New Employee Orientation Workshops

To register for any of these workshops, please follow the link provided in the workshop description.

Human Resources Development
Workshop Descriptions Date Time Location

NECC New Employee Orientation

In this module the President will discuss the Mission and Vision of the College. We will also look at the NECC values and how they are integrated with the management tools used at NECC such as Strengths, and Appreciative Inquiry. In addition we will learn about the NECC organization structure, governance and other committees, website, professional development opportunities and leadership academies.  To register, please click here.
9/21/2016 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM L154

Strengths 101

Strengths Quest (SQ) is an approach to organizational, employee and student development that capitalizes and builds on individual strengths. By understanding our talents and applying knowledge and skill we are able to discover and work from our strengths. This can lead to great satisfaction in our work, our leadership and our relationships with colleagues. An electronic survey must be taken prior to attendance at one of the SQ workshops. If you are in need of an SQ access code or other assistance, please contact Pamela Medina To register, please click here.
9/28/2016 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM L154

Behavioral Workstyles (DiSC)

Using the DiSC Classic 2.0 behavioral style assessment, this workshop will lead to an understanding and appreciation of a diversity of work behavioral styles. We will learn how to recognize behavioral styles in others and will work to develop knowledge and skill in behavioral flexibility to maximize individual and organizational effectiveness. To register, please click here.

10/5/2016 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM LH314

Accessibility and Inclusion at NECC

This workshop will focus on the college’s legal obligation to provide equal access for individuals who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing or have a disability, and how we can all promote physical, communication and attitudinal access at NECC! Staff from our Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services and Learning Accommodations Center will present on Deaf culture and disability etiquette, and offer an overview of their services and applicable laws. Come learn how you can contribute to a campus culture of accessibility! Facilitators: Susan Martin,  Deb McKinney and Dena Riccio-Enis. To register, please click here.
10/13/2016 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM L154

Embracing Culture

This program will take you on a trip through your cultural identity and how you use it to relate to the world. We will explore the relationship between cultural awareness and organizational culture, when connected we can create a culturally inclusive and dynamic campus. To register, please click here.

10/19/16 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM L154

Clery Act, Bystander & Title IX

Each of us plays a role in increasing safety at NECC.  In order to take steps to a truly safe and comfortable environment, it is essential that we first acknowledge our role as bystanders and learn to become empowered advocates. Although there’s no prescribed way to completely eliminate something from happening, there are tactics that may be helpful in reducing risk on campus.  This training will assist in the development of a practical approach to intervention and help to answer questions regarding reporting incidents during and after they have occurred. Lastly, it will empower you to advocate and intervene confidently, ultimately assisting in creating a safe NECC community. To register, please click here.


8:30 AM to 12:00 PM


To register for any of these workshops, please follow the link provided in the workshop description.