Love Languages in the Workplace: Opening Up the Relational Side of Your Professional Opportunities
Registrations due Friday, February 13th by 5 PM.
Quality, Service, Affirmation, Touch and Gifts…all aspects of a workplace through lenses of being a professional, a part of a team or through the clients you serve. But have you ever thought of them as your language of love? Adapted from Chapman’s “The 5 Love Languages,” Ms. Speer will engage you in conversation and research about how “love” impacts every aspect of the professional workplace. Prepare yourself to fall in love all over again!
Lindsey Speer is the 2014 ATHENA Young Professional Award recipient. She is the Associate Director of Admissions and Orientation where she is charged with introducing and acclimating new people to both the Ball State and Muncie communities. Each summer, Lindsey plans and implements two-day student and family orientation programs, reaching 9,000 people over a 6-week period. She also hires and trains 25 student leaders, three student coordinators, and two graduate students yearly. She is active in several professional associations in her field as well as such local, community-based organizations as Indiana Junior Miss, United Way of Delaware County, and Muncie Community Clean-up. Lindsey holds a Master’s degree from Ball State University and an undergraduate degree from Edgewood College in Madison, WI. Although a native of Wisconsin – a proud cheesehead and a die-hard Packers fan – Lindsey has been an active and engaged member of the Muncie community for ten years.
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Thank you to our February Booth Sponsor: Muncie YWCA