ELE live learning experience: ‘Professionalism: What it is and is Not’ Feb. 16

The HR Employee Learning and Engagement team invites you to engage in a live virtual learning experience designed exclusively for the Vanderbilt community and led by the ELE team. 

Wednesday, Feb. 16, 1–2 p.m., Professionalism: What it is and is Not (2)

Description: We hear it said frequently: “That’s so unprofessional.” But what, exactly, is professionalism? Is it the way we dress, talk or behave? Or is it about one’s approach to work?

This workshop is designed to challenge conventional ideas and make the distinction between what professionalism is and what it is not. If you’re ready to show up for work with a clearly defined take on professionalism, don’t miss this learning opportunity.

Facilitator: TaShunda Franklin

Our participation levels will guide you in selecting learning opportunities that are a good fit for you, your schedule and your energy. We want you to have the opportunity to participate in the way that is most meaningful, valuable and growth-focused yet comfortable for you. You can learn more about participation levels and where each workshop fits on our website; levels are indicated by 1 (Consume and Consider), 2 (Comment and Connect) or 3 (Collaborate and Create).

The ELE team also has selected self-paced resources on a variety of relevant topics, including career growth, communication, leadership, mentorship and teamwork.

To register for any learning experience, please visit our website or search for “ELE” on SkyVU/Oracle under Learning. Please note that ELE workshops are offered at no cost to all VU employees.