Posted by: ccenys4h | May 16, 2012

Change Burnout and Stress to Job Satisfaction: Taking Charge of YOU! Webinar pre-work and connection details


On the heels of Valerie Adams having shared that illuminating Extension article, comes this webinar.

It’s late, but do register if you’re interested! Some reading ahead of time…

Please forgive cross postings if this has already come through.




May 15, 2012

Dear Colleagues,

Thanks for registering for the Change Burnout and Stress to Job Satisfaction: Taking Charge of YOU! on Friday, May 18th from 10 – 11:30 am. We have over 50 registered from New York and New Jersey! We are truly looking forward to our guest presenter, Ginny Powell, State 4-H Program Leader for Rutgers Extension and long time student and teacher of balancing life and work. If you have registered for a group, please forward the resources to review and remind those not yet registered to do so individually here <> to help us with tracking attendance and communication. If you were interested yet unavailable, you are welcome to join us if your schedule becomes free (yeah, right) or please enjoy the resources at least.

To connect to the Taking Charge of YOU! webinar on the 18th:

Webinar URL: <>

Conference Number: 1-877-366-0711

Participant Code: 26301123#

Before the webinar, please review, print and complete the attached Charting Your Day handout.
Also skim the following articles:
• Bradley, L., Driscoll, E., Bardon, R., “Removing the Tension from Extension.”
• Karen Ensle, “Burnout: How Does Extension Balance Job and Family?”
• Kathleen Riggs, K., Beus, K. “Job Satisfaction in Extension,”

Remember to grab a cup of tea or an equally refreshing drink, turn your email off and join us with full focus on Friday morning. Your active participation is required.
Ginny and I look forward to meeting with you on Friday the 18th.

Kind regards!

Kimberly Fleming
Professional Development Specialist
Cornell Cooperative Extension
386 Roberts Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853
607-255-6506 office
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