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Professional development tips and resources from #CUStayConnected newsletter


The Office of Human Resources continues updating its weekly newsletter #CUStayConnected, which provides training, professional development, outreach and engagement resources for faculty and staff.

Debuting in April and inspired by the #CUStayConnected campaign created to bring Clemson students together, the newsletter is updated on a weekly basis every Monday at (http://media.clemson.edu/humanres/CUStayConnected.pdf). It is also shared through the Our Clemson Twitter account (@OurClemson). To receive the newsletter in your inbox, send a request to Human Resources at amstric@clemson.edu.

Here are some of the professional development and engagement resources shared from the latest issues of #CUStayConnected:


Clemson Alumni conversation with Dr. Kendra Stewart-Tillman, Executive Director of the Harvey and Lucinda Gantt Multicultural Center

Pandemic provides Posttraumatic Growth (Harvard Business Review)

Learn more about collaboration tool Microsoft Teams

CU Equity, Inclusion and COVID-19 Series

Professional Development –

How emotional intelligence might improve your work (Psychology Today)

Managing Work Interruptions (Harvard Business Review)

How great leaders inspire action (TED Talk)

Tips for managing socially distanced conflict (Psychology Today)


How to make no-sew homemade face masks

Tips for a safe 2020 summer (Yale News)

COVID-19 travel advice

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