you’ve had a good night’s sleep and before you get out of bed. According to the National Institute of Health, the average resting heart rate for children 10 years and older, and adults (including seniors) is 60 – 100 beats per minute. Well-trained athletes is 40 – 60 beats per minute.

Now you’re ready to determine your target training heart rate. As you exercise, periodically:
• Take your pulse on the inside of your wrist, on the thumb side.
• Use the tips of your first two fingers (not your thumb) to press lightly over the blood vessels on your wrist.
• Count your pulse for 10 seconds and multiply by 6 to find your beats per minute. You want to stay between 50 percent to 85 percent of your maximum heart rate. This range is your target heart rate.

Know Your Numbers:

Age Target HR Zone 50-85% Average Maximum Heart Rate, 100%
20 years 100-170 beats per minute 200 beats per minute
30 years 95-162 beats per minute 190 beats per minute
35 years 93-157 beats per minute 185 beats per minute
40 years 90-153 beats per minute 180 beats per minute
45 years 88-149 beats per minute 175 beats per minute
50 years 85-145 beats per minute 170 beats per minute
55 years 83-140 beats per minute 165 beats per minute
60 years 80-136 beats per minute 160 beats per minute
65 years 78-132 beats per minute 155 beats per minute
70 years 75-128 beats per minute 150 beats per minute

Exercise machines and Wearing Heart Monitors will provide you with these numbers as well.

So What’s in a Number?

If your heart rate is too high, you’re straining. So slow down. If it’s too low, and the intensity feels “light” or “moderate/brisk,” you may want to push yourself to exercise a little harder.

During the first few weeks of working out, aim for the lower ranger of your target zone (50 percent) and gradually build up to the higher range (85 percent). After six months or more, you may be able to exercise comfortably at up to 85 percent of your maximum heart rate.

“It’s not an absolute, but it’s a good tool to have,” says Fletcher, who is also an American Heart Association volunteer. “And if you don’t know it, remember, if you’re not able to carry on a conversation (while exercising), that may be a bit too much.”

So, the moral of the story: “Sometimes we don’t necessarily need to train harder, we need to train smarter”. – Tom Grady

NOTE: If you have a heart condition, talk to a healthcare professional about what exercises you can engage in, what your target heart rate should be and whether you need to be monitored during physical activity.

Source: www.heart.org

(American Heart Association)

Seats Remain for Wellness on a Shoestring Series

Seats Remain for Wellness on a Shoestring Series that Begins February 4 and February 5, 2015. The attachment above lists the module titles. You will leave the program with an individual wellness plan.
Select either the Wednesday, noon to 1 p.m. series (CRN 34194) or Thursday, 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. series (CRN 34195). Can’t make one of your days a particular week? Switch that week to the other day’s session.
The eight week, one hour per week series introduces participants to concepts that are all integral pieces of a wellness lifestyle that supports vibrant health for human beings. Participants are encouraged to take small steps; practice the concepts in whichever order and to the degree that suits them best. This program was developed by Dr. Michelle Robin, chief wellness officer and founder of Your Wellness Connection. Dr. Robin was the August, 2014, all staff meeting keynote speaker. Certified facilitators Tom Clayton, Ruth Dey, Debbie Eisenhower, Tom Grady, Del Lovitt and Karen Martley will lead you through the concepts.
Click here for dates, times, locations for all sessions. Place ZWEL in the search box. Then Click here for enrollment instructions. Enrollment is required by end of day January 30, 2015.
Questions about the modules may be directed to any of the facilitators. Enrollment questions may be directed to Debbie Eisenhower, debbie3@jccc.edu or Tom Grady, tgrady@jccc.edu.

Brain Book Group meets Feb. 3 to discuss ‘The Tell-Tale Brain’; register now

The Brain Book Discussion Group will be meeting from noon to 12:55 p.m. Tuesdays to discuss a New York Times bestseller, “The Tell-Tale Brain,” by V.S. Ramachandran, who is a leading neuroscience researcher.
The book has been described as a profoundly intriguing and compelling guide to the intricacies of the human brain. Register through staff development using CRN 34182.
The first meeting will be Tuesday, Feb. 3. Books are available, after registering, from the staff development office in GEB 261. Questions? Contact Charis Sawyer at ext. 3748 or Marilyn Shopper at ext. 3387.

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