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2022 January Monthly Meeting Agenda

WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY

The Administrative Professional Advisory Council will meet Thursday, January 13, 2022 at 9:00am via Zoom.

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JANUARY 2022 AGENDA

  1. 9:00am – Call to order
    1. Council Member Attendance:
  2. Welcome & Introduction of the APAC Council
    1. HRS Ex-Officio member and HR Consultant, Melissa Pond
  3. Human Resource Services Update

    1. Long-term Care Insurance Update with HR Director, Ann Monroe
    2. Washington Labor and Industries salary threshold discussion with HR Compensation Manager, Melissa DiNoto
  4. 9:35am Chair’s Report – Anna McLeod
  5. Committee Updates (1-2 highlights)
    1. Budget Report
    2. Diversity Equity & Inclusion Report (PDF)
    3. Election & Bylaw Report
    4. Events Committee Report
    5. Marketing & Communications Report
    6. Professional Development Report
    7. Strategic Planning Committee Report (PDF)
  6. Constituent Concerns
  7. 9:45am – Professional Development Workshop: Giving & Receiving Feedback (PDF)
    1. Join us in welcoming University Recreation speaker: Arturo Gavilanes, Challenge Program Coordinator
    2. Giving and receiving feedback is tough. In this workshop we’ll explore how to be efficient with feedback.
  8. Adjournment:

2021 December Monthly Meeting Agenda

WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY

The Administrative Professional Advisory Council will meet Thursday, December 9th, 2021, 9:00am via Zoom.

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As an alternative you may participate in the APAC Meeting via the YouTube Live Stream, once the the APAC Zoom link reaches participant capacity.

DECEMBER 2021 AGENDA

  1. Call to order: 9:00am
    1. Attendance: Anna McLeod, Brady Aldrich, Brandon Fris, Heather Cova, Jacqueline Southwick, Jenny Glass, Joanne Greene, Kasi Balmforth, Paul Wilmoth, Robbie Dudley, Spencer Desmarais, Stephanie Rink, Sue Gilchrist, Tony Burt.
  2. Welcome & Introduction of the APAC Council
  3. Chair’s Report – Anna McLeod
  4. Constituent Concerns
  5. Committee Updates (1-2 highlights)
    1. Budget Report
    2. Diversity Equity & Inclusion Report
    3. Election & Bylaw Report
    4. Events Committee Report
    5. Marketing & Communications Report
    6. Professional Development Report
  6. 9:30am Put the Jolly in Your Holidays: Well-being Tips & Tricks Workshop – University Recreation Presentation 
    1. Join us in welcoming University Recreation speakers: Joseph Martin, Ramon Sodano, and Jessica Whitt
    2.  It’s that time of year: We spend the holiday season with family and friends and eat delicious meals together. But sometimes, ther may be more discomfort and “oh boy!” moments than comfort and joy. In this presentation, we will discuss how to navigate the stresses and guilt of our festivities and celebrate with mindful eating, travel exercises, and self-care.
  7. Adjournment: 10:00am

2021 November Monthly Meeting Agenda

WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY

The Administrative Professional Advisory Council will meet Wednesday, November 10th, 2021, 9:00am via Zoom.

Join the APAC Zoom Meeting

As an alternative you may participate in the APAC Meeting via the YouTube Live Stream, once the the APAC Zoom link reaches participant capacity.

November 10, 2021 AGENDA

  1. Call to order
    1. Attendance: Anna McLeod, Brandon Fris, Daniel Saud, Heather Cova, Jenny Glass, Joanne Greene, Karen Fischer, Karla Ealy-Marroquin, Kasi Balmforth, Margaret Singbeil, Paul Wilmoth, Spencer Desmarais, Tom Sanford, Tony Burt, Brady Aldrich.
  2. Welcome & Introduction of the APAC Council
  3. HRS – Open Enrollment Information
    1. Please see the Open Enrollment Overview Document presented during the APAC meeting.
  4. APAC Presentation with Allen Sutton — Building a Community of Respect
    1. This presentation will highlight WSU’s commitment to ensuring a safe and welcoming living-learning-working environment for every member of the Coug community by introducing participants to the 6 Pillars of Respect. Each pillar represents a behavior or action that will help participants become catalysts in creating an environment that honors differences, where interactions are thoughtful, and the humanity of everyone is seen.
    2. Community Equity Certificate Information for Faculty & Staff
    3. 12 Cognitive biases video
    4. 30 Tips for creating a community of respect
    5. Community of Respect Pledge
  5. Chair’s Report  
  6. Open Discussion
    1. Comment on increased involvement and considerations for access on how to improve the AP environment.
    2. Access to the Washington State University Impact, a Civic Advocacy Network as it pertains to statewide rules and regulations.
  7. Committee Updates
    1. Budget Report — Kasi Balmforth
    2. Diversity Equity & Inclusion Report — Daniel Saud
    3. Election & Bylaw Report — Roxanne Holden
    4. Events Committee Report — Angie Senter
    5. Marketing & Communications Report — Anna McLeod
    6. Professional Development Report — Joanne Greene
    7. Strategic Planning Report — Heather Cova
  8. Adjournment