For several decades, researchers and experts have illustrated that ‘connection’ matters. In the healthiest of cultures, employees who feel connected perform like stars, students who feel connected not only stay involved and invested, but also give their best effort, faculty who feel connected align their behaviors with organizational goals, and leaders who feel connected help improve the quality of decision making and problem solving by leveraging communication, cooperation, and collaboration.
How connected is your institution?
Neuroscientists can showcase the strength of connection with neurotransmitters like oxytocin. Learning and behavioral scientists can correlate the importance of connection through cognition’s cousins -affection and conation. Education technologists can measure the power of connection through the network effect.
How easily can you see and measure connection at your institution?
Please join us on Thursday, February 20th at 2:00PM ET as Campus (a modern, hyper-connected portal and mobile solution – https://campus.app), hosts this webinar dedicated to connection. Hear how Bret Ingerman, VP for Information Technology at Tallahassee Community College, Warren Nevins, Director of Information Technology at Rutgers Division of Continuing Studies, and Mark Leary, Director of Academic Technology at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, are changing their culture of connection from the ground up, weaving together infrastructure solutions that enable and empower effective operational behaviors.
Participants will be able to ask questions and engage in the discussion – we want to hear from you too!
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