Greater Orlando Organization Development Network

workshops & conferences

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  • 07 Jan 2019 12:37 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Courses that are being offered in beginning January 7, 2019  related to the Instructional Design Certificate at Seminole State.

    EDF 2170        The Adult Learner (3 credit-hours)

                                        ONLINE            12 week (1/28/19-4/29/19)    12112

    EME 2450        Introduction to Distance Education (3 credit-hours)

                                        ONLINE            12 week (1/28/19-4/29/19)   11288

    EDF 2130         Child and Adolescent Development for Educators (3 credit-hours)

                                        ONLINE            12 week (1/28/19-4/29/19)      11279

                                        ONLINE             B Session (3/11/19-4/29/19) 11281   

    EME 2040        Introduction to Technology for Educators (3 credit-hours)

                                        ONLINE            (1/07/18-4/29/19)        11285 or 11286

    Spring Session Starts January 7.

    Enroll today!



    This fully online certificate program (15 hours) prepares students from various backgrounds and levels of technological experience with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively design, develop, facilitate, and evaluate instruction for delivery in the classroom or online.


    Individuals working in a variety of settings (K-12, higher education, corporate, healthcare, nonprofit, military, and government) will benefit from the opportunities to engage with fellow professionals on emergent topics in technology and education as they fulfill flexible project assignments that can be adapted to their relevant professional activities. 


    (Important! If you have a Bachelor’s degree, you are considered a college-credit transfer student.)

    1.                 Submit an application for admission

    a.                 Classify yourself as Degree Seeking, NOT post baccalaureate

    b.                 Choose College Credit Certificate

    2.                 Provide proof of residency

    a.                 Take your driver’s license to any student success specialist on your campus

    3.                 Request copies of your transcripts

    4.                 If you have Admissions’ questions, please contact Joe Deyne


    Required Courses            

    EME 2450             Introduction to Distance Education          3 Credits

    EME 2670             Introduction to Instructional Design        3 Credits

    Choose 3 credits from the following list:

    EME 2040             Introduction to Technology for Educators             3 Credits


    EME 2041             Introduction to Instructional Technologies           3 Credits

    Choose 3 credits from the following list:

    EDF 2130              Children and Adolescent Development for Educators     3 Credits


    EDF 2170              The Adult Learner                                      3 Credits


    EDP 2002              Introduction to Educational Psychology    3 Credits

    Choose 3 credits from the following list:

    EME 2470             Teaching and Learning in the Connected Age      3 Credits


    EME 2004        Introduction to Project Management                        3 Credits

    Total Credits:     15


    ·        SPRING courses are available via the SSC Catalog. Just make sure that you choose “SPRING 2019” as the term. Here is a link to the catalog

    ·        Here is a link to the Instructional Design Certificate webpage:

    ·        Here is a link that outlines the steps to enroll (

    ·        You may apply online at

    Spring Session Starts January 7.

    Enroll today

  • 06 Dec 2018 9:00 AM | Anonymous member

    All too frequently, compensation administration is treated haphazardly despite the fact that an equitable policy is essential to ensure the success of our overall human resources programs. When compensation systems are inadequate, it is virtually impossible to ensure that appropriate differentials are maintained between levels of jobs and that we will be effective in attracting, retaining and motivating employees to achieve the overall goals of the organization.

    This is your opportunity to review your present system or consider a new approach. Participants will actually evaluate jobs and develop a pay structure using the practical approaches taught in this four-day program.


  • 04 Dec 2018 8:35 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    High Impact Leadership

    An intensive 2-day boot camp for leaders only.
    Leaders should expect to leave with the knowledge, skills, and ability to:

    • Get more done, with better results, in less time
    • Swiftly turn conflict into opportunities
    • Develop an unobstructed perspective of situations, others, and yourself
    Click here for details (Right Click and select Open Link)

    HIGH IMPACT LEADERSHIP is limited to 20 participants.
    Our intentionally small groups allow for:

    • Optimized learning
    • Meaningful 1-1 discussions with, and strategic planning assistance from, trainers and coaches
    • Opportunities to discuss, practice, and strategize with boot camp peers
    • Developing personal, strategic, and tactical action plans for converting boot-camp learnings into greater personal and operational results

    What’s Included?

    1. REBOOT: Proven steps to power-up your energy, maintain clarity and focus, and ramp-up your productivity for greater results. Presented by Dr. Jo.
    2. The Truth About Conflict: A whole new perspective on conflict. Understand it, reduce it, resolve it, and turn it into opportunities! Presented by PERSPECTIVES US, CEO Karen Pelot.
    3. Tune-in and Thrive: Emotional Intelligence for the C-suite, presented by Harold Hill and Karen Pelot.
    4. Structured, individual strategic and tactical plans for application back in “the real world”: Coaches and trainers available for brainstorming and refining plans.
    5. Workbooks
    6. The coolest, most creative space for learning, practicing, and applying skills
    7. Parking
    8. Lunch both days
    9. Group rate at hotel (limited time)
    10. Shuttle to and from boot camp from hotel


    GuideWell Innovation Center – Medical City, Lake Nona, FL
    6555 Sanger Rd, Orlando, FL 32827

  • 15 Nov 2018 6:30 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    UCF Performance Solutions Organizational Development Series:

    Employee Time Optimization

    Thursday, November 15 | 6:30 p.m.

    Location: UCF Psychology Building, Room 301 Q

    4111 Pictor Ln, Orlando, FL 32816

    UCF Performance Solutions invites you and your colleagues to a unique experience regarding organizational development. You'll hear from esteemed faculty and our performance solutions team on the latest research and best practices for how you can optimize your employee’s time. Topics will include how absenteeism, time banditry, and recovery affect your organization, and what you can do to help.

    RSVP Here!

    This free event will include numerous speakers and hands-on activities. Light refreshments will be provided!

    You will also have an opportunity to meet our UCF graduate students who can help you incorporate these best practices into your organization.

    UCF Performance Solutions is an initiative of the UCF Industrial and Organizational Psychology Program, which provides applied I/O research-based consulting services to the greater Orlando area.

    For more information on UCF Performance Solutions, click here.

    P.S. We Do It Better

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